Keystone Law has had another successful year in the Chambers and Partners Guide 2024, with many of its lawyers being recognised as experts in their respective fields in multiple practice areas.
This guide is a directory that identifies and ranks the most exceptional professionals in over 180 jurisdictions throughout the world.
For the current edition, you can find a complete list of Keystone’s ranked and recognised practitioners below:
Samantha Leigh is well-known for advising landlords, investors, and charities on a range of agricultural matters.
Lisette Aguilar brings significant art industry experience to transactional and contentious art and cultural property matters. She regularly advises on high-value art disputes for traditional and upcoming auction houses and collectors, particularly on art fraud. A client said, “Lisette has a great view into the art market and has a great legal mind.” Another added, “Lisette provides us with valuable and well-rounded advice based on her many years of experience in the art world. We would recommend her without hesitation.”
Gregor Kleinknecht regularly handles complex art-related disputes, particularly on restitution matters. He is very active as one of the PAIAM organisers and a big figure in the art world. A client commented, “He is very involved and switched on to the art market.”
James Healy-Pratt is a ‘Senior Statesperson’ with extensive experience acting on behalf of bereaved claimants following international and domestic aircraft accidents. A client said, “He’s a tremendous lawyer.”
Owen Hanna has particular strength handling claims stemming from aircraft accidents. He frequently acts for both passengers and their families. One source commented, “Owen always went the extra mile to make sure my case was handled professionally and with integrity. Superb.”
Banking & Finance: Islamic Finance
Fara Mohammad brings a wealth of experience when advising on Islamic finance transactions. She is particularly regarded for her expertise in Shari’a-compliant products.
Robert Meakin has a focus on assisting religious charities and faith-based organisations. In addition to governance and structural matters, he advises on contentious issues involving the Charity Commission. One client said, “Robert is understanding, compassionate, always responds straight away, and is very knowledgeable in his field of charity law.” Another source said, “Robert is my go-to for any matters on charitable law; he is invaluable because he knows his area of expertise and knows who or where to go if a situation falls outside of his remit.”
Clinical Negligence: Mainly Defendant
Tracy Sell-Peters advises on a range of clinical negligence matters, including neurological, spinal, and ophthalmological claims. One source said, “Tracy is a true all-rounder – she’s responsive, commercially aware, and delivers results.” A client added, “She’s straight to the point and able to be very factual. She gives me all the options I need.”
Louise Garcia routinely advises contractors, developers, and engineering companies on both contentious and non-contentious aspects of construction projects. She can assist with projects of all sizes and has a particular strength in matters concerning transport and infrastructure.
Martin Howe regularly advises an array of clients, including local authorities, universities, and contractors, on contractual and procurement aspects of commercial and residential developments. A source said, “Martin Howe ensures that the client’s interests are protected while recognising the commercial realities.”
Jon Close is a prominent construction lawyer who frequently handles both contentious and non-contentious matters for a range of clients, with a particular focus on those in the energy and utilities sectors. He is particularly adept at advising on contract review, professional appointments, and disputes relating to termination and extension of time claims. His clients have said, “One of Jon Close’s major strengths is his commerciality. Having a construction lawyer who is very commercially aware and who is knowledgeable in the technical aspects of the industry really adds weight to the advice being provided.“
Julie Morrissy frequently advises on both contentious and non-contentious matters, including procurement exercises and challenges. She also assists with the negotiation of building contracts and acts for an array of clients, ranging from leading universities to major developers. She is described by one source as “thorough, pragmatic, and knows which bits to focus on and which bits not to be troubled by. She’s pretty unflappable.”
Corporate/M&A: Mid-Market and Private Equity
Edward Dawes is an expert in commercial and corporate transactions, helping his clients with acquisitions, takeovers, and flotations.
Court of Protection: Health and Welfare
Zena Bolwig specializes in Court of Protection cases and supporting clients who lack capacity. She has vast experience in handling deprivation of liberty cases. Clients describe her as “really great and knowledgeable in Court of Protection proceedings.” One source said: “Zena is amazing.”
Gerard Cukier is renowned for his expertise in handling complex defamation and privacy issues on behalf of media industry companies and high-profile individuals. A client said: “He has a good contact list and good feel for litigation in this area.” Another source commented: “Gerard has a lot of high-profile clients and handles them extremely well. He is a very experienced solicitor generally and in media particularly.”
