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CASTLE COURT, 2 CASTLEGATE WAY, DUDLEY, DY1 4RH, ENGLAND
Tel:
Work 01384 216840
Fax:
Fax 01384 216841
DX:
12746 DUDLEY
Email:
Web:
www.hawkinshatton.co.uk

Harminder Sandhu

Tel:
Work 01384 216840
Email:
Hawkins Hatton Corporate Lawyers Limited

Work Department

Dispute resolution.

Position

Managing partner with Hawkins Hatton advising and conducting complex professional negligence claims against accountants, architects, insurance brokers and other professionals. Also advises on high-value commercial disputes and is a keen advocate of ADR having acted in a number of large multi-party mediations and arbitrations.

Career

Trained Lewington Partnership (now Mills & Reeve); qualified 1997; associate solicitor Pinsent Masons 1998-2003; associate solicitor Henmans 2003-05; senior lecturer University of Wolverhampton 2005-11; partner Hawkins Hatton 2008 to date.

Education

University of Wolverhampton (1993 LLB Hons First Class); Chester College of Law (1994 Postgraduate Diploma in Legal Practice); University of Wolverhampton (2007 Postgraduate Certificate in Teaching and Learning in Higher Education).

Leisure

Reading, badminton and travel.


West Midlands: Dispute resolution

Commercial litigation: Elsewhere in the West Midlands

Within: Commercial litigation: Elsewhere in the West Midlands

Hawkins Hatton Corporate Lawyers Limited has ‘created a strong reputation in a relatively short period of time’ and the team demonstrates ‘excellent service and comprehensive industry knowledge’ in a range of sectors, including manufacturing, pharmaceuticals, social care, farming and IT. Harminder Sandhu heads the practice and is an ‘experienced litigator who adopts a commercial approach to resolving disputes’; in 2016, her caseload included various professional negligence cases against solicitors, and also a substantial cross-border mandate.

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