Paul Staddon

Paul is an experienced advocate, who is frequently called upon to handle difficult cases where a very tough approach is called for and where fast, realistic advice is called for at an early stage. He has often been called upon to represent in litigation his own instructing Solicitors, when they have serious legal problems of their own.

He is appreciated for his incisive strategic advice and tenacious cross-examination.

Recently, Paul was instructed in a case involving the alleged misappropriation of diamonds, said to be worth many millions of pounds, where he successfully defended during the course of a five week trial in the Chancery Division.

Paul’s practice comprises all areas of business and property litigation with an emphasis on commercial contractual disputes and professional negligence affecting business and property transactions.

In the field of employment law, Paul has particular experience in both prosecuting and defending claims seeking to enforce post-employment restrictive covenants.

Recently he was invited to present a seminar for Pannones on Springboard Injunctions.

Paul was previously employed by a leading firm of stockbrokers as an investment analyst.


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