Nicholas Jew specializes in litigation-focused employment practice, helping clients with tribunal and High Court claims. He is notable for his work on disputes involving executive-level employees, including terminations, discrimination claims, and injunction proceedings. One client said: “Nick is excellent on all levels and so dedicated. He is a very safe pair of hands and thinks about the bigger picture throughout.” Another source commented: “Nicholas Jew is a spectacular employment lawyer. He is so balanced, trustworthy and calm under pressure.”
Keely Rushmore is an expert in TUPE-related matters, managing redundancy considerations and related issues. She has experience in claims alleging discrimination, unfair dismissal, and harassment. One source commented: “She was very knowledgeable and approachable. She was patient and kind, whilst remaining professional. She was readily available and supportive, and always responded quickly to every concern.” Another client added: “She is able to support us with the most complex of cases, and I have complete trust in her advice.”
Nicholas Robertson helps major employers with tribunal and High Court proceedings. He specializes in handling whistleblowing, discrimination and harassment claims. A client commented: “Nicholas’s strong reputation is matched by his ability.” A source added: “He has a highly regarded reputation with a depth of practice.“
Rob Eldridge advises on disputes before the Employment Tribunal and High Court, as well as HR policy and advisory matters. One client said: “Rob is responsive, clear in his communication and commercial in his advice and application of the law. He exceeds in all areas of client service.” A source added: “I really cannot praise Rob highly enough. He is utterly superb and I would recommend him to anyone.” A client also said: “Rob is an excellent support on legal employment matters and can quickly establish the issue to get to clear options for resolution.”
Employment: Senior Executive
Alexandra Carn is an expert in the financial services sector, handling employment issues such as terminations and TUPE. A client commented: “Alexandra is always available and adaptable, as well as very commercial and understanding of commercial considerations.” A source said: “She is diligent, determined and committed. You want Alexandra on your side.” Another source added: “Alexandra has really excellent knowledge of the law. She is responsive and very commercial as well as being solution-focused and empathetic.”
Paul Daniels represents executives in complex employment disputes, including whistleblowing, dismissals, and discrimination. He has significant experience acting for senior figures in the sport and financial services sectors. A client said: “Paul is a brilliant claimant lawyer and a great choice.” Another source added: “He is a top practitioner.”
Alistair French is an expert in advising senior executives on complex exit agreements. He has extensive knowledge of employment matters in the financial services sector. A source said, “I find Alistair to be reliable, extremely focused and knowledgeable. I enjoy my interactions with Alistair, and I find that he has a keen desire to support my interests.” A client also commented: “Alistair is a rock during difficult periods. He provides calm, thoughtful advice, steering me through the legal due process and providing reassurance throughout.”
Clive Howard is a seasoned attorney who specializes in representing high-level employees in critical and contentious employment matters. His extensive knowledge in complex issues such as unfair dismissal, whistleblowing, and discrimination claims has earned him a reputation as a reliable and effective legal advisor. According to a reliable source, “Clive is an experienced lawyer who provides pragmatic advice while fighting for his clients. He is adept at advocating for the best settlement while also managing expectations.” Another source added, “He has a keen sense of how litigation will unfold and can identify the strengths and weaknesses of each case.” One of Clive’s clients said, “Clive’s expertise, sound judgment, commerciality, and knowledge make him a trustworthy and essential advisor.” Meanwhile, another source highlighted Clive’s ability to manage legal and reputational risks in the context of a commercial relationship, stating, “Clive’s legal analysis and advice are spot-on in managing legal risks and mitigating reputational risks.“
Emma Clark provides counsel to high-profile executives on a wide range of issues, including senior exit agreements and discrimination claims. One of her clients praised her, saying, “I have complete trust in Emma’s advice and expertise. She is highly personable and demonstrates great empathy towards me as a client.” Another client appreciated her ability to grasp the big picture while also paying attention to important details. According to a source, “Emma’s level of client engagement, service level, and commercial acumen are all outstanding. Her advice is consistently clear, well-structured, and takes personal aspects into consideration.“
Jane Wheeler provides invaluable counsel to senior-level employees across a diverse spectrum of industries. She possesses a wealth of expertise in the areas of restrictive covenants, tribunal claims, and dismissals, and is well-regarded for her sound judgment and practical advice. As said by one of her clients, “I receive excellent advice from Jane every time. I appreciate her pragmatism, expertise and kindness.” A source added: “Jane is excellent – she is very sensible and good value for clients.”
