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The ‘superb’ four-partner team at Addleshaw Goddard handles complex commercial disputes for local, national and international clients, and stands out for its ‘business acumen’, its ‘willingness to be flexible’ and for its ‘ability to think around the solution tactically’. Recent high-profile competition matters include representing the RHA, as co-counsel, in collective proceedings to be brought before the Competition Appeal Tribunal (CAT) on behalf of businesses affected by the EU Truck Cartel; representing two of the former directors of Burnden Holdings (UK) (in Liquidation) in a claim brought by BHUKL and its liquidator alleging various dishonest breaches of fiduciary duty; and representing Co-operative Insurance in its claim against IBM relating to the wrongful purported termination of the contract under which it was to implement a new IT operating platform. ‘Exceptional’ team head Mark Molyneux is ‘calm and considered’ and is ‘an excellent communicator’. Susan Garrett is ‘excellent on complex commercial disputes’ and is representing a number of clients in regulatory issues involving medicines, electronic cigarettes and related products and engagement with the Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency and the Department of Health. Other key figures include 'outstanding' legal director Clare Dwyer, who is ‘responsive, commercial and pragmatic’; and managing associates Nicholas Ashcroft, who has a particular focus on disputes in the industrial sector and Sub-Saharan Africa, Paul Rowley, who regularly advises clients operating in the public sector, and Victoria Pool, who is ‘brilliant’. Samantha Haigh and Alexandra Seabridge are also recommended, as are legal director Helen Collinge, who acts for lender clients, and Harold Brako, who specialises in banking and finance litigation. John Gosling recently retired.

The ‘first-rate’ team at DLA Piper UK LLP represents a range of private equity and corporate clients on major transactional disputes and is praised for its cross-border capabilities. The team has a focus on disputes in the outsourcing and technology sectors, as well as the energy, retail, transport, infrastructure and manufacturing sectors. The team represented Maven Capital Partners UK on fraud, conspiracy, breach of warranty, breach of covenant and misrepresentation claims brought against two individuals and an international law firm following investment in a group of companies. Scottish Power, Klöckner Pentaplast Group, Matalan and Tata Steel are also clients. Key figures of the ‘impressive team’ include joint UK head of the firm’s international corporate litigation group Andrew Smith; Jonathan Eatough, who regularly handles corporate and commercial disputes with a particular focus on M&A claims, infrastructure, PFI and other PPP matters; legal director Nicola Higgins, who handles corporate litigation and has particular experience in shareholder disputes, are key members; and department head Stewart Plant, who enjoys a ‘great reputation’. Senior associates Philip Williams , Leontia McArdle and Krystle Robinson are also recommended, as is associate Benjamin Fellows . Alison Fagan joined in January 2017 from Addleshaw Goddard, while David Gray recently retired.

The team at DWF has an extensive track record representing national, international and regional clients in contractual and company disputes, in addition to handling professional negligence, Judicial Review, competition, directors' disqualification, insolvency and contentious probate disputes, as well as arbitrations and injunctions. Food and drink, retail, telecommunications, utilities, energy, education and the public sector are all key areas of focus for the ‘hardworking’ team, which represented WM Morrison Supermarkets in a high-profile claim brought by employees and former employees whose confidential data was put into the public domain in 2014. The Insolvency Service, Lancashire County Council, Safeway and Manchester United Football Club are also clients. The 'fantastic' Joel Heap heads the disputes practice nationally, while the 'very responsive and pragmatic' Steve Morris  - who is noted for his ‘business-like approach to litigation’ - heads the team in Manchester. Other key figures include consultant Andrew Harris, Lee Norman, who is noted for professional negligence cases, director Chris Gee, who handles contentious probate matters as well as contractual and commercial disputes, and Claire Graham, who regularly handles insolvency-related cases. Senior associates Zoryana Jurczyszyn and the ‘excellent’ Nicole Burton are also noted, as are recently promoted senior associates Daniel Williams and Benjamin Johnson. Director Asima Rana, who focuses on contentious IP matters, recently joined from TLT. Jon Hainey  joined TLT in May 2018.

