Lyndsay Crowder-Barton > DWF > Liverpool, England > Lawyer Profile

DWF
5 ST PAUL'S SQUARE
OLD HALL STREET
LIVERPOOL
L3 9AE
England

Work Department

Lyndsay has extensive experience advising clients on all aspects of heavyweight, high value and complex commercial disputes both in the UK and internationally. 

Position

Director

Career

Lyndsay advises clients on complex, high value disputes across a range of sectors, with a particular focus on IT and outsourcing disputes, professional negligence claims, regulatory and public law disputes, commercial contracts disputes and those arising from M&A transactions. 

Lyndsay is recommended by the Legal 500 as a Next Generation Lawyer. She advises clients both in relation to domestic and cross-border litigation and her clients range from SMEs to large multi-nationals including manufacturers, healthcare providers, communication service providers, network operators and major telecoms resellers.

Lyndsay regularly represents clients in the Chancery Division, Business and Property Courts and in the Court of Appeal.  A number of her cases have been reported in the UK and worldwide.

Lawyer Rankings

North West > Dispute resolution > Commercial litigation: Liverpool

(Next Generation Partners)

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The ‘top quality litigators‘ at DWF provide a ‘faultless service‘ to an enviable client roster in which nationally recognised brands sit beside major North West businesses and high-net-worth individuals based in the region. ‘Excellent leader’ Andrew Whalley heads up the commercial disputes offering, while Matthew Stoll oversees the insured litigation practice group. Chris King regularly ‘brings both common-sense and savviness to crack tough cases‘, particularly those with a nexus to contractual issues. Legal director Lyndsay Crowder-Barton completes the roster of key practitioners, and is singled out as ‘a very useful asset to any team‘.