Jeffrey Terry has a wide range of experience in the specialist courts nationwide including in the Mercantile, Commercial, and Technology and Construction Courts and the Chancery Division.
He has appeared in many reported cases over the past 25 years. He also acts as both arbitrator and mediator having become a fellow of the Chartered Institute
of Arbitrators in 1996 and a CEDR-accredited mediator in 1997.
Terry has acted for many major clients in substantial disputes including a number of insurance companies, banks, local and education authorities, police and fire authorities, major national companies such as British Nuclear Fuels and Transco, the National Trust, the Landmark Trust, Manchester Airport, and professional football and rugby clubs in addition to many other corporate and private clients.
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This information was sourced from the Kings Chambers website.
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