Jonathan Grigg is a commercial litigation partner based in the firm’s Solent office. He has a wide-ranging commercial contract and negligence disputes practice, with a significant international element.
He is experienced in all areas of dispute resolution including High Court litigation, arbitration and ADR, representing commercial clients in many successful mediations. Grigg is recognised by his clients as a highly effective litigator; suitably assertive where necessary, but always with the client’s commercial interests in mind.
He is also a pensions litigation specialist. He acts for trustees, employers, administrators, actuaries and consultants in relation to the full range of pensions-related disputes.
After working for Osborne Clarke in Bristol, Grigg joined Shoosmiths from Clarke Willmott LLP in November 2009.
He is an accredited mediator, and a member of the Association of Pensions Lawyers.
Grigg has been recognised in the field of dispute resolution by Chambers and Partners for their 2009 UK directory: ‘Experienced litigator Jonathan Grigg… impresses clients with his “frank yet friendly advice — he doesn’t beat around the bush”.’
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