Furley Page strengthens Dispute Resolution team as workload increases
Leading Kent law firm Furley Page has announced the appointments of Partner Dan Sherlock and Associate Kelly Dickman to its highly regarded dispute resolution team, which has seen rising demand for its services from businesses across the South East.
Dan Sherlock is an experienced dispute resolution and commercial litigation specialist who joins the firm as Partner. Dan started his legal career in London and has gone on to develop his practice in commercial law across a range of sectors, including logistics, leisure and hospitality, healthcare and pharmaceuticals, with an increasing focus on the construction sector.
A member of the Society of Construction Lawyers, Dan is recognised for his experience in construction law by the Legal 500. He acts on a wide range of commercial disputes including breach of contract, pursuing damages, dishonest appropriation of assets/confidential rights, trust claims and the obtaining of disclosure of documents from third parties.
Kelly Dickman qualified as a Solicitor in 2016 and joins the team as Associate. A specialist in commercial dispute resolution, Kelly advises clients across a wide range of matters, from inception through to settlement and trial, including commercial contracts, shareholder rights and remedies, director’s duties/liabilities, and partnership disputes. Kelly works closely with clients in a wide range of sectors including manufacturing, transport, construction, logistics, leisure and hospitality, healthcare and education.
George Crofton-Martin, Partner and Head of the Dispute Resolution team at Furley Page, said: “I am delighted to welcome Kelly and Dan to the firm. Both are highly experienced lawyers who bring new skills and specialisms that will benefit our team. These high calibre appointments will ensure we can continue to provide our clients with expert advice and tailored solutions.”
Furley Page’s Dispute Resolution team is recommended by the Legal 500 and Chambers UK for its expertise in commercial dispute resolution. The team is comprised of three Partners, two Senior Associates, an Associate and a Solicitor, and can draw on the expertise of a Costs Lawyer and a CEDR Accredited Mediator.
Jeremy Licence, Managing Partner at Furley Page, said: “We took the opportunity to recruit these talented lawyers as we face increasing demand for commercial dispute resolution services from businesses across the South East. This latest addition of a partner is in line with the firm’s ambition to develop our construction sector experience and Dan’s appointment will help meet demand in an expanding market.”
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