9 November 2020
We have strengthened our Dispute Resolution team with the appointment of Associate Solicitor Simon Arneaud.
Simon, who has extensive local knowledge having worked in Basingstoke for the past six years, has practised as a litigator since qualifying as a solicitor in 2011 and represents both private and commercial clients.
His expertise covers commercial and corporate disputes, residential and commercial property litigation, contentious wills and probate matters, TOLATA claims and urgent injunctive applications. He has successfully represented a wide range of clients in disputes at the High Court and County Court, including two reported High Court injunctive cases concerning the enforcement of post-termination covenants in employment contracts.
Simon, who is an experienced negotiator with a strong record of achieving successful outcomes for his clients, said: “I am delighted to have joined Phillips and I very much look forward to building strong relationships with the firm’s clients and building on the continued success of the firm.”
Phillips Director and head of the Dispute Resolution team, Max Hope, said: “We are delighted to be welcoming Simon to the firm. His profile, calibre and experience make him a perfect fit for the wide range of contentious work that we look after on behalf of our clients.”
“We have seen Simon in action on previous cases we have been involved in, and know he shares our ethos of resolving disputes commercially, rigorously and effectively, employing negotiation, alternative-dispute resolution, and Court proceedings where necessary to ensure the best possible outcome for our clients.”
Simon’s appointment follows on from the arrival of top City of London Barrister Jacqueline Kendal, who joined the Employment Law team at Phillips in October.
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