Clive Ince has extensive experience of a wide range of commercial dispute resolution gained by acting for corporate, individual and institutional clients over many years. His expertise covers contractual issues, professional negligence, corporate liability, insurance claims, and company disputes.
He regularly acts for cases involving defamation and breach of privacy.Ince also advises publishers, editors and writers on pre- and post-publication legal issues.
His past cases include:
- Page v Sheerness Steel (House of Lords — quantification of damages)
- Legal & General v Drake Insurance (Court of Appeal — double insurance)
- Evans v The ‘Birmingham Six’ (defamation)
- GESCO v Anglo-Georgian (corporate libel) and Thomason v UCB (Court of Appeal — remedies for misrepresentation)
Ince is often involved in mediation and other forms of alternative dispute resolution.
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