2022 Legal 500 - Dispute Resolution - Rising Star - "Richard Holden is a very clever, technical lawyer. He has enormous experience and an in-depth knowledge of his craft. Richard is very eloquent and produces exceptional written advocacy. Richard is very collaborative in his approach, down-to-earth, accessible and easy to work with."
2022 Legal 500 - Dispute Resolution - Rising Star - "Richard Holden in particular is excellent. He is very collaborative, gives clear advice and is a strong advocate."
2021 Legal 500 - ‘I have worked with Richard Holden who has proved a valuable counsel. Richard is quick to understand and appreciate his customer’s position and concerns. He has the ability to communicate in a very clear manner the options in dealing with a situation, the possible risks of each one and provide a fair estimate as to how each option is likely to turn out. He has been impressive in providing a recommendation for a way forward and forming an overall strategy for a case.’
2021 Legal 500 - ‘Richard Holden managed... a multijurisdictional issue involving transactions spanning a decade very efficiently and on a tight budget.’
2021 Leaders' List Citywealth Top 100 Trust Litigators - "Highly accomplished, dedicated whilst being resolute and determined."
2020 Legal 500 - “A stand out practitioner [whose] knowledge, tactical acumen and finesse in dealing with matters, including difficult issues that arise during the course of proceedings distinguishes [him] from other practitioners”
2019 Legal 500 - “Very technically astute”
2018 Legal 500 - “An excellent advocate”
Arrested development: enforcement against a discretionary trust? (2021) JGLR 330: analysing the decision in Kea v Watson  JRC 009 and the availability of a beneficiary’s interest under a discretionary trust to enforcement by a creditor under Jersey law.
Pugachev versus Jersey’s reserved powers legislation (2018) 24 Trust & Trustees 341: analysing JSC Mezhdunarodny Bank v Pugachev  EWHC 2426 (Ch) and whether it could be followed as a matter of Jersey law.
Contributor to Christopher Hare, Documentary Credits: Law and Practice Lloyds Commercial Law Library (2017).
Arrested and charged: FG Hemisphere and the proprietary effect of an arrêt entre mains (2012) 16 J&GLR 209: analysing operation of arrêt entre mains as a charge on the third party debt arrested and conflict of law considerations arising from this.
Avoiding the Euro debt trap (2012) 162 NLJ 211 Euro collapses? Articles considering the position of euro debts and lex monetae should the euro be abolished.
Restitution, insolvency and interest  NZLJ 271: article regarding evolution of claim for money had and received and whether it is properly a “debt” for statutory purposes.