Commercial litigation: Thames Valley, Berks, Oxon, M4/M40 in South East

BDB Pitmans

The litigation team fielded by BDB Pitmans is well versed in handling a full range of disputes for both foreign and domestic clients, with noted expertise in IT disputes and cases concerning confidential information. Phil Smith leads the team and specialises in TMT disputes, representing some of the firm’s biggest clients in this space. Tim Clark is known for his work in commercial claims and claims for breach of contract, with particular emphasis on those arising out of the IT sector. Sophie Squire is a key name at associate level, possessing experience in court of appeal cases as well as in international arbitration in the LCIA. Jacob Gatley is another key contact.

Practice head(s):

Phil Smith

Other key lawyers:

Tim Clark; Alan Davies; Sophie Squire; Jacob Gatley


‘The team is led by the experienced and highly commercial Tim Clark who commands the respect and affection of clients and counsel alike. He offers excellent, practical strategic thinking which is closely focused on achieving the particular outcomes sought by clients.’

‘They are hard working and just so good. The team is responsive, good with clients, and a pleasure to work with.’

‘Phil Smith and Sophie Squire are both brilliant. Phil is a superb litigation strategist who sees cases through from start to finish. Sophie is on top of everything and a pleasure to work with.’

‘Pragmatic and supportive approach.’

‘Tim Clark has been really helpful and supportive. Answered questions for us and remained positive throughout.’

‘Tim Clark displays calmness under pressure, is balanced and well-informed, with sage advice (leading to avoidance of expensive litigation).’

Key clients

Karali Group

Xpediator plc

Novacyt Group


Rock Engineering Limited

Crowe UK LLP

CALA Group

Westcoast Ltd

Blake Morgan LLP

The commercial litigation practice at Blake Morgan LLP acts both domestically and cross-border for a client base that encompasses corporations, SMEs, financial institutions and public bodies, among others. The group’s deal flow includes construction, insolvency, breach of contract and property litigation matters. Chris Potts heads the department with over 25 years experience in the space, focusing his practice on fraud and insolvency issues, alongside shareholder and company disputes. Nicola Diggle - who now works as a consultant - is well-known for shareholder and contractual disputes, with particular expertise in the IT sector. The team was bolstered by the arrival of partner Thomas Middlehurst from Moore Barlow after Stephanie Walls  retired in July 2022.

Practice head(s):

Chris Potts

Other key lawyers:

Nicola Diggle; Katie James; Thomas Middlehurst; Cherrene Balasanthiran


‘Chris Potts is very committed to getting good outcomes for clients. Determined, strategic and commercial approach to deliver client goals.’

‘I would highly recommend Nicola Diggle. Very commercial advice that is useful to a client.’

‘The team are a pleasure to work with. Their real strength lies in bringing a personal approach to their cases where one is needed. They are excellent at getting to grips with the sector and the business in which their client operates as well; it is not just about giving legal advice, but sitting down with the client on their side of the table.’

‘Cherrene Balasanthiran is someone you want on your side. She is tenacious, hard-working, friendly, and really understands the psychology of litigation.’

‘This firm has a burgeoning reputation in this field, with some impressive practitioners. I have been particularly impressed by their practical and commercial approach to cases.’

‘Thomas Middlehurst. He brings a very experienced private client and litigation specialist, who has a great eye to detail and is commercially focused. He can marshal complex issues at speed, and cut straight through to achieving a practical road map to a realistic and commercially minded resolution of matters.’

‘Efficient and friendly team. They work hard, get results, and are a pleasure to deal with.’

Key clients

Miele Company Limited

Investec Asset Finance


NHS England

University of Reading

Grant Thornton

Hitachi Capital UK Plc

Metro Bank

Begbies Traynor

IW Group Services UK (Regus)


Harwood Wealth Management Group Plc

Vale of Aylesbury Housing Trust

Walkers Global

Work highlights

  • Acting for beneficiaries in a £5m trust dispute relating to a contested estate and ownership of 5 properties.
  • Acting for a client in connected breach of contract claims against a Caribbean bank (FCIB) seeking recovery of £3m.
  • Acted for a US engineering business (Voss) defending a £1.8m commercial agency claim – settled at mediation.

