Bill Dixon > Field Seymour Parkes LLP > Reading, England > Lawyer Profile

Field Seymour Parkes LLP
1 LONDON STREET
READING
RG1 4QW
England
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Work Department

Dispute resolution and litigation.

Position

Partner in the dispute resolution and litigation team. Handles a wide variety of business disputes and has considerable experience of all forms of litigation, arbitration and mediation. Has particular experience in international arbitration; breach of warranty claims and corporate disputes; construction; fraud and asset tracing; pensions and trust litigation; interim injunctions and search orders.

Career

Trained Glovers; qualified 1985; Norton Rose 1988-91; partner Biddle and then Pinsent Masons 1991-2009; partner Field Seymour Parkes 2009 to date.

Languages

Spanish.

Memberships

Commercial Litigation Forum; Association of Contentious Trust & Probate Specialists; Association of Pension Lawyers.

Education

Hitchin Boys’ School; Selwyn College, Cambridge (1981 First Class Hons Law)

Lawyer Rankings

South East > Dispute resolution > Commercial litigation: Thames Valley, Berks, Oxon, M4/M40

Field Seymour Parkes LLP stands out for its industry expertise in fishery as well as the food and automotive sectors where in the latter it represents clients such as Volvo and Honda. One such expert is practice head Tom Maple who additionally has notable experience in advising on legal issues arising out of supply chains. Bill Dixon ‘s practice spans litigation, arbitration, corporate, and regulatory investigations.

South East > Finance > Insolvency and corporate recovery

Field Seymour Parkes LLP is a notable corporate insolvency and restructuring practice which is instructed by national firms of insolvency practitioners and international accountancy firms. Ian Wood-Smith  leads the practice with vast experience in advising practitioners, funders and directors on corporate insolvencies and restructurings. Jeremy Parkes  advises on complex security validity while Bill Dixon  specialises in complex asset tracing.