Eversheds Sutherland (International) LLP is commended as ‘extremely responsive’ and delivers ‘pragmatic and commercial advice’ and acts for regional, national and international corporates on a range of disputes. The team is also noted for its experience in reputation management-related cases. Representing Manchester Airport on a £12m claim against Australian television network Ten Group PTY, under a guarantee arising out the termination of an advertising contract with Airport Advertising UK by Manchester Airport; advising five Store First companies in relation to public interest winding up proceedings brought by the Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy; and representing Weir Group on two related disputes, in the Jordanian courts, in connection with the termination of a longstanding relationship between Weir Minerals Europe and Weir Solutions FZE and its Jordanian agent; are key highlights. Royal Bank of Canada Trust Company (Jersey), Begbies Traynor Group and Air Liquide UK are also clients. The ‘impressive’ Michael Clavell-Bate and Matt Taylor, who is ‘very hands on and leads from the front’, lead the department. Principal associates Tom Whitfield and Phil Duignan, who is noted for procurement disputes, are recommended, as is senior associate Luisa Zukowski, who is experienced in international arbitration.

Commended for its ‘brilliant service’, Hill Dickinson LLP regularly handles complex and sensitive commercial disputes, with expertise spanning shareholder and partnership matters, breach of contract, competition, fraud, professional negligence, tax, defamation, procurement and product liability. Key work includes representing Oldham Metropolitan Borough Council and Tameside Metropolitan Borough Council in High Court proceedings relating to the disposal of the remains of the notorious Moors Murderer, Ian Brady. It is also representing Peel Holdings Group in a case against General Motors UK relating to a deed governing certain rights relating to drainage. The team also handles cross-border matters and is representing two former directors of Eco-Bat Technologies in litigation in the UK and in the US arising out of a cartel investigation by the European Commission. Department head Geraldine Ryan is ‘a true star’, Peter Southeran has a ‘wealth of experience’ and recently promoted partner Christopher Tyrrell  is ‘brilliant’. Iain Campbell is regularly instructed on breach of contract and professional negligence disputes, while solicitor and professional support lawyer Moya Clifford and Sharon Williamson, who specialises in banking litigation, are also recommended. Senior associates Alex Smith and Andrew Little, who was recently promoted, are key members of the team, as are associates Emma Lewis, Kelly Heath and Rachel Leigh, who recently joined the team from Fieldfisher.

The commercial litigation department at Brabners LLP ‘always responds to queries promptly’ and is best known for its experience in sports and recruitment sector cases, as well as partnership disputes. The team represented Mereside Motors in a multi-party dispute relating to the ownership of a supercar, and acted for Swimming Championships 2016 in a range of matters including a dispute relating to changes made to the structure and format of the Championships. Department head Jeff Lewis is a ‘steadfast and rational litigator’ and has ‘excellent people skills and very quickly puts clients at ease.’

DAC Beachcroft LLP's  ‘excellent’ department handles complex shareholder, contract, professional negligence, fraud and insolvency cases, acting for individual and business clients across the TMT, healthcare and insurance sectors. Highlights included representing the Right Honourable Charles Clarke in claims against Mirror Group Newspapers arising from the unlawful obtaining and misuse of private and confidential information, and representing DHL Management Services in relation to a series of anti-suit injunctions. Irlam Wharf Properties, Make Positive, RSA and Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust are also clients. Department head Jan Levinson handles IT and outsourcing disputes as well as property claims and corporate matters, often with a cross-border element. Harald Loeffler regularly advises on misrepresentation, unlawful interference with contract and other economic torts, and professional negligence cases, while Sydney Fulda has a ‘wealth of experience’ in complex commercial cases. Senior associates Vicki Bates, who handles disputes involving insolvency practitioners, Andrew Martin, who specialises in shareholder, sports and licensing disputes, and Joanne Dumphy, who handles IT, insurance and healthcare cases, are also key members of the team.