Clarkslegal LLP

Praised for its ‘focused and commercial approach to litigation’, Clarkslegal LLP is frequently instructed by high-end automotive clients on significant and high-profile cross-border disputes. The team is based in Reading and led by ‘great litigator’ Antony Morris. Christopher Tayton, hailed as ‘thoughtful, thorough and balanced’, sports a broad dispute resolution practice which emphasises commercial injunctions and fraud claims. Stephen James is a fellow key contact, notable for his work on contentious construction, employment and insolvency matters. The ‘excellent’ Emma Butcher maintains her strong practice across commercial and property disputes, alongside public procurement and product liability matters.

Practice head(s):

Antony Morris

Other key lawyers:

Christopher Tayton; Stephen James; Emma Butcher


‘The Clarkslegal litigation team is knowledgeable, approachable and prompt. They understand commercial clients needs and provide concise advice in a timely manner.’

‘Antony Morris is a measured lawyer who takes real ownership of the case. Collaborative and keen to make sure the right decisions are taken. Gets stuck into the detail but keeps a weather on the overall strategy.’

‘Emma Butcher was able to build a strong rapport with the client team and was diligent in her review of the evidence and tenacious in pursuing the gaps.’

‘The team at Clarkslegal has a focused and commercial approach to litigation. Important points are taken, others are avoided. The team is very competent all around as well as responsive. A very safe pair of hands.’

‘Emma Butcher is excellent. She provides sound, commercial advice and has got exceptional client management skills. Her drafting makes her stand out. Emma is very responsive and clearly cares to achieve a good outcome for her clients.’

‘Christopher Tayton is an experienced litigator. He’s a very safe pair of hands.’

‘Emma Butcher is an absolute star. Hard-working; great judgment calls; amazingly efficient. Great with clients.’

‘Antony Morris has the ability to solve novel problems; to find necessary expertise and to order complex legal issues to support logical decisions.’

Key clients

Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Limited

Boehringer Ingelheim

Lumen Technologies Inc

BMW (UK) Limited

JDM Technology Group

Willmott Dixon

Element Materials Technology Group

University of Reading

Crown Packaging Manufacturing UK Ltd

CAB Automotive Ltd

MVL Group

InstaGroup Limited


Work highlights

  • Acting for Rolls-Royce Motor Cars as the defendant in High Court proceedings brought by German software development company Topalsson.
  • Acted for Bop-Me Ltd in a procurement claim against the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care arising out of the award of a number of contracts for the supply of PPE during the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • Acting for one of 13 defendants in a High Court claim brought by Equity Real Estates and related companies for breach of contract, compensation for dishonest assistance/unlawful means conspiracy, and accounts of profits against various defendants against a background of serious fraud in the context of property development.

Osborne Clarke LLP

Osborne Clarke LLP remains a go-to firm for the full suite of commercial and corporate disputes, particularly those arising out of the technology and life sciences sectors, on behalf of an extensive client list that includes fast-growth private equity and venture-capital-backed businesses, alongside major international corporations. Esteemed Thames Valley practitioner Peter Sheppard heads up the department and focuses his practice on complex cross-border work, including litigation, arbitration and ADR. Dawn Troman is known for complex High Court claims as well as arbitral proceedings and has demonstrable expertise in technology-sector disputes. At associate level, Scott Butler is an important point of contact.

Practice head(s):

Peter Sheppard

Other key lawyers:

Dawn Troman; Jane Park-Weir; Scott Butler

Key clients




Falk & Ross

Reckitt Benckiser

Lonza Pharmaceuticals

Ortho Clinical Diagnostics

Crossmark Developments

Bullitt Mobile Limited


Tenzing Private Equity

Shaw Healthcare

FRP Advisory


TiVo / Xperi


Davies Group


WT Energy





Wireless Logic Limited

Work highlights

  • Represented the Falk & Ross Group, a leading pan-European distributor of activewear and promotional products, in its defence of an unfair prejudice petition under s994 Companies Act 2006 which was commenced in the English courts in June 2020 by a minority shareholder, Glenn Hyams.
  • Representing MedPharm, a global contract development and manufacturing organisation, as a non-party to US proceedings between Sorrento Therapeutics, Inc. and Scilex Pharmaceuticals Inc. v Anthony Mack and Virpax Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
  • Advising ASOS in respect of a suite of commercial contract claims predominantly in respect of supply chain issues.

