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    29-07-2019

    Eversheds Sutherland welcomes Claire Stockford to its Litigation and Dispute Management practice

    Eversheds Sutherland is pleased to announce the appointment of Claire Stockford as a Partner in the Commercial Dispute Resolution practice. Claire will join the London team in August 2019.

    Claire joins with 20 years’ experience in a wide range of international disputes. Claire’s specialisms include international arbitration, competition disputes and commercial litigation for a diverse range of clients from the consumer, diversified industrials, energy and infrastructure, and TMT sectors.

    Claire is a qualified barrister having been called to the Bar in November 1999. She was appointed as partner at Shepherd and Wedderburn in 2015, and was previously at Crowell & Moring from 2008 as associate and later counsel from 2010. She was named as a future leader of the Arbitration profession by Who’s Who Legal in both 2018 and 2019.

    Mark Davenport, London Head of Commercial Dispute Resolution, said:

    “Claire is a great addition to our commercial disputes team. Her familiarity with international disputes and arbitration claims will be invaluable as we seek to grow our international disputes presence in both London and internationally, throughout Europe, the Middle East, Asia and the US.”

    Gary Pellow, UK Head of Commercial Dispute Resolution, also commented: 

    “We’re delighted to welcome Claire who brings an immense amount of knowledge into our growing team. She has a broad range experience across different litigation and arbitration matters, acting for a variety of different clients in varied sectors, and I have no doubt will contribute to the continued growth and success of our Commercial Disputes team in the UK and internationally.”

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