The ‘impressive’ team at JMW Solicitors LLP is ‘an excellent choice for commercial litigation’. It handles a broad range of commercial disputes with specialist expertise in construction, financial services, contentious probate, sport and e-commerce sector disputes. The team successfully acted for the claimants in a widely publicised High Court group litigation case against WM Morrison Supermarkets, arising from the leak of payroll information in 2014. Other key highlights included representing businessman Philip Barton in several interconnected cases emanating from a feud between two successful entrepreneurs, and representing Arena Plaza Jersey in a claim relating to an investment made into a $360m development in Hungary against a management company and fund resident in Jersey. Acorn Polymers and Addison Projects are also clients. Among the team, Mark Jones is ‘brave and commercial in his advice’, Michael Kennedy is ‘relentless with the opposition but also has very smooth client skills’, Nick McAleenan is ‘first-rate’ and Graham Small specialises in contractual disputes, commercial fraud, professional negligence claims. Alison Parry is also recommended, as are senior associates +Richard Glover and +Claire Brown. The ‘fantastic’ Marc Yaffe leads the team and is noted for his sports sector experience. Andrew Farrell joined Prosperity Law LLP in 2018.

Pinsent Masons LLP’s ‘truly brilliant’ team is active across commercial litigation, regulatory disputes, and contentious sports, media and entertainment matters, often with an international element. The team continues to defend Allied Irish Bank (AIB) in proceedings brought by an individual alleging that that the bank is not entitled to repayment of sums loaned and secured against properties, and is defending United Drug (UK) Holdings Ltd in a £4m claim for misrepresentation arising out of the purchase of a pharmaceutical events company. Other key mandates included representing the EFL in high-profile regulatory charges brought against Watford Football Club and one of its former directors. BP International, Balfour Beatty Regional Construction, Everton Football Club and Viridor Waste Management are also clients. The ‘calm, classy and knowledgeable’ Julian Diaz-Rainey is a ‘leader in his field’ and heads the team, which includes senior associates Andrew Mitchell (‘fiercely bright, very capable, and very hardworking’), Jo Seed, who has ‘star quality’, and Michael Hannon.

The ‘extremely professional’ team at Kuit Steinart Levy LLP ‘punches above its weight’, is praised for its ability to ‘mix hard-nosed litigation skills with genuine commercial nous’. It regularly handles complex professional negligence, finance, product liability and shareholder disputes. The team represented Stoke Properties 1 and Stoke Properties 2 in a £7.2m contractual dispute against WM Morrison Supermarkets and represented STAMA Developments (Salford) in a £10m dispute against a local authority concerning breach of contract in relation to a landmark residential development. London & Scottish Investments, Beech Holdings and are also clients. Andrew Weinberg specialises in commercial landlord and tenant actions, as well as professional negligence and product liability disputes; he leads the team, which includes Damian Bailey, who has ‘a close eye for detail’ and is ‘immensely practical’, and +David Jones, who ‘fights really hard for his clients’, is ‘never outmaneuvered tactically, and has unparalleled commercial insight’. Also recommended are consultant Wendi Bussin, who handles regulatory and business crime litigation, and associate Phillip Warburton.

Pannone Corporate LLP regularly handles corporate litigation and complex contractual disputes, with notable expertise in commercial fraud, civil competition claims, franchise litigation and partnership disputes. Highlights included representing Seatriever International Holdings in a dispute against its former global sales director for misuse of confidential information and breaches of restrictive covenants; representing Hornby Street in a trade mark and passing-off dispute; and defending a former director of Biopower (Hartlepool) in a series of claims., Conviviality, Cotton Traders, DB Cargo and DHL Express are also clients. The ‘excellent’ Paul Jonson heads the department, which includes David Brown, who is ‘approachable and always willing to resolve issues in a straight-forward and pragmatic way’, Nicola Marchant, who is noted for her experience in the healthcare sector, and ‘thorough’ associate partner Martin Pennington.

