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Collas Crill further expands its dispute resolution team in Jersey

Collas Crill has appointed Senior Associate Karen Stachura to join its dispute resolution team in Jersey.

Karen has a broad practice in commercial litigation, insolvency and contentious trust litigation with significant experience in advising and representing clients in litigation proceedings in the Scottish courts, including Scotland's highest civil court. She has advised on commercial litigation matters involving professional negligence, product liability and construction disputes.

Karen was admitted as a Scottish solicitor in 2000 and as solicitor advocate in 2014. She has just relocated from Scotland where she was a solicitor advocate with a tier 1 firm based in Edinburgh.

On joining Collas Crill, Karen said: 'I am thrilled to be part of such a forward thinking, modern firm whose values I admire and share. This is an exciting time for the dispute resolution team in Jersey and I am looking forward to working with such skilled and knowledgeable people and to working with our clients to achieve the best results for them.'

Dispute resolution partner Simon Hurry said: 'We are really pleased to welcome Karen to Collas Crill (and to Jersey!) Karen has an impressive track record in litigation and will be a fantastic addition to the Collas Crill team. Our dispute resolution practice continues to grow and we now have 11 Jersey-based lawyers working across a busy and varied caseload. It's an exciting time to join the firm and I wish Karen every success with us.'

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