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Keystone Law

48 CHANCERY LANE, LONDON, WC2A 1JF, ENGLAND
Tel:
Work 020 3319 3700
Fax:
Fax 0845 458 9398
DX:
2307 VICTORIA
Email:
Web:
www.keystonelaw.co.uk
Belfast, Belfast BT2, Bristol, Douglas, Guernsey, London

Jason Kallis

Tel:
Work 020 7152 6550
Email:
Keystone Law

Work Department

Construction / property litigation

Position

Jason is a disputes lawyer specialising in insurance, construction, product liability, and property litigation. He acts for blue chip construction and property companies, insurance companies and their Insureds, high-net-worth individuals, retailers and estate managers.

Jason has extensive experience advising on product liability and professional negligence claims. In particular he advises on all insurance policy issues that arise out of disputes concerning products and professionals, including the recovery of insurance premiums on behalf of insurance companies and insureds.

He also has a wealth of experience of disputes concerning high-end residential properties, office developments, and small to medium sized civil engineering projects.

He advises on business disputes concerning small and medium sized companies, particularly in relation to partnership disputes, purchase agreement disputes, shareholder disputes, tax related disputes and general commercial litigation issues faced by such entities.

He has provided non-contentious advice on property developments to lenders, landowners, contractors and developers, and has advised on and drafted building contracts, warranties, and professional appointments.

Career

2014 Keystone Law Consultant Solicitor
2012-2014 Plexus Law Associate Partner
2009-2012 DAC Beachcroft LLP Associate Solicitor
2004-2009 Mishcon de Reya | Associate Solicitor
2003-2004 Sherrards | Associate Solicitor
2000 Qualified as a Solicitor
1998-2003 Elliots Bond & Banbury | Trainee Solicitor then Assistant Solicitor


London: Insurance

Insurance and reinsurance litigation

Within: Insurance and reinsurance litigation

The ‘professional and dedicatedKeystone Law ‘fully understands the insurance market and the type of advice that is required to assist its clients’. Employers’ and public liability claims specialist Steven Conway co-heads the practice with Jason Kallis, a litigator who specialises in construction, product liability and property. In a recent highlight, Kallis, who is ‘intelligent yet down to earth and gives concise and accurate advice which helps insurers get to the crux of the matter’, defended pool equipment manufacturer Certikin International and its insurers against a £3.1m claim over an allegedly defective pool liner.

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