Private Practice

Commercial Disputes Associate

Commercial Disputes Associate

  • Our preferred candidate will have spent time within the Dispute Resolution group of a medium or large private practice law firm, where they developed strong technical legal skills and gained experience of commercial disputes.
  • The role will involve working alongside market leading partners within the team, handling a variety of commercial disputes.
  • Typically our work involves contractual disputes, professional negligence, tort claims, director and shareholder disputes, partnership disputes and insolvency issues.
  • We welcome candidates with strong commercial acumen. This should manifest itself both in their advice to clients and their efforts seeking out business development opportunities.
  • Knowledge of retail, leisure, technology, automotive, financial services, marketing and/or media sectors would be advantageous.

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