Tim Kenefick has been practising as a commercial barrister since 1997 and specialises in a wide range of commercial and business-related disputes.
He acts in cases of all shapes and sizes, but has particular expertise in large-scale commercial litigation and has regularly been instructed in very substantial Commercial Court cases and arbitrations.
Kenefick’s practice covers a wide spectrum of commercial law, including insurance, reinsurance, energy, shipping, professional negligence and general contractual disputes. He acts both in an advisory capacity and as an advocate, and frequently appears in court and in arbitrations, both on his own and as a junior. Kenefick also has experience of working for a firm of solicitor’s, having spent 18 months working at Barlow Lyde & Gilbert in 2006–07. He is happy to travel abroad for hearings or meetings, and has regularly done so when working for clients based outside the UK.
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