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Eversheds Sutherland (International) LLP
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Nick is head of secured recoveries part of the firm's Financial Services Dispute Resolution group. He joined Eversheds in 1992, qualifying as a Fellow of the Institute of Legal Executives in 1995, and as a solicitor in 1997. 

Since joining Eversheds, Nick has specialised in all types of litigation for financial institutions and insurance companies.

In particular, Nick has been involved in complex mortgage repossession cases (including several cases dealt with in the Appeal courts, and furthering the law in this area) and professional negligence actions.

Nick has also worked with insurer clients in subrogated recoveries claims, with particular (but not exclusive) emphasis on claims arising from subsidence (including the original class action for tree root damage in Hull) and floods.

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Wales > Dispute resolution > Debt recovery

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Nick RundleEversheds Sutherland (International) LLP

Wales > Insurance > Professional negligence

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Nick RundleEversheds Sutherland (International) LLP

Able to draw upon substantial resources from Cardiff, as well as across its UK network, the ‘sophisticated and well-resourced practice’ at Eversheds Sutherland (International) LLP has the strength-in-depth and critical mass to handle a huge range and volume of professional negligence work for claimants and defendants in the financial services sector. Nick Rundle heads up the claimant offering which continues to receive a tremendous flow of work from lenders, often on a contingent fee basis, stemming primarily from secured commercial and residential lending. The ‘insightful and decisive’ Wayne Davies is particularly skilled in cases involving professional negligence issues arising from commercial lending and fraud matters and large portfolios both under commercial ownership or owned by individual buy-to-let landlords. Gareth Vowles spearheads the firm’s defendant-side offering, which regularly represents intermediaries, lenders and asset managers in claims arising from alleged negligent advice and the mis-selling of financial products. James Coleman‘s work straddles both the claimant and defendant side and includes bringing professional negligence actions for banks alleging mortgage fraud.