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Demetris Dionissiou

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Work 020 7408 8885
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DWFM Beckman

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Dispute resolution.

Position

Demetris has a wealth of litigation experience, having acted for a wide range of clients, including those involved in high-profile and publicised cases. He advises on all aspects of dispute resolution, property litigation and insolvency litigation. He regularly acts in winding-up petitions, voluntary arrangements and transaction avoidance cases. His clients include insolvency practitioners, chartered accountants, property companies and other professionals.

Career

Trained Clifford Harris & Co; qualified 2000; assistant solicitor Clifford Harris & Co 2000-2004, partner2004-2013; partner DWFM Beckman 2013 to date.

Languages

Bilingual English/Greek.

Education

LLB Hons (2007); College of Law, Guildford (2008 LPC).

Leisure

Judo, football.


London: Dispute resolution

Commercial litigation

Within: Commercial litigation

DWFM Beckman 'goes the extra mile for a successful conclusion'. The team’s expertise includes commercial contract and corporate disputes; insolvency and debt recovery; IP issues; property and trusts; and professional negligence. Other areas of strength include civil fraud, injunctions and asset tracing. Peter Bridson heads the team, Demetris Dionissiou is 'very tactically aware', Sharokh Koussari 'achieves the required results'; and Claire Lyon is 'approachable and helpful'. Other key contacts include Elizabeth Johnson, Naylah Hamour and Colin Jaque.

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