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Asset Recovery Asia
Bangkok, Thailand

Tim Elliss
Partner at Enyo Law (UK)


Tim is a leading commercial disputes lawyer with experience acting in the most complex and consequential cases before the English courts, major arbitral institutions and local courts around the world. Tim regularly leads large multi-jurisdictional teams and is adept at managing the practical and PR issues that arise in the most challenging cases. Tim is recognised by Legal 500 as a ‘Next Generation Partner’ in both Commercial Litigation: Premium and International Arbitration. He is also recognised by Who’s Who Legal as a leading global fraud and asset recovery lawyer.

Tim is a hands-on litigator who emphasises issue selection and thorough analysis in his case preparation. Whilst his experience is broad and he is comfortable litigating cases in any industry, he has particular experience in the energy (both upstream and downstream) and financial services industries (where he acts for banks, advisors, brokers and investors). Recently, his practice has included an increasing number of ESG related instructions (including compliance work) and cryptocurrency matters.

Tim has been recognised in the legal directories as a “very good technical lawyer” who “frequently handles international disputes and international arbitration matters”. Tim has also been described as a “bright and seasoned litigator” who is a “pleasure to work with" and has “a fine sense of how a court will deal with things”. His cases are regularly complimented by Courts and Tribunals for the manner in which they have been prepared, with Enyo’s service recently described by an opponent as “Rolls-Royce”.

Agenda Sessions

  • Fake it till you make it – business as usual or fraudulent misrepresentation?