Businesses often seek to have terms implied into contracts in situations where no specific term exists to cover unanticipated scenarios. The courts do imply terms,…Read More
Nick Saville's Service Teams
Nick is a commercial litigation specialist. He advises clients on contractual disputes; breaking corporate deadlock; shareholder and partnership disputes; professional negligence in the legal and property sectors; data protection issues; professional and regulatory conduct; restrictive covenants; general human resource issues and commercial aspects of matrimonial litigation. His practice extends to representing off-shore and international corporations and professional bodies in both domestic and international jurisdictions.
In conjunction with his commercial litigation focus, Nick also has extensive experience in commercial and residential landlord and tenant matters and all aspects of management of commercial property portfolios for investor, developer and occupier clients. He has litigated service charge disputes, dilapidations claims, boundary disputes, forfeiture proceedings, injunctive relief, tenant default and insolvency litigation.
- Complex and high value shareholder disputes, including advising on just and equitable winding up and unfair prejudice petitions and derivative actions
- Advised on and recovered funds in deceit and commercial fraud claims
- Successfully litigated exercise of tenant's break clause and negotiated complex £4m commercial dilapidations claim for US telecommunications company
- Represented the UK’s largest mutual insurance company in managing its substantial commercial property portfolio and commercial disputes
- Advising on and litigating commercial disputes in retail, recruitment and technology sectors
- Resolving substantial product liability claims and managing product recall processes
- Advising on cross border enforcement of judgments and international litigation procedure
- All forms of ADR, particularly mediation and arbitration
Nick studied English and German Law in Canterbury and Marburg. He trained at Prince Evans in West London and qualified into the litigation team as a solicitor in 1998. From 2006 he was a senior solicitor in the dispute resolution team at niche commercial property City firm, Cannings Connolly, before moving to Wedlake Bell as a senior associate in 2013.
Articles & Comment
02 Feb, 2016 | Nick Saville
04 Apr, 2014 | Nick Saville
23 Oct, 2013 | Nick Saville
Since the criminalisation of squatting in residential premises last year, the problems of damage, delay and cost caused by squatters have shifted to commercial properties…Read More