Boyes Turner

Boyes Turner has a strong reputation in the Thames Valley, praised as a ‘professional and well-respected firm capable of handling high value and complex disputes’. The team handles the full suite of commercial disputes, frequently acting on behalf of both domestic and trans-national corporations. Experienced practitioner Rowan Turrall is noted for her robust practice which emphasises disputes arising out of the technology and construction sectors. Ally Tow is another key name for contentious trusts and probate work. August 2022 saw the departure of Stephen Baker to Herrington Carmichael LLP.

Practice head(s):

Rowan Turrall

Other key lawyers:

Ally Tow; Rachel Brown


‘Boyes Turner is a professional and well-respected firm capable of handling high value and complex disputes.’

‘I have found the team at Boyes Turner to be honest, hard working and thoroughly professional. In my opinion, Boyes Turner is a very good firm whose strong reputation rightly proceeds them.’

‘Having used different lawyers at different times and in different countries in the area of commercial litigation, our experience of Boyes Turner has been excellent. In particular we have found Rowan Turrall at Boyes Turner to not only be highly knowledgeable but also very thorough and sound in the advice and guidance she has given us and also in the high quality of her work.’

‘The high quality of their strength and capabilities in the area of commercial litigation has been apparent to us in the manner that they have represented our company and in their in-depth knowledge and the nature of the guidance given to us.’

‘Rowan Turrall looked after my case and kept me up to date on a regular basis and translated legal jargon and simplified the situation into layman’s terms to ensure I understood all options. Rowan is very professional and has an immense knowledge in the subject which gave me great confidence. I would recommend Rowan to anyone who requires this kind of legal advice.’

‘We have received excellent support from Boyes Turner in a commercial dispute with a supplier. Very knowledgeable and to-the-point advice with a great understanding of not only the legal and contractual issues but Boyes Turner was also able to help us navigate the commercial reality and support the tactical negotiation strategy.’

‘Rowan Turrall was the lead partner on our case and provided excellent and timely support. She was able to combine her outstanding legal knowledge with a great understanding of the commercial reality to provide the tailor-made support we needed to navigate through the dispute.’

Work highlights

Field Seymour Parkes LLP

Field Seymour Parkes LLP's dispute resolution and litigation team acts on high-value mandates from large corporate clients, particularly those from within the automative sector. Practice head Tom Maple continues to lead on much of the firm’s premium work in the space. Seasoned litigator Bill Dixon is notable for his robust track record in commercial litigation, and is praised as ‘an asset to the profession’.

Practice head(s):

Tom Maple

Other key lawyers:

Bill Dixon; James Palmer


‘What strikes me is the cooperative atmosphere amongst the team. For clients it gives a trustworthy impression when you know that team members work well together.’

‘Bill Dixon is an asset to the profession.’

‘The team is small but well organised in terms of being able to assist or cover for each other. Strong commercial skills and the abbility to keep an eye on costs at all times.’

‘Bill Dixon is a very experienced and intelligent litigator.’

‘The team works very hard for their clients and brings substantial experience and good legal and strategic judgement to assist clients with their legal issues. They have expertise across a number of practice areas, which assists significantly when multiple issues are raised in a case.’

‘Bill Dixon is a standout partner. Approachable, very bright and makes complex issues simpler to understand.’

‘In my experience, FSP gives clients access to top-class litigators with decades of experience. Bill Dixon and Tom Maple particularly stand out as experienced litigators who really provide sensible commercial advice to clients.’

Key clients




Crown Agents

Work highlights

  • Advised a number of different individual clients on claims against professional advisers in relation to failed film finance or tax schemes.

Freeths LLP

Freeths LLP‘s Thames Valley-based contingent primarily acts on behalf of corporate clients, but also represents landed estates as well as educational and charitable institutions on a broad variety of disputes. Core pillars of the team’s commercial litigation offering include contractual disputes, fraud allegations, M&A-associated litigation, shareholder conflicts, and IT and cyber issues – to name a few. Caroline Watson leads the team out of the Oxford office, excelling on complicated technology-sector disputes. Director Will Richmond-Coggan is a seasoned litigator, well-known for his work on data protection issues. Managing associate Paul Brown is another key point of contact.

Practice head(s):

Caroline Watson

Other key lawyers:

Will Richmond-Coggan; Paul Brown; Tom Holden


‘Will Richmond-Coggan is excellent on data law issues. Very knowledgable.’

