Our principal areas of expertise include:
Our team is consistently recognised with top tier status in litigation by both the Chambers and Legal 500 legal directories. Chambers 2016 say "they have the quality of a large London law firm combined with the benefits of working with a smaller firm where the advocates can be approachable and can show genuine care for their clients and the outcome of the case." and Chambers 2015 acknowledge the team for "outstanding intellectual ability and legal knowledge allied to practicality and proportionality" and for an "immediate grasp of the essential issues that were important to clients coupled with a focused, pragmatic and effective strategy to address them". The Legal 500 2015 directory say the team "have excellent understanding of commercial realities and cross-border issues, and always provide pertinent advice" and the Legal 500 2014 directory say the team is "extremely well versed in the law and the strategies that can be adopted to achieve the required outcomes".
Many members of our team have previous experience with City of London law firms, or the English Bar, and have advised and represented clients in wide range of commercial litigation before both the Jersey and English courts.
We specialise in all major areas of law and are recognised internationally as providing first class legal advice and representation before the Jersey and Guernsey courts.We are chosen regularly to work alongside highly respected international law firms with whom we enjoy longstanding relationships. Our clients appreciate being given ready access to a litigation partner or senior litigation associate with the experience and authority to carry them through their case. We always respond to clients’ demands with a fast, efficient and professional service.
Alasdair Davidson discusses innovating pre-packs. Published in Legal Week September 2014.
Partner Robert Gardner and Senior Associate Paul Lewis acted for Hans-Peter Dohr in a dispute relating to Mr Dohr's former directorships of two Jersey airport infrastructure and power investment funds which previously had €1.3 billion under management.