Julie Morris handles a diverse range of cases, including those related to whistleblowing, discrimination, and unfair dismissal. One source praised her, stating, “She has a steely determination and excellent attention to detail.” A client also commended Julie, noting, “Julie offers a highly responsive and attentive service. She demonstrated highly commercial and strategic skills and expertise, alongside strong emotional intelligence.“
Sarah Thompson boasts extensive expertise in financial remedies, frequently handling intricate situations involving shared business assets and inherited wealth. According to one source, “Sarah is a fantastic matrimonial lawyer. She has vast experience; she is highly knowledgeable and she delivers.” A client also provided feedback, noting, “Sarah was supportive and demonstrated a wealth of experience and professionalism.“
Family: Children’s Law
Claire O’Flinn, a qualified mediator with extensive experience as a family lawyer, represents clients in complex Children Act proceedings, including cases involving criminal allegations and coercive control.
One of her client says: “Claire is a super person to deal with – she is always on the ball and is absolutely excellent with clients, in whom she instils the greatest confidence. She is prepared to come out fighting where this is in the client’s interests.” A source added: “She is an extremely able and experienced solicitor whose judgement is extremely good and who always puts her clients at ease.”
Family: Matrimonial Finance
Richard Collins serves affluent clients in various family law cases, with a notable focus on his proficiency in international matters due to his fluency in French and German. A client commended him, stating, “He is a brilliant negotiator. He has extremely good judgment and he’s very practical.” Additionally, a source had high praises for Collins, saying that “Collins is a very conscientious practitioner who fights hard for his clients.“
Richard Williams is recognized for his proficiency in handling contentious gaming issues and providing guidance on operating licenses. He serves a clientele comprising start-ups, casinos, and software developers. A client lauded him, expressing, “Richard is someone you can always rely on, and you know he’s always going to give you the right advice.” A source also praised his work ethic, stating, “Richard is generous with his time and a pleasure to work with.“
Health & Safety
Sarah Taylor is well-known for her proficiency in offering counsel to clients within the retail sector, demonstrating a particular skill in managing food safety concerns. She consistently deals with matters that arise after serious accidents, including HSE investigations and prosecutions. As one of her clients noted, “Sarah is a leading health and safety lawyer with exceptional knowledge of the law.” Moreover, a source attested, “She can manage a team extremely well on a case and stays calm and unflappable under pressure.“
Insurance: Contentious Claims & Reinsurance
James Crabtree primarily represents reinsurers in claims and coverage disputes. He also provides advice on issues related to reinsurance contracts. One of his clients said, “James Crabtree is a pleasure to work with..” Another source commented, “He is diligent, knowledgeable and a specialist in insurance and reinsurance.” They added, “James provides good service.“
Insurance: Mainly Policyholders
Jane Harte-Lovelace advises policyholders on insurance disputes and policy review, with a focus on construction and property claims.. One client commented, “We rely enormously on Jane’s patience and skill. She is always contactable and immediately responsive. She provides a clear understanding of the situation.” Another source said, “Jane provides a superb service and combines it with commercial strength to advise us properly and to set expectations.”
Will Sander enjoys a strong reputation for his dual role as a solicitor and a chartered trade mark and design attorney. His expertise spans licensing and various IP disputes, encompassing trade mark, designs, and copyright infringement litigation. According to a source, “Will Sander is a technically excellent trade marks adviser who is keen to understand our business. Will has successfully assisted us with trade mark oppositions and strategic trade mark applications. Will is prompt in his communications and always keen to better understand our needs and priorities.”
Jessica Bent provides counsel to prominent brands and emerging innovators on both contentious and commercial copyright and trade mark issues from Keystone Law’s Bristol office. She has cultivated a substantial client base within the publishing industry. As attested by a source, “Jessica has a very thoughtful approach to contracts. She is very good at explaining concepts, contextualized in a more commercial manner. She is very pragmatic and understands what matters.” Another source also noted, “Jessica is very good, fast in responses and has a pragmatic approach to matters.” Additionally, a client praised her, saying, “She is a great sounding board and really understands the sector.”