The ‘hardworking, well-informed and effective’ department at Squire Patton Boggs is active in disputes across the chemical, manufacturing, IT and financial services sectors, with a particular strength in fraud, product liability, professional negligence, data breach and cybersecurity issues. The team is acting for Manchester Building Society in a £55m professional negligence claim against Grant Thornton. SSP, GB Group, INEOS Group, Yorkshire Building Society and Assetz SME Capital are also clients. Department head Victoria Leigh has ‘excellent technical knowledge’ and is experienced in pensions and financial services disputes. Anthony Taylor heads the financial services litigation team and Lucci Dammone has ‘vast experience and a calm presence’. Senior associates Mike Caird and Peter Lees are also recommended.

Weightmans LLP’s commercial litigation practice handles a range of contentious cases involving IP, defamation, property damage, civil fraud and reputational issues, with the public and financial services sectors key areas of focus. It represented Business Energy Solutions and BES Commercial Electricity in a £10m High Court case involving reputation management issues and represented Cardoman 116 in a £2.4m breach of warranty dispute arising from a share sale purchase agreement. It also represented Joseph Gleave & Son in the latest challenge, in a series of claims, against the Ministry of Defence seeking to set aside its procurement processes. Thomas Cook Airlines, Abbey Life Assurance Company and Capita Property and Infrastructure are also clients. Among the team, Robert Jones handles commercial contract disputes, professional negligence, shareholder, trust and probate disputes and ADR and is 'capable of identifying, at an early stage, the most realistically achievable outcome'. Regional office head Richard Corran is ‘very able’. The ‘brilliant’ Carole Spiller is noted for her experience in professional negligence cases and has a 'good grasp of the detail and technical elements of the law but as the same time brings a focussed commercial approach to the issues at hand'.   Damian Carter is experienced in high-value corporate disputes. Associates Josh Conroy, who 'gets to grips with complex matters very quickly',  Danielle Best, Jessica Kraja, who joined from DWF in 2017, and Joanne Williams  are also key members of the team.

The ‘commercial and responsive’ team at BLM is commended for its ‘attention to detail’ and its ‘sensible, pragmatic and client-focused’ approach. Noted for its expertise in commercial insurance disputes, the team strengthened its practice with the recruitment of financial services expert Craig McAdam, the ‘fantastic’ Nick Gee, and Steve Kuncewicz, who handles IP, media and communications-related issues; they joined from Slater and Gordon in October 2017. On the commercial insurance side, Robert Steele, who co-heads the team with McAdam, advises on policy coverage, property damage, construction and engineering matters as well as product liability disputes. Catherine Mangham specialises in property damage liability and recovery and Nick Bond handles policy advice, property damage, subrogated recovery and professional indemnity matters. Senior associates Rebecca Young and Clare Durkin, whose ‘style is clear, timely and confident’, are also noted. Clients include Zurich, Allianz, Chubb, J Sainsbury, QBE, HSB and Spirit Pub Company.

Gateley Plc's team regularly handles healthcare sector disputes against NHS Trusts in addition to sports-sector matters and contentious trust and probate cases. United Kingdom Cheerleading Association is a key client for the team.  Department head Sarah Sabin handles corporate disputes as well as high-value contentious trusts and probate work; she is ably supported by Janine Allen, who is ‘excellent both strategically and in terms of handling clients’ and is experienced in healthcare sector disputes. Also recommended are ‘excellent’ legal director Nicola Richardson, and senior associates Nick Murrills, who focuses on sports-related cases, and James Seed.

Bolstered by its 2017 merger with Berg, Kennedys delivers ‘exceptional service' and is rated for its ability to 'assess the merits of a case and drive matters forward to a conclusion’. Solutions SK, Cruden Construction, Chartrange and C&M Floor & Wall Tiling are clients. Key figures include ‘smart and resilient’ consultant Anne Kershaw and Andrew Davidson, who jointly head the team; Reuben Berg, who is ‘super commercial and practical’; and ‘brilliant’ senior associate John Colvin, who has a focus on banking litigation and complex contractual disputes in the IT and manufacturing sectors. Alison Loveday and senior associate Ian Mendelsohn are also recommended.

