Chris specialises in dispute avoidance, dispute resolution and renegotiation in relation to technology, telecoms and outsourcing matters.
Our long standing relationship with Chris is testament to the quality of the support Chris provides. Chris is always professional, has an incredible attention to detail and always delivers to the brief in a timely manner and at a reasonable cost. Chris invests in our relationship and is focused on understanding the priorities and strategy for our business, this means his advice is relevant and entirely aligned with how our internal legal team work. This seamless provision of advice demonstrates real value for our business.
Rachel Roberts - Head of Legal and Commercial UK&I at Fujitsu
With a deep understanding of the ingredients of success or failure in such projects, he advises both customers and suppliers in relation to complex high value projects which have fallen into distress or dispute. Chris formulates and implements strategies aligned to delivery which maximize clients' negotiating positions, create exit options and prepare for dispute. In terms of dispute delivery, Chris has extensive experience of all forms of dispute resolution, including international and domestic arbitration, litigation, mediation and other forms of ADR.
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