‘Caroline Watson has real depth and experience. Very pragmatic and approachable.’

‘First-class legal. A firm which understands its clients and fosters an exceptional working relationship.’

Key clients

Cromwell Tools Limited

London Luton Airport Limited

Dawsongroup Plc

Amscan International Limited

Wells & Co Limited

Scania Limited

Triad Group Plc

Bristol Airport Limited


FedEx UK Limited

Work highlights

  • Acting for a provider of outsourced pensions and financial services in defence of data breach claims impacting approximately 1,200 public sector employees with pension schemes administered by our client.
  • Acting for a substantial provider of short-term consumer loans in defence of a series of claims brought by various firms, on behalf of claimants said to be affected by a cyber-security incident in 2021.
  • Acting for Triad Plc against the former CEO of Triad in respect of a ‘twitter war’ she had raged against Triad, its directors and advisors.

Gardner Leader LLP

Corporate and commercial disputes, civil fraud and international arbitration are the premium currencies for Gardner Leader LLP's dispute resolution team, which is described as possessing ‘expertise and a client base which is much more stereotypical of a large London practice’. Chris Felton heads up the team, specialising in multi-jurisdictional litigation that regularly sees him act before international courts and in complex arbitration. Health and safety expert and ‘great strategist’ Michelle Di Gioia is another key contact within the group.

Practice head(s):

Chris Felton

Other key lawyers:

Michelle Di Gioia; Andrew Shipp; Katie Dyson; Michael Axe


‘Excellent team. They are very collaborative, strategically minded and able to handle heavy commercial matters.’

‘The team punches above its weight for an out-of-London firm, with expertise and a client base which is much more stereotypical for a large London practice.’

‘Chris Felton is the best litigator we know. Strategic, tactical and such a nice person that his opponents do not see him coming until it is too late. The leopard of the litigation world.’

‘The team are always available, reactive, personable and practical and will always “think outside the box” in terms of solutions.’

‘Andrew Shipp is a safe and steady pair of hands, tactically astute and unphased by even the most difficult of opponents.’

‘Michelle Di Gioia is a great strategist. She is very tactical and hard nosed which is exactly what you need in a litigator.’

‘A small regional  firm which has the capability to go up against the big city firms and more than hold its own.’

‘Chris Felton is a consummate litigator, more than a match for any “magic circle” solicitor opponent. He has enviable expertise in “big ticket” High Court litigation and, especially, international commercial arbitration. Assured, knowledgeable and astute, you would want him running your team in any heavyweight litigation.’

Key clients

Atlip House Limited


Barrowfen Properties Limited

SSGC Limited

Suite Hub Limited

Prepay Technologies Limited

Managed Legal Solutions Limited

Work highlights

  • Defended Swynson Limited and its owner in a Supreme Court appeal, which questioned whether the repayment of loans by a borrower released or reduced the liability a negligent adviser has to a lender based on the principle of res inter alios acta.
  • Successfully defended a claim brought against Optaglio Limited for alleged breach of directors’ duties regarding the withdrawal of a patent application in the area of nano-embossing RFDI technology.
  • Advised Managed Legal Solutions Limited, who funded part of the costs of a group action claim against GSK in the Seroxat Group Action.

Shoosmiths LLP

Contentious public procurement, judicial review, as well as both high-end commercial and corporate litigation are among the core work streams for the Thames Valley-based contingent of Shoosmiths LLP, which receives frequent instructions from high-profile clients across the retail, leisure and FMCG sectors. ‘First-class litigator’ Fleur Turrington chairs the Reading team and advises on the full suite of commercial litigation matters. Aimee Cook is a fellow core member of the group, focusing her practice on high-value disputes.

Practice head(s):

Fleur Turrington

Other key lawyers:

Aimee Cook


‘Great all-round team.’

‘Fleur Turrington is a first-class litigator.’

‘Very commercial and efficient. Massively responsive and focussed on the client and on delivering results.’

‘Great understanding of the issues relating to a relatively complex contractual dispute. I have been impressed by the patient and calm approach to what has been a difficult and time-consuming issue.’

‘Aimee Cook is a stand-out individual for efficiency and ability.’

