Disputes Resolution Legal Counsel – Part Time
Last updated on 09/07/2019
Location: Notingham or London
An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Disputes Resolution lawyer to join a global FTSE top 50 business. Dependent on experience this would be 3 or 3 ½ day role.
• Advising on the legal risks arising from specific disputes and supporting the resolution of those disputes on a global level
• Working alongside external lawyers to direct litigation strategy and to support the evidence gathering and investigation
• Advising on legal issues connected with new product developments/launches
• Training other departments in the business on legal issues relating to disputes and dispute resolution
• Dispute template drafting and updating
- UK Qualified solicitor with minimum 4 years PQE*
- Ability to manage disputes, including pre-action and formal litigation
- Confident at advising on dispute risks and their resolution
- Knowledge of technology and supply contracts, financial services regulation and data protection would be beneficial
- Training with a well-regarded law firm or in-house
- Some in-house experience would be an advantage
- You must be practical and commercially focused lawyer with the ability to build strong relationships across the business
If you are interested in the position of Disputes Lawyer, please apply now or forward an up-to-date copy of your CV, to email@example.com. If the role isn’t right for you but you are interested in hearing about similar positions or some advice regarding the market, then please do get in touch on 01539 446666.
*All candidates will be considered on merit
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