Paul Kite is a partner in IBB’s commercial dispute resolution team and head of the firm’s wider commercial services group. The dispute resolution team is recommended by Legal 500 as being in the first (top) tier for the region.
Kite has a wealth of experience in dealing with a range of commercial disputes and advising on related matters. His specialisms include advising upon complex commercial contracts and contractual claims, company shareholder issues and related disputes, partnership disputes, professional negligence claims, high-value debt collection and insolvency.
Kite has acted for clients in international litigation and is experienced in contentious probate claims and disputes involving trustees/executors.
Since 2006 Kite has been personally recommended in Chambers and Partners year-on-year as a leading individual in the field of commercial litigation and categorised as an ‘expert’ in the Legal Experts directory. Chambers describes Kite as ‘an impressive strategist’ and ‘insightful, pragmatic and commercial’.
Kite is an ADR Group accredited commercial mediator and firmly believes in providing a flexible and practical approach to dispute resolution. Specific sector experience includes manufacturing, leisure and the motor industry.
He has also been listed in the Thomson Reuters Super Lawyers directory 2013.
Chambers in 2014 says:
‘Department head Paul Kite specialises in debt collection, contentious insolvency, corporate and commercial disputes. Clients say: “He has a good understanding of the breadth of the law and understands the litigation process”.’
Legal 500 in 2013 says:
‘The “solid” IBB (Iliffes Booth Bennett) has a “very good commercial litigation department”. Highlights included advising Renault UK in a breach of contract claim against easyBus, which resulted in the successful recovery of monies owed. Practice head Paul Kite is a “measured and sensible commercial litigator with excellent interpersonal skills”.’
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This information was sourced from the IBB Solicitors website.
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