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Keystone Law

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

Antony Colman

Work 020 7152 6550
Keystone Law

Work Department

Dispute Resolution, Insurance, Mediation & ADR


Antony is a highly experienced commercial and product liability specialist, handling primarily disputes that arise from international trade. His practice focuses on acting for insurers and manufacturers in product liability claims.
Antony has lectured in England and Germany and is a contributor to Product Liability: Law and Insurance, published by Informa. He is also an accredited mediator.


2016 Keystone Law Consultant Solicitor
2013-2016 Thomas Eggar LLP Consultant
1984-2013 Pritchard Englefield | Associate, Partner, then Consultant
1983-1984 Hedleys Trainee then Associate
1982-1983 Punder Vollhardt & Weber (Frankfurt) | Solicitor
1981-1982 Jeshurun & Partners (Haifa) | Solicitor
1980-1981 Grinter & Burton (New South Wales) | Solicitor
1986 Qualified as a Solicitor in England and Wales
1980 Qualified as a Solicitor in New South Wales


Fluent in German

London: Insurance

Product liability: defendant

Within: Product liability: defendant

Keystone Law  bolstered its team by hiring Sam  Samaratunga , a dual-qualified lawyer and medical doctor with over 15 years’ experience of handling litigation and regulatory issues affecting the life sciences and pharmaceuticals sectors. Also in the team are Antony Colman who acts for manufacturers and insurers in international trade disputes and health and safety expert David Beckenham who specialises in product recalls and defending against enforcement actions under food and safety laws, among other work. The practice is defending Bosch against a claim served in Germany, which relates to a fire caused by a product bearing the client’s branding. The firm also counts HDI Global, Electrium and ThyssenKrupp Elevator UK as clients.

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