The ‘impressive’ practice at Mills & Reeve LLP is noted for its experience in complex corporate disputes across the food, agribusiness, waste, manufacturing, sport and private wealth sectors, with expertise in reputation management, fraud and tax, trusts and probate matters. Recent work includes defending Phoenix Healthcare Distribution in a long-running £8m dispute against a pharmacy chain, and representing a football agent in a multi-million pound claim brought by a Premier League team alleging conspiracy and misrepresentation. Ripple Developments (UK) and AURES Technologies are also clients. Team head Richard Dawson-Gerrard is ‘very intelligent, client focused, and tactically astute; he takes a realistic line but fights the client’s corner’. Dawson-Gerrard is ably supported by Simon Pedley, who focuses on corporate and commercial disputes in addition to contentious trusts. Principal associates Rachael Somerset, who is experienced in defamation and reputation management issues, and Sandra Morrison, who is ‘very able and runs commercial cases excellently’ and runs the firm’s German desk, are also key members of the department.

Shoosmiths LLP  has a ‘very savvy and switched-on’ team that ‘punches well above its weight’ and counts product liability, shareholder, defamation, insurance, pensions and employment litigation as key areas of focus. The team defended Mattresstek Limited in a High Court employment case involving restrictive covenant and interim injunction issues and handles product liability work for the Hoover Candy Group. MD Insurance Services, Astra Zeneca UK and Derwent Estates are also clients. Department head and deputy office head Kath Livingston specialises in commercial litigation and has experience in defamation and reputation management issues. Senior associate Richard Marshall is ‘highly energetic, hands-on and practical, has a keen eye for detail and an ability to look at a case from all angles’.

The ‘responsive’ team at TLT regularly handles contentious cases across the retail, leisure, energy and utilities sectors, acting for clients such as Adrian Francis Associates,, Co-operative Group, Farmcare Trading, Homebase and Well Pharmacies. Emma Flower handles a range of commercial disputes, particularly in the retail sector, and has specialist export controls and sanctions experience; clients say she is ‘very tenacious, proactive and gives sound legal advice which is commercially focused’. Energy, leisure, and telecommunications sector disputes are key areas of focus for Julien Luke. Jon Hainey joined from DWF in May 2018.

The ‘strong’ team at Turner Parkinson LLP is commended for its ‘attention to detail’ and represents high-net worth individuals, large national and international companies, plc and investor clients in complex commercial disputes. The firm also has a growing property litigation capability. Recent highlights include advising on a high-value shareholder and partnership dispute. Litigation head Ian Fitzpatrick is ‘brilliant’ and Lisa Shacklock is also ‘highly regarded’. Emma Judge and Andrew Rimmer  handle construction-related disputes and senior associate Peter Barnard is active across commercial and real estate disputes.

The ‘impressive’ team at Browne Jacobson LLP is noted for its public and healthcare sector expertise, acting for clients such as NHS Commissioning Board and The Welsh Government. The team continued to represent Ted Baker and No Ordinary Designer Label in its claim against AXA Insurance UK and represented DPD in a dispute regarding the provision of handheld scanners at its warehouse hub. Elmdene Group, Walgreens Boots Alliance and Celthheath are also clients. Department head Nichola Evans leads on healthcare and public sector commercial litigation; she ‘approaches cases with considerable commercial pragmatism’. Associate Katie Scott is also a key member of the team.

Fieldfisher is active across corporate litigation, civil fraud, professional negligence and contractual disputes. The team acts for private individuals and large public companies spanning the retail, financial services, construction, insurance, technology, telecommunications and sports sectors. Clients include Betfred, CMS Payments Intelligence and Kellogg Company and fashion brands such as Karen Millen, Oasis, Warehouse and Coast. Managing partner Ian Austin heads the commercial litigation team, which includes the ‘fantastic’ James Lappin, Donall Caherty, and associate Daniel Sheehan, who joined in 2017 from DWF. Barry Sharples heads the debt recovery team.

