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Paul heads up Stephenson Harwood’s international aviation litigation and regulation team and has been recognised for many years by the legal directories as one of the top specialist aviation litigators in the UK. Paul is a very experienced commercial litigation partner, who has represented clients across many sectors in most types of commercial and civil disputes over the last 25 plus years.
He has particular expertise and experience in litigating and arbitrating disputes in the aviation, funds, and broader financial sectors. He is a very experienced trial lawyer, and also has in-depth experience of international arbitration.
Paul has been involved in some of the highest profile reported court cases, including the Lockerbie trial, the largest class action in the UK in the pharmaceutical sector, the Oil for Food Programme investigation, and some of the leading cases in the field of aviation law.
Paul has acted for foreign governments, sovereign wealth funds, financial regulators, hedge funds, the Jersey Financial Services Commission, local authorities, major corporates, banks, major airlines and high net worth individuals.
Paul is a member of the firm’s Africa group and has spent considerable time working for clients across multiple jurisdictions in Asia, the Middle East and Africa.