Key clients

Chubb Europe Insurance Group

COTY UK & Ireland Limited

HDI Gerling Insurance Limited

Henkel Limited

Volkswagen Group UK Limited

Leeds University

Lifeways Community Care Limited

Aramark Limited

Lancashire County Council

Jungheinrick UK

Civil Nuclear Police Authority

Hewlett Packard Limited


Cellnex UK Limited

Chevron Traffic Management Limited

Work highlights

  • Acted for transport sector client in relation to a £3.5m breach of warranty claim against the selling guarantors, following the purchase of a competitor.
  • Advised Jungheinrich UK on the impact its contract modifications would have under the Public Contracts Regulations 2015 and its obligations under the contract if it remained unsigned.
  • Provided urgent advice to a client in relation to a judicial review brought against them in regard to a decision to award a contract to a third party.

White & Black Limited

White & Black Limited‘s cross-border caseload includes a series of mandates from high-end multi-national corporations. Core pillars of the practice include a focus on contentious technology sector work and intellectual property-related disputes. Praised as ’eminently sensible and highly commercial’, practice head Victoria Wright is particularly strong for IP and major contractual claims. Fellow co-head Tom Carver specialises in intellectual property litigation and is an expert in both patent and design-right litigation.

Practice head(s):

Victoria Wright; Tom Carver


‘Very client focused, individual and personal service. High partner engagement which ensures the client is getting the very best service.’

‘Victoria Wright is eminently sensible and highly commercial. Good strategic thinking to manage and frequently resolve disputes.’

‘They are responsive, excellent at what they do and provide great client support. They describe themselves as wanting to be the client’s trusted advisers, and they excel at doing just that.’

Key clients

Roftek Limited and Simon Rothwell

Numerical Algorithms Group

Crafts Group LLC

Parma Patent Sinai Mülkiyet Hizmetleri Limited Sirketi

Blenheim Palace

Shantell Martin & Found the Found LLC

Matches Fashion

Vectair Systems Limited

Roftek Limited and Simon Rothwell

Work highlights

  • Instructed by a client in relation to an allegation of patent infringement involving the doctrine of equivalence; direct and indirect infringement; and counterclaim for revocation.
  • Instructed by US-based craft supplier in relation to the sale of knitting needles on Amazon.
  • Providing advice to a patentee involving the application of the doctrine of equivalence, the restoration of a company in order to bring a claim, patent validity, licensing questions and pre-action disclosure.

Blandy & Blandy LLP

Blandy & Blandy LLP's Thames Valley-based offering handles general corporate and contract-based commercial disputes, including those with international elements, alongside an emphasis on proactive advice such as risk identification, avoidance and management. David Murray leads the team, and is supported by Debbie Brett on commercial disputes.

Practice head(s):

David Murray

Other key lawyers:

Debbie Brett


‘David Murray remains calm at all times, thereby giving confidence to his clients.’

‘Very friendly service. Diligent, clear and timely.’

‘David Murray explained every process very clearly for me to make an informed decision.’

Key clients

Medispace Diagnostics Limited

Certikin International Limited

University of Oxford

Englefield Estate Trust Corporation Ltd

The Glass and Glazing Federation

Huguenot London Limited

Poovaya & Co LLP

DEKS Industries Europe Limited

Work Wise Projecten BV

Rupert House School

Work highlights

Herrington Carmichael LLP

Herrington Carmichael LLP sees frequent instructions on high-level commercial dispute resolution mandates, especially those with complex and cross-border issues. Professional negligence and real estate litigation are particular strengths of the team, which was bolstered by the arrival of Stephen Baker from Boyes Turner. Baker now heads the practice group and is praised as an ‘experienced and commercially astute litigator’. He is supported by Frankie Tierney, who excels on complex High Court and multi-party commercial cases. Former practice head Adrian Taylor  departed in June 2022.

Practice head(s):

Stephen Baker

Other key lawyers:

Frankie Tierney


‘Herrington Carmichael’s commercial litigation team is rooted in years of experience, out of which they are able to navigate clients through a dispute in a strategic way. It is a team to be trusted.’

‘Frankie Tierney is an experienced litigator who keeps an eye on the commercial realities of a dispute. She distills the key issues from a case and provides clear and targeted advice.’

‘The firm has a wealth of knowledge and experience and is able to handle all types of issues that I have presented to them. They are easy to contact and you certainly feel looked after and that you are in capable hands.’

