It has been a lot less painful than we expected, and I put this down to the non-confrontational approach Jack suggested
Jack's ethic, attitude, courtesy and commitment augur well for his future.
Seriously impressive and a great credit to the firm."
Jack is a Professional Support Lawyer in the Knowledge Management team in Guernsey.
He moved over to the team from the Dispute Resolution department where he had worked as an Associate since qualification.
Jack has varied experience on a broad range of work including: corporate and commercial disputes, construction litigation, contentious trust matters, and insolvency. As a fee earner he specialised in legal issues arising from cross-jurisdictional matters including serving documents outside the jurisdiction, forum, applications to use documents from one set of proceedings in another jurisdiction (collateral use), injunctions in support of foreign proceedings (including Mareva freezing, proprietary freezing, and Bankers Trust injunctions) and enforcement of foreign judgments.
Recent experience includes:
Jack has a passion for problem-solving and prides himself on his direct, no-nonsense style. However, he is approachable and friendly, and prides himself on being able to discuss complex issues without legal jargon.
Jack spent three months on secondment from Collas Crill with Osborne Clarke in London, advising on acquisitions and venture capital, giving him an insight into disputes that arise around SMEs and growing businesses.
Jack qualified as a solicitor of the senior courts of England and Wales with Collas Crill and holds a Masters in Pure Mathematics, specialising in logic.
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