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I am a lawyer in Fladgate’s Dispute Resolution team, specialising in complex, high value disputes. While I have a particular focus on banking and financial markets litigation, I regularly represent companies and individuals in commercial disputes across a range of sectors, often involving an international element.

I act for corporate and private clients in a broad range of sectors who are involved in commercial litigation, whether as claimant or defendant in the proceedings.

My role as a litigator involves quickly getting to grips with a client’s business and gaining a thorough understanding of the events underlying the dispute. Clients trust me to put forward their best case at all times, often in fast-moving circumstances that require strategic flexibility, while helping them to navigate court processes and deadlines in an efficient and timely manner.

Outside of the office, as a keen linguist I like to travel whenever I get the opportunity. I also enjoy cooking and sports, and am equally happy in a good restaurant or on the tennis court, although preferably not in that order.

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Dispute Resolution

Commercial Litigation

Private Wealth Disputes

Intellectual Property

Intellectual Property

Intellectual Property

Private Wealth Disputes


  • Advising a private client as defendant in proceedings brought by investors in his insurance business.
  • Representing a Chinese company in an intellectual property dispute regarding the client’s name and marketing materials.
  • Acting in a claim brought against a private client concerning the ownership of an online gaming website, which went to trial in the summer of 2020.
  • Property Alliance Group v RBS: Acting on the successful defence of a claim that involved allegations of LIBOR manipulation and was of considerable interest to the financial markets sector. It was one of The Lawyer’s top 20 cases for the year.
  • Claim between UBS, KWL, Depfa and LBBW: Successfully defending a multi-party, cross-border dispute over single tranche collateralised debt obligations valued at roughly $600 million. The trial ran for three months in the Commercial Court and was one of The Lawyer’s top 20 cases for the year.

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