Your complete grasp of the issues, your competence and diplomatic skills were all essential
We were incredibly fortunate in having you working for us, and especially at mediation
Your contribution was way over the call of duty and over lawyer's standard obligations
We would not be where we happily are now without you
Thank you so much for your support, advice and skill over the last 2 and a bit years in dealing with a complete nightmare
There is no way that we would ever have recovered those funds without your input
I know that without your advice and action on our behalf, this matter may never have been resolved
She is excellent
I am a partner in Bates Wells’ Dispute Resolution & Litigation team, where I lead on a variety of contentious matters with a particular focus on litigation relating to charity governance and charity legacies.
My other practice areas include contract disputes, shareholder disputes, fraud and asset recovery, and the enforcement of judgments. I am an experienced Supervising Solicitor appointed by the High Court on the execution of search orders, and often works in conjunction with other members of the team on complex, multi-venue searches.
Regarding the university's obligations as trustee to house, fund and maintain the world renowned Warburg Institute (University of London v Professor Prag and another  EWHC 3564 (Ch);  WTLR 705].
I negotiated full payment of the legacy from the executors personally plus a significant contribution towards the charity’s costs, avoiding costly and time-consuming court action for the charity.
Following the issue of proceedings, I negotiated a financial settlement in my client's favour, but on terms that maintained the commercial relationship going forward.