Tim Clark > BDB Pitmans > Reading, England > Lawyer Profile

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Work Department

Commercial dispute resolution.


Tim heads the commercial dispute resolution practice. He specialises in information
technology disputes, commercial claims, company law disputes, franchising law and
injunction applications. He acts in all divisions of the High Court and is experienced in
International and Domestic Arbitration and other forms of alternative dispute
resolution including mediation. Tim has substantial experience in the IT sector acting
for software vendors, distributors, systems integrators, resellers and customers. He
has a particular interest in company law matters including directors’ duties,
shareholder disputes including unfair prejudice petitions, derivative claims and
warranty claims..


Trained Jaques & Lewis (now Eversheds); qualified 1987; partner Andersen Legal Garretts; partner Olswang until 2006; partner Pitmans 2006 to date.


Society for Computers and Law


Reading University (1984 LLB).


Golf, avid supporter of Reading FC.

Lawyer Rankings

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

(Hall of Fame)

Tim ClarkBDB Pitmans

Described as ‘superb‘, the team at BDB Pitmans handles commercial litigation for both domestic and foreign clients from all industries but has particular expertise in IT related disputes. ‘First-rate litigation strategistPhilip Smith leads the team and is a specialist in representing TMT clients. Executive board member Tim Clark  acts for retail and restaurant businesses, handling matters pertaining to company law, injunctions, and professional negligence. Associate Sophie Squire works closely with Clark on a number of Court of Appeal cases. Jonathan Sachs, a specialist in professional negligence previously at Irwin Mitchell, further broadens the firm’s scope with his expertise in financial mis-selling.


South East > Private client > Contentious trusts and probate

BDB Pitmans wills and trust disputes practice includes a number of key practitioner across the South East, including Reading-based commercial litigator Tim Clark, and legal director Claire Collings and contentious insolvency specialist Rick Munro in Southampton.