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Keystone Law

Work 020 3319 3700
Fax 0845 458 9398
Belfast, Belfast BT2, Bristol, Douglas, Guernsey, London

Alex Ferrari

Work 020 7152 6550
Keystone Law

Work Department

Commercial litigation


Alex has a diverse litigation practice derived from his practical underwriting experience in the City and commercial background in retail prior to qualifying as a solicitor. His practice covers various sectors and encompasses both domestic and international disputes.


2012   Keystone Law Consultant Solictor
2009-2012   Fasken Martineau | Partner
2007-2009   Howard Kennedy | Solicitor
2000-2007   Beaumont and Son Solicitor then Partner
1997-1999   Whitelock & Storr Solicitor
1997   Qualified as a Solicitor
1995-1997   Berwin Leighton Paisner | Trainee Solicitor

London: Dispute resolution

Commercial litigation

Within: Leading individuals

Alex Ferrari - Keystone Law

Within: Commercial litigation

Keystone Law's 'first-rate team is excellent in all respects'. In a fraud and negligence claim, it acted for Nest Investments (Holding), a shareholder in a Lebanese bank that was shut down by the US Financial Crimes Enforcement Network, in pursuing litigation against prominent Lebanese public figures, as well as a fraud and negligence claim against auditor Deloitte & Touche. Alex Ferrari's 'style combines extensive investigation of the issues with a determined, hard approach'; and Robert Lawrie 'has good tactical awareness and efficient management of clients and cases'. Matthew Reach, Patrick Pennal and Nilam Sharma are also key names.

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London: Transport


Within: Aviation

Keystone Law¬†is active across a range of aviation sector matters, such as liabilities, claims and contentious work, as well as commercial and regulatory matters. Surf Air Europe, Genesis Aerotech, Flybe, Virgin Atlantic, Nimbus Aviation and Transatlantic Aviation are clients for the team where recommended individuals include Trevor Sears, who is experienced in insolvency and dispute resolution; barrister Hugh O‚ÄôDonovan, who has ‚Äėin-depth experience‚Äô; Simon Murfitt¬†and litigator Alex Ferrari.

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