Felicity Ewing > Dentons > London, England > Lawyer Profile

Dentons
ONE FLEET PLACE
LONDON
EC4M 7WS
England

Work Department

Litigation and Arbitration

Position

Felicity is the co-head of Dentons UK Core Disputes practice which includes financial and commercial litigation.  Alongside litigation expertise, the group offers strategic risk management advice and investigations skills.  The group is particularly known for its strength in the financial services sector, having represented clients on a number of leading cases in the period since the last financial crisis.

The focus of Felicity’s own practice is complex, strategic or high-value disputes, often for financial services clients and involving regulatory issues, but also across other sectors including energy, transport and infrastructure.  She has represented clients in capital markets, PFI, and derivatives litigation; on mis-selling claims; group claims; and in M&A disputes.  Clients value the strategic insight Felicity provides and her role regularly involves advising clients at executive level, including pre-litigation and on litigation risk arising in transactions.

Felicity has spent time on secondment to the litigation and regulatory teams of major banking clients, including at partner level.  She is experienced in proceedings in the High Court and the Court of Appeal and has significant mediation expertise.

Career

Made partner in present firm 2007.

Memberships

Solicitor, Senior Courts of England and Wales, 1999

Education

The College of Law, 1997, Dip LP

University of Exeter, 1996, LLB

Lawyer Rankings

London > Dispute resolution > Banking litigation: investment and retail

(Leading individuals)

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Dentons  is particularly noted for its work in retail banking disputes, where it acts for a number of major banks in group actions. The group is also instructed by financial institutions to handle breach of trust claims, and has recently acted for the FCA and the FSCS in judicial review proceedings. Felicity Ewing leads the team and is ‘extremely knowledgeable in what can be a very technical area’, while Natalia Fludra has broad experience in cross-jurisdictional disputes. Daren Allen departed the firm in September 2021.