‘We have known and worked with Frankie Tierney for many years. Her advice is always simple, honest and to the point, which is what we want most, and her knowledge is exceptional.’

‘Stephen Baker is an excellent lawyer. We have worked on some difficult cases together, and he is hands on at the right times. His instincts are extremely good – he is almost always right.’

‘Stephen Baker is an experienced and commercially astute litigator, who is dedicated to the interests of his clients and has the ability to deal with the most demanding and difficult of clients while still retaining a cheerful and engaged demeanour.’

Work highlights

Penningtons Manches Cooper LLP

Penningtons Manches Cooper LLP is known for its work in general commercial litigation, with specialist advice also including international litigation and arbitration, group action litigation, and banking and finance disputes, among others. The team is led by Clare Arthurs who splits her time between Cambridge and London. Charlie Shillito specialises in financial services and professional negligence claims. Former practice head Emma Davies Day left the firm in February 2023.

Practice head(s):

Clare Arthurs

Other key lawyers:

Charlie Shillito; Holly Strube


‘They have some really strong lawyers, particularly for a firm outside of the major cities. They are essentially offering London quality services.’

‘Charlie Shillito has pedigree, but also an excellent understand of how defendant professional indemnity firms operate. He is also plainly very clever, engages with the details and merits of the case, and has sound judgement.’

‘The team are a formidable legal force that are knowledgeable, flexible, commercial and adaptable. They use the latest technology to make life easier on clients and to reduce costs. They have real depth in their team.’

‘Penningtons deliver magic circle quality legal advice at a competitive price, and without the egos!’

‘Responsiveness, easy to work with and no frills.’

‘Penningtons Manches Cooper is very professional and efficient. Members of the practice have varied knowledge and experience in different fields which is always very useful.’

‘Charlie Shillito has been working very hard to protect us both commercially and privately. He has been efficient, knowledgeable and helpful.’

‘They are not afraid to go and get advice from other professionals as needed and listen to the advice. The team work well together and all contribute. If someone is away there is always someone within the team to talk to who has been assigned to the case.’

Work highlights

  • Act for Gilliam Wallace in both her personal and commercial (as director of Azaria Consulting Ltd) capacities.

Aston Bond

Two senior litigators head the practice group at Aston Bond: James Dyche has significant experience in the space on a wide range of commercial dispute matters and leads alongside firm CEO and co-founder Stephen Puri. Commercial and contract litigation, shareholder and boardroom disputes, and IP infringement are among the team’s core focuses.

Practice head(s):

Stephen Puri; James Dyche


‘I was extraordinarily impressed by their work ethic and professionalism.’

‘James Dyche is extremely strong in client management and handles demanding high-net-worth litigation clients with a polished ease.’

‘Aston Bond have a small commercial litigation team that punches well above its weight.’

Howes Percival LLP

General commercial work and IP disputes are specialist areas for Howes Percival LLP, which utilises the strength of the former Maier Blackburn practice, which merged with the firm in early 2024. Steven Maier handles the commercial litigation caseload, advising publishing houses and writer’s estates in copyright and trade mark disputes.

Practice head(s):

Steven Maier

Key clients

The Tolkien Estate Limited

Agatha Christie Limited

Madga Archer

Estate of Peter Mayle

Work highlights

  • Advising the Tolkien Estate in connection with the repeated infringement of its intellectual property rights in The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings on the merchandising platform
  • Advising Escargot Copyright Limited (the Estate of Peter Mayle) on a dispute over the use of the book title “A Year in Provence” in connection with an unrelated television programme.
  • Advising British “pop” artist, Magda Archer, on a dispute with the fashion house Gucci over the use of certain images in their clothing range.


SE-Solicitors handles a wide range of commercial disputes but places particular emphasis on restricted governance, injunctions, banking and financial services, insolvency, as well as property disputes. Carol Shaw leads the practice group, whilst Anis Waiz and Petra Van Dijk are important points of contact for finance and banking disputes, and IP litigation respectively.

Practice head(s):

Carol Shaw

Other key lawyers:

Anis Waiz; Petra Van Dijk


‘Spratt Endicott is a strong regional firm with technical capabilities which would not normally be associated with a firm of this size. It has particular skill in commercial property and development property, and commercial recovery work, both of which feed through to commercial litigation.’

‘Petra Van Dijk has a particular knowledge of the use of technology for efficient case management.’

Work highlights