Craig Walker specialises in dispute resolution. He is experienced in a wide range of commercial disputes for corporate and individual clients including contractual and shareholder disputes, professional negligence, fraud and asset tracing and insolvency.
A substantial part of his practice involves contentious general property and landlord and tenant matters for clients including major property owning and managing companies.
Walker’s approach to dispute resolution is to understand from the outset the client’s objectives, the resources available, and then to roll up his sleeves and work closely with the client to achieve the best result.
Walker is a member of the London Solicitors Litigation Association and the Property Litigation Association. He writes regular articles and has spoken at seminars for clients and property professionals.
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