Charles Flint QC is a leading mediator and arbitrator, particularly noted for his expertise in financial services. He is recognised as a leading mediator in Chambers UK 2021 and Legal 500 2021 and is included in the Legal 500 "Hall of Fame" in recognition of his role as a mediator. Charles mediates from Blackstone Chambers and IPOS. Charles mediates from Blackstone Chambers and from IPOS Mediation (email@example.com).
Over the last ten years, Charles Flint QC has established a strong reputation as a commercial and human rights mediator, as well as working on financial services, banking, employment, fine art, insurance, professional negligence, public procurement, and sports law disputes. He has mediated in the UK, Europe, Asia and Africa.
In May 2018 Charles mediated the settlement of the claims brought against the Secret Intelligence Service arising out of the rendition of Abel-Hakim Belhaj to Libya in 2004. In June 2019 he mediated the claims of Bank Mellat against HM Treasury. In December 2019 Charles co-mediated the settlement of the group litigation brought by 555 postmasters against the Post Office.
Charles is a director of the Dubai Financial Services Authority; a member of the Investigatory Powers Tribunal, which judges claims brought against the UK intelligence agencies; a member of the UEFA Adjudicatory Chamber which decides financial fair play cases; President of the National Anti-Doping Panel, which decides doping cases in UK sport; and Chairman of the International Tennis Federation tribunal.