Elliot brings over 9 years’ expertise and experience to the dispute resolution team, having previously worked for an international law firm.
Elliot’s practice comprises a broad spectrum of commercial disputes with particular expertise in banking litigation having previously worked for a range of financial institutions including clearing banks, payment service providers and lenders.
Elliot qualified in 2010 and has managed a wide portfolio of cases ranging from derivative misselling claims to possession claims. Elliot also has a particular interest in asset and sales finance litigation having completed a successful secondment at a car finance provider.
Elliot’s cases have taken him to trials at both the County Courts and High Court as well as to the Court of Appeal.
Elliot is aware that to most of his clients, litigation is seen as a last resort and that faster and more cost effective outcomes can sometimes be achieved by way of alternative dispute resolution and informal negotiations.
Elliot is keen to understand the nature of his clients’ business and the commercial factors which drive decisions when determining strategy on any given case. He is always looking for creative ways to resolve disputes for his clients.
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