Barnaby Stueck's practice is concentrated on commercial litigation and arbitration, with particular emphasis on complex fraud, contentious insolvency, and investment fund disputes. The Legal 500 (2014) describes him as a "clever tactician" and "quick-thinking." Chambers (2014) describes him as having "a deep knowledge of the law."

His recent caseload has involved acting in a complex multijurisdictional dispute relating to a joint venture for the redevelopment of a Caribbean island; advising BVI liquidators of a substantial limited partnership in relation to its dissolution, restructuring, and related litigation; obtaining a $450m judgment for the liquidators of Weavering Capital (UK) Limited, the failed hedge fund manager, in their fraud proceedings against former directors and employees; advising the chapter 11 trustee of six Cayman Islands hedge funds relating to their bankruptcy; advising Cayman Islands liquidators of a hedge fund in relation to disputes relating to secret commissions and management/introducer fees; advising Metro Baltic Horizons Plc, the AIM-listed property investment company, in relation to multijurisdictional proceedings against its directors and investment manager; and acting for a shareholder of a highly successful software company in unfair prejudice proceedings. [1]