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Tammy has extensive experience of national, international and multi-jurisdictional litigation in high value complex claims and has operated within all forms of alternative dispute resolution.
She has particular experience in advising on contractual disputes, claims for urgent injunctions (including in relation to breach of restrictive covenants and breach of confidence), disputes between shareholders, contentious trust issues, debt recovery, claims for professional negligence and fraud.
- Acting in $22m ICC arbitration regarding an international arms manufacturer and successfully settling.
- Acting in relation to breach of restrictive covenants contained within employment agreements.
- Obtaining urgent injunctive relief restraining a potentially damaging breach of contract and other duties.
- Advising client in successful negligence claim against professional advisors resulting in judgment of £1.8m, and further successfully defending appeal of judgment in Court of Appeal.
- Advising a client in an action for breach of a shareholders agreement and an unfair prejudice action.
- Defending a claim for transfer of shares held on constructive trust.
Tammy was named as an Associate to Watch in London for Litigation by Chambers & Partners in 2015/2016 and 2016/2017. She trained at Olswang LLP, qualifying into their commercial dispute resolution department and after seven years moved to Cumberland Ellis LLP. Tammy joined Wedlake Bell LLP as a Senior Associate in April 2012.
"Tammy Evans handles banking disputes, shareholder disputes and private client litigation. Clients find her to be a 'very open and supportive' lawyer who is 'very analytical.'"
— Chambers UK, 2015
"Tammy Evans of Wedlake Bell LLP is a senior associate with significant litigation experience. Her work on solicitor's negligence matters has been particularly strong."
— Chambers UK, 2017
Solicitors negligently advised on property purchase by failing to explain the results of a Plansearch report obtained in respect of significant property purchase and deciding the results were not adverse.
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