Elaine Chan > Keystone Law > London, England > Lawyer Profile

Keystone Law

Work Department

Commercial and Insurance Litigation


Elaine is an expert in commercial and insurance litigation and is extremely experienced in managing high-value product liability claims on behalf of insurer and corporate clients. Many of the disputes Elaine advises on are multi-jurisdictional, and a number of them have carried commercial and reputational implications which she has dealt with.

As well as product liability, Elaine also deals with a range of other disputes such as insurance, construction, contracts, subrogated recoveries, jurisdiction, property damage, occupier’s liability and nuisance claims.

Where a client does not want to go to court, Elaine is experienced in methods of Alternative Dispute Resolution.


Elaine qualified as a solicitor in 2003. Prior to joining Keystone Law in 2020, she worked at the following firms:

  • Ward Hadaway
  • BLM

Lawyer Rankings

London > Insurance > Product liability: defendant

The insurance team at Keystone Law has particular expertise in handling product liability matters arising from international trade. The firm is also well-versed in dealing with property damage claims arising from fire and escape of water. Antony Colman focuses on acting for insurers and manufacturers. Jason Kallis specialises in issues surrounding product recalls, repair actions and property damage, while Elaine Chan is an expert in commercial litigation.

London > Insurance > Insurance and reinsurance litigation

Keystone Law is well-placed to handle all manner of contentious insurance and reinsurance matters – particularly across the marine, life sciences and aviation sectors – with coverage disputes being a particular strong point. The practice continued to grow in partner-level expertise with the addition of Ruth Hite from Berkshire Hathaway Specialty Insurance, who comes equipped with a strong UK and EU regulatory background. James Crabtree and Jason Kallis are among the key names to note, with other recommended individuals including James Healy-Pratt, Antony Colman and Elaine Chan.