The ‘first-rate’ team at Irwin Mitchell regularly represents commercial clients and financial institutions in high-value disputes and also has experience in matters across the education and sports sectors. Headline work includes representing the Co-operative Bank in proceedings against Deutsche Bank, Hayes Freehold (in liquidation), Sentrum and Sentrum Holdings concerning a facility of £25m provided to Hayes Freehold. The team is also acting for a large number of individuals in disputes against more than 70 defendant Cypriot banks, developers and law firms, regarding the mis-selling of foreign currency loans in respect of Cypriot property purchases by UK consumers. The ‘brilliant’ Duncan Hope heads the team, which includes associate Ailsa Anderson, who handles banking, finance and pension disputes.

The ‘professional’ team at Nexus Solicitors Limited is adept at handling an array of contentious matters; professional negligence, property litigation, financial disputes and contentious trusts work are key areas of expertise. The team has handled several claims against high street banks involving the freezing of accounts and also regularly advises a number of short-term lenders on the enforcement of secured lending rights and various finance provisions. The team also advised on a construction claim relating to work carried out at various premises of a high street fast-food chain ‘Outstanding’ team head Chris Pugh is ‘very easy to deal with’, ‘explains issues clearly’ and handles professional negligence, contractual and financial disputes for claimants and defendants. Property litigator Debbie Whiteley is also noted.

At Clarke Willmott LLP key areas of activity include shareholder and contractual disputes, defamation, injunctions, asset recovery and breach of confidential information cases and the team acts for owners, directors and shareholders of plc, medium and small businesses and financial institutions across the retail, banking, finance, sport, energy and technology sectors. Highlights included representing The National Union of Mineworkers in a claim against Organisation International Energie Mines relating to the alleged breach of an agreement to repay funds recovered by IEMO in a long running legal conflict.  Department head John Flint is ‘friendly, straight-forward and delivers an efficient service’.

The Manchester-based team at Farleys Solicitors LLP works closely with colleagues across its regional network of offices and is active across a range of commercial disputes including breach of contract claims, IP disputes, commercial landlord and tenant matters, professional negligence claims and shareholder disputes. Team head Daniel Draper regularly handles complex professional negligence claims and also leads the firm’s sports team.

Freeman Fisher LLP’s ‘very responsive’ team is praised for its ‘proactive approach to the tactics and strategy of a case’. It handles a range of matters including banking, commercial, contract, partnership and commercial fraud cases, as well as transactional disputes and professional negligence. Highlights included acting for Just Costs on a range of matters relating to its pre-pack administration. Team head Alex Megaw  is ‘very determined, with a can-do attitude; he knows how to achieve the right result for the client’. Associate  Louise Goodwin is a ‘hardworking litigator’.

The team at Stripes Solicitors is ‘always quick to respond and gives clear and actionable advice’ across a range of disputes including professional negligence, contractual, company and partnership, director, shareholder, insolvency, banking, property and construction cases. Debt recovery and employment disputes are also a key area of focus for the team.  ‘Brilliant’ managing director Andrew Stripe is commended for his ‘attention to detail’ and David Gallagher’s ‘knowledge of the law, calm guidance, experience and ability to distil complexities’ is commended. Joseph Chiffers is also a key member of the team.

The team at Trowers & Hamlins LLP works closely with its national network of offices and is noted for its experience across procurement challenges, contractual and corporate disputes and contentious insolvency matters and is noted for injunctions, shareholder disputes, warranty claims and partnership disputes. It acts for claimants and defendants such as; owner managed businesses, high-net-worth individuals, public bodies as well as accountancy and insolvency practitioners. The team is instructed by MyDentist on a range of contractual disputes, IT and IP disputes, injunctions, contentious insolvency-related matters and property litigation. Homes & Communities Agency, Rowlinsons, UK Container Maintenance and Equity Housing Group are also clients. Manchester team head Dan Butler  was recently promoted to partner.

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