Addleshaw Goddard’s 27-partner, 80-associate-strong litigation department is a key pillar of the firm. We have specialists in finance, fraud, construction, crime, insurance and reinsurance, information technology, media, intellectual property, property and tax and pensions disputes.
With litigation lawyers across offices in London, Leeds and Manchester, we are recognised by independent commentators as one of the leading litigation practices in England with a strong reputation for our commercial approach to resolving business disputes.
All members of the litigation group are trained in the use of mediation, and a number of partners are registered or accredited mediators. A team of partners and associates are solicitor-advocates with higher court qualifications in the civil and criminal courts.
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Addleshaw Goddard has released the 15 September 2014 issue of its Data Issues Roundup publication.
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