Rebecca Halford-Harrison maintains a comprehensive IP practice that covers patent, trade mark, and copyright disputes, with a notable focus on litigation within the chemicals and electronics technologies. According to a client, “Rebecca Halford-Harrison is commercially minded, decisive, and helpful.” A source further endorsed her, saying, “Rebecca is amazing. She has been very supportive towards us while giving us the best possible advice.“
Simon Chalkey is a recognized authority in brand management and licensing, boasting a diverse and extensive clientele, with a particular emphasis on fashion and consumer goods manufacturers. His portfolio often involves international aspects. As one client emphasized, “Simon Chalkley is a sensible and experienced practitioner.”
Investment Funds: Private Equity: Venture Capital
Winston Penhall is acknowledged for his expertise in assisting asset managers with venture capital fund structuring. One client commended his services, stating, “Winston is one of our most trustworthy and valuable legal consultants. We have been very happy with the services he has been offering to us, his extensive knowledge on contractual and regulatory matters, and his level of commercial awareness.” Another source also added, “Winston is not only a pleasure to work with, but a very quick study and thoroughly seamless in working with clients.”
Andrew Wong frequently advises clients in the entertainment and hospitality sectors, particularly in license applications and regulatory compliance. A source praised him, noting, “Andrew is always on the ball, very responsive, and always available,” and adding, “Andrew has excellent judgment and he approaches cases with an entrepreneurial mindset that maximizes commerciality on the application.“
Craig Bayliss is widely respected for his role in advising on license applications and variations, primarily within the hospitality and entertainment sectors. A source highlighted, “Craig is very good with his preparation and is incredibly good with clients. He’s a very safe pair of hands.“
Gareth Hughes represents a range of prominent clients in London, including hotels, bars, and clubs, utilizing his extensive licensing expertise and experience in planning law to address complex licensing issues.
Marcus Lavell, a specialized barrister in licensing and regulation, represents leading bars and nightclubs in London and across the country, particularly in obtaining grants against stress area and cumulative impact zone policies. A source emphasized, “Marcus keeps in contact with us and he goes above and beyond to get the best possible outcome. He is always available and responsive,” and continued, “[he] is very organized and has a detailed understanding of how licensing works.“
Niall McCann serves high-end clients in the hospitality and entertainment sectors, offering frequent guidance on licensing applications. A client praised him, stating, “Niall provides excellent service and communication. He is an expert in his field.” Another source added, “Niall has been in the industry for many years and knows what makes a hospitality business tick. His legal advice inevitably addresses whatever the legal issue is, but it will be accompanied by a commercial assessment or commentary to put that advice into context.“
Sarah Taylor specializes in advising clients, primarily in relation to contentious issues related to new license applications, as well as license variations and suspensions. A client commended her, saying, “Sarah is extremely knowledgeable and strategically aware.“
Life Sciences: Transactional
Vicky Clark offers guidance on research, licensing, and collaboration agreements, catering to various innovative companies. According to a client, “Vicky Clark is very experienced, responsive, and detailed where necessary.“
Nick Weaser is a sought-after advisor for artists, producers, and managers, addressing a wide range of issues such as commercial contracts, recording and publishing agreements, and live performances.
Mental Health: Patients
Zena Bolwig is a seasoned practitioner with a specialization in Court of Protection cases and assisting clients who lack capacity. Her specific experience lies in managing deprivation of liberty cases. According to a source, “She is amazing. She has always been passionate and committed and gets the job done. Zena is a brilliant lawyer.”
Offshore: Corporate Finance
Sally Cranshaw is highly regarded for her advisory work with financial institutions, investment managers, and corporate entities in the realm of real estate finance. As one client emphasized, “Sally is very responsive and provides a very high level of service.” Another client added, “Sally provides a professional and timely service with guidance that allows us to complete transactions in a timely manner.“
Geoff Kermeen maintains a comprehensive practice spanning both corporate and finance aspects, serving clients that include financial institutions and private equity funds. A client praised him, stating, “Geoff offers very good technical advice, and we’re reassured in working with him because he’s across the subject matter.”
