Grant, David E
David E Grant practises primarily in commercial law, particularly the areas of pensions, insolvency, chancery, employment, breach of contract and fiduciary duty and financial services.
Grant regularly appears in the Court of Appeal, High Court and specialist tribunals and has been recommended in Chambers and Partners and the Legal 500 as, variously, “a rising star, praised for his excellent skeleton arguments”, “user friendly and good with clients”, someone who “takes instructions from the most high-profile firms”, “a confident advocate” and “a persuasive presence on his feet” and as “an independent thinker who doesn’t need a leader in order to shine” and “academically on the button.”
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