Commercial Litigation 3+ Top Litigation Firm
The firm is truly international with offices all over the globe. HQ is in London, in suitably impressive City offices. The firm has earned directory rankings across its practices areas, with a large number of partners and associates singled out for praise.
Litigation is a core tenet of the firm's business, and a department which earns them great plaudits. It covers commercial litigation, arbitration, construction litigation, banking disputes, insurance litigation, IP litigation and regulatory disputes.
Recent work includes:
* Representing an international Oil and Gas business in a dispute with a drilling rig contractor
* Representing a telecoms business in a very high profile dispute involving both UK and European law
* A massive international fraud case brought by a company against its director
* Various headline hitting court cases and arbitrations
The particular team recruiting deals with high profile litigation coming out of insolvency and restructuring, as well as general commercial disputes including professional negligence, regulatory matters, energy disputes and matters involving sports or art.
The ideal candidate will be at the mid level, with at least two years post qualification experience. Strong training in a well regarded litigation practice is essential, as is a polished demeanour and a flawless academic profile. In return the sterling name of this firm will give you platform from which you will be able to achieve your long term career goals, be that Partnership at this firm, Partnership at another firm, or an in house move.
For further information or an information conversation, please contact Sarah Coughtrie at DMJ Legal, either by calling 020 3058 1446, or by sending your CV to email@example.com
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About Us We decided to set up DMJ Legal as we wanted to create a specialist recruitment agency that offers something different to our competitors. Collectively, we have over 15 years experience placing lawyers and company secretaries within the UK’s le