Offshore: Dispute Resolution
Gillian Christian is recognized for her extensive practice in dispute resolution, covering a range of matters, including professional negligence, insolvency, and contentious trust issues. As one source aptly put it, “The only Isle of Man lawyer I think of when there’s any complex issues I need assistance with. She’s a very, very impressive courtroom performer: she’s excellent with clients, extremely well-prepared, and technically brilliant.” Another source echoed the sentiment, saying, “Gillian’s knowledge, attention to detail, and genuine care for her clients make her a force of nature – I highly recommend her to everyone.”
Gillian Christian is renowned for her expertise in employment disputes. As one source pointed out, “Gillian is very open and transparent. She is very astute, approachable, and it is clear she cares about her clients and providing an exemplary service.” Another source added, “It’s clear that Gillian has her clients’ interests at heart.”
Rachel Berry is gaining recognition in the employment and pensions arena. She offers a wide spectrum of advice, from day-to-day employment matters to handling employment disputes. According to a source, “Rachel has good depth and breadth of knowledge and advises well from a pragmatic and commercial point of view, which is very valuable.“
Peter Garry possesses extensive experience advising clients in the legal and financial services sectors on intricate partnership negotiations and disputes. According to one source, “Peter listens, quickly grasps the issues and provides very sound advice.“
Monica Ma maintains a broad practice in pensions, often assisting clients with deficit issues and benefit changes. As one client noted, “The trustees have the utmost respect and confidence in Monica’s abilities and professionalism.” Another added, “Monica delivers a first-class professional service.“
Tracy Sell-Peters represents both regulators and professionals, with a particular emphasis on healthcare matters. A client praised her, saying, “Tracy is a fantastic lawyer.” A source added, “She is a force of nature and is enormously hard-working with fantastic judgment. She’s built up an interesting expertise in the plastic surgery field.“
Professional Negligence: Mainly Claimant
Jonathan Watmough acts on behalf of clients in claims against various professionals, including insurance brokers, solicitors, and accountants. A client commented, “Jonathan is highly intelligent, experienced, and focused. He has a thorough knowledge of his specialty and is able to apply that in his client’s best interest. He is always fully in command of the details of the pertinent issues.” One source stated, “Jonathan Watmough is the best of all the solicitors I’ve come across.“
Real Estate Litigation
Andrew Tugwell is noted for his skills as a litigator and arbitrator, representing clients, including real estate agencies, hotels, and investors, in a range of property disputes, particularly those related to surveying or valuation. According to one source, “Andrew leaves no stone unturned in trying to get the best results for a client; he is tireless in his endeavor to win a case and get the best settlement. He thinks outside the box and considers all angles.” A client added, “He is very thorough and knowledgeable.”
Restructuring/Insolvency: Personal Insolvency
Edward Judge advises on mandates across the personal insolvency space, often acting for trustees in bankruptcy proceedings. He is also well-placed to advise on contentious matters, including those with offshore and cross-border aspects. A source commented, “He is always commercial and on point,” and “he really stays on top of his insolvency law. He’s absolutely an insolvency specialist.“
Fei Mao is highlighted for her expertise in litigation and arbitration, particularly in areas such as charter parties, bills of lading, international sales of goods, and shipbuilding contracts and disputes. One client commented, “Fei is a very quick and responsive lawyer.“
Anastasia Papadopoulou specializes in ship finance and frequently advises ship owners and financial institutions on debt finance restructurings and lease finance transactions. A client praised her, saying, “Anastasia is very good on loan structures,” and “she is a sensible lawyer.”
Sport: Horse Racing & Equestrian
Rachel Flynn‘s comprehensive equestrian law practice at Keystone Law encompasses advisory work on contentious matters, including veterinary negligence and contractual disputes, along with addressing commercial and regulatory issues. Clients have lauded her, stating, “Rachel provides consistently valuable and up-to-date support and advice that is relevant to the industry.” They further highlighted, “Her depth of knowledge in the field is outstanding.“
Keystone Law collaborates with artists, dealers, collectors, and institutions on both contentious and non-contentious issues. The firm’s mandates encompass a wide spectrum, from the purchase and sale of art to ownership and restitution matters.
As per a source, “Keystone has a very experienced and knowledgeable team. I feel very confident in their understanding of the complexities of the art industry.” A client added, “They are extremely experienced in both the art world and the museum world.”
