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Osborne Clarke

2 TEMPLE BACK EAST, TEMPLE QUAY, BRISTOL, BS1 6EG, ENGLAND
Tel:
Work 0117 917 3000
Fax:
Fax 0117 917 3005
DX:
7818 BRISTOL
Email:
Web:
https://www.osborneclarke.com
Amsterdam, Barcelona, Berlin, Brescia, Bristol, Brussels and 12 more

Peter Clough

Tel:
Work 0117 917 4060
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Osborne Clarke

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South West: Dispute resolution

Commercial litigation: Bristol

Within: Leading individuals

Peter Clough - Osborne Clarke

Within: Commercial litigation: Bristol

Known for its ‚Äėfirst-class client service‚Äô, the team at Osborne Clarke¬†specialises in multi-jurisdictional commercial disputes and is highly regarded for procurement litigation. Headed by Leona Briggs, the department has handled a range of complex fraud claims, procurement challenges, cross-border contract litigation, director and shareholder disputes, and arbitration proceedings. The ‚Äėhighly recommended‚Äô Charlie Wedin¬†advised Dynasafe Minetech on a number of claims and counter-claims in relation to a terminated contract with a South African company. Additionally, following Mademoiselle Desserts‚Äô acquisition of Ministry of Cake, Clare Robinson¬†is representing two former directors and shareholders of Ministry of Cake in various fraud and conspiracy claims brought by the company‚Äôs purchasers. Peter Clough¬†often handles disputes in the technology and financial services sectors and has extensive experience in matters involving CIS or Russian participants. Catherine Wolfenden¬†is a ‚Äėgo-to procurement litigator‚Äô, who has handled procurement challenges for a number of well-known corporates and listed companies. Tom Ellis, Claudia Glover, and senior associate Tom Frapwell¬†are also recommended.

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South West: TMT (technology, media and telecoms)

IT and telecoms

Within: IT and telecoms

Osborne Clarke¬†¬†provides ‚Äėpragmatic solutions‚Äô and is noted for its strength the digital business sector. Will Robertson¬†heads the team and has a particular focus on technology and privacy law; he advised Bunnings in relation to a variety of business-critical IT projects for its newly acquired company Homebase. Tom Harding¬†heads the interactive entertainment practice and advises Microsoft in relation to multi-jurisdictional content acquisition and licensing deals. Senior Associate Eleanor Locke¬†specialises in commercial contracts, software arrangements and IP issues. Charlie Wedin¬†focuses on litigation and acted for Dell in a dispute against Lebanese company Systems Equipment Telecommunications Service, which claims to have exclusive rights to sell Dell products in Lebanon. Mark Wesker¬†, Simon Spooner¬†and Peter Clough¬†are also recommended.

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