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Simon Colledge

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Dentons

Work Department

Commercial dispute resolution.

Position

Partner in commercial dispute resolution department acting for banks, businesses, individuals and insolvency practitioners in all divisions of the High Court. Focus on insolvency and recovery litigation including professional negligence.

Career

Trained: J&A Hastie SSC; qualified: 1990 (Scotland) 1992 (England); Partner; 2006. Joined Rosling King 1990; partner 1995; joined Orchard 1999 as partner; joined Maclay Murray & Spens LLP 2006 as partner.

Member

London Litigation Solicitors Association; Professional Negligence Lawyers Association, R3 and TMA.

Education

Fettes College; Edinburgh University; 1986 LLB (Hons); 1987 Legal Practice.

Leisure

Food and wine; music; reading; golf; running.


London: Dispute resolution

Commercial litigation

Within: Commercial litigation

Dentons' London team 'gives fast, reliable and clear advice on difficult questions that also have cross-border strategic implications'. It advises corporate clients on a range of litigation, including post-M&A issues, corporate control, joint ventures and shareholder matters. Liz Tout heads the litigation and dispute resolution practice in London and Daren Allen is head of the financial markets and commercial disputes team. Other key lawyers include Craig Neilson, Simon Colledge, Adrian Giles, Dan Bodle and Thomas Leyland, while Tara Boateng is an experienced senior associate.

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