Notable practitioners: Lisette Aguilar
Keystone Law houses a capable team of lawyers who provide guidance on both contentious and non-contentious matters. They assist contractors, developers, and various clients involved in construction projects across sectors such as hospitality, education, and energy. The department is well-versed in managing contractual negotiations and representing clients in adjudications and other dispute resolution proceedings.
One source acknowledged that the team is “very responsive to requests and provides clear timescales for dealing with matters.” Another source praised, “Keystone Law offers good, solid and proactive advice.” A client commended, “They are very commercially aware and seem to have experience in anything they are asked to be involved with.”
Notable practitioners: Louise Garcia, Martin Howe and Jon Close
Employment: Senior Executive
Keystone Law houses numerous leading experts in employment law, providing guidance to senior employees on a wide range of matters they encounter during their careers. The firm’s board-level clients frequently seek advice on contentious discrimination and whistle-blowing claims, as well as senior exits. Keystone’s solicitors have significant expertise in employment courts, from the Employment Tribunal to the High Court.
One source expressed, “The lawyers at Keystone offer exceptional commercial awareness coupled with employment law knowledge, which allows us to reach successful conclusions.” Another noted, “The solicitors at Keystone are able to quickly assess risks from the outset and advise on a practical course of action to mitigate exposure.” A client emphasized, “Not only are Keystone always available, but they always feel very relatable. Most importantly, I always know and understand what the options are very clearly.”
Notable practitioners: Clive Howard, Paul Daniels, Alistair French, Jane Wheeler, Alexandra Carn, Emma Clark, Julie Morris
Keystone Law provides guidance to domestic and international clients on various gaming issues, including those related to online gambling apps and NFTs. The team is highly respected for its expertise in the field of licensing.
One source observed, “Keystone has always been eager to investigate the smallest of details, demonstrating considerable intellectual curiosity and professional rigor.” Another source added, “They are always fast and accurate in their replies.”
Notable practitioner: Richard Williams
Keystone Law is renowned for its partner-level expertise in intellectual property (IP) matters. The firm represents clients in complex disputes involving IP rights and offers advice on commercial transactions with a focus on IP. A client of the team remarked, “Keystone Law has a great team, and we always feel like they are acting in the best interest of our company.” A source highlighted, “The lawyers I worked with at Keystone Law were very knowledgeable and helpful. The advice we got was very helpful and practical.”
Notable practitioners: Rebecca Halford-Harrison, Simon Chalkley
Keystone Law serves a diverse clientele drawn from the hospitality, sport, and entertainment industries, offering its extensive expertise across various licensing matters, which includes handling premises and operating licenses in cumulative impact zones. The firm also provides advisory services on enforcement and compliance matters. A client emphasized, “Keystone always gives excellent advice. The team is organised and strategic.” One source highlighted, “They are very proactive. There are lots of rules in licensing, and the team at Keystone is very pragmatic and will find the solution that best fits the operator.” Another client expressed their high regard, stating, “They are absolutely brilliant and know the area very well.” Furthermore, another source commended the team’s attributes, noting, “The team is very responsive, with excellent communication, and very commercially minded.“
Notable practitioners: Andrew Wong, Craig Baylish, Gareth Hughes, Marcus Lavell, Niall McCann, Sarah Taylor
The firm’s prowess in financing is widely recognized, and Keystone’s legal professionals consistently provide support to leading UK banks and financial institutions, offering their expertise both from the borrower’s and lender’s perspectives.
One source affirmed, “I have always found Keystone to be responsive and good value.” Another satisfied client commented, “An excellent team who all work well together and deliver on time.” Additionally, another source noted, “Keystone Law excels at simplifying complexity, delivering clear and concise advice. I have always found a subject matter expert within the team. Their breadth of skills and experience is excellent.“
Notable practitioners: Sally Cranshaw, Geoff Kermeen
Keystone Law has a broad range of expertise across its marine and shipping teams, handling both contentious and non-contentious mandates. The firm is experienced in dealing with insurance disputes, collisions and salvage claims, product liability, ship finance, refinance and restructuring, debt finance, lease finance, equity finance, and joint venture and shareholder agreements.
According to one source, “Keystone’s understanding of matters is very good and the firm provides solid, strong legal opinions.” A client also mentioned, “The team provide very swift responses.” Another source added, “Keystone provide very detailed reviews and amendments of contracts.”
Notable practitioner: Fei Mao, Anastasia Michele Papadopoulou
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