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Claire is a dispute resolution lawyer dealing with all aspects of commercial litigation as well as being an accredited mediator.
The wider implication is it's an entire area of income-generating activity that can potentially be exempt from taxation," said Jeff Pniowsky, a tax dispute resolution lawyer.
Whilst litigation has always tended to increase in times of economic downturn, for many dispute resolution lawyers the predicted boom has not yet materialised.
ONE of the West Midlands' leading dispute resolution lawyers is chairing a lunch for the region's litigators and others involved in dispute resolution.
Mace & Jones dispute resolution lawyer Ken Salmon said, under the new rules, firms guilty of corporate manslaughter can be fined millions of pounds.
DLA Piper's Litigation team is comprised of more than 1,400 dispute resolution lawyers globally, including many lawyers named leaders in their fields by the most prominent independent directories.
Adjudication is also a potential path for the dispute resolution lawyer to select.
Chris Bowen is an experienced family and dispute resolution lawyer and has joined Bailey Smailes from Hague Lambert.