Esther’s versatility and breadth of knowledge comes from her training at a national commercial firm where she completed training seats in commercial property, corporate, commercial (technology, media, trade and infrastructure) and litigation.
Legal research is Esther’s speciality. Her exceptional skill in legal research, fine tuning legal documents and simplifying complicated case law is just one reason why she is an invaluable member of the team.
I am a litigator with experience across a wide breadth of commercial litigation matters from more straightforward breach of contract claims, to complex cross border litigation. More recently, I have developed a niche in commercial fraud including advising on a complex investment fraud claim for fraudulent misrepresentation involving three claimants.
I continue to advise a number of our individual and SME clients in cases involving loss ranging from £10,000 to in excess of £1m. Value is irrelevant to me in terms of the quality of advice and time commitment to files. All of my clients receive 100%.
I practice all aspects of commercial litigation working on cases particularly focused on fraud related company issues including breach of fiduciary duties, misrepresentation and professional negligence.
I have a specialty in executing specific legal research to support arguments for clients. I am a problem solver and like to dig deep into issues or unravel complex legal problems so they can be presented in a client friendly manner. My critical thinking supports my clients and my team and assists in understanding the strengths and weaknesses of a case enabling us to work out the best route forward.
I have worked across various sectors identifying potential vulnerabilities and how regulatory and compliance issues impact specific businesses and markets. In particular, I have recently begun to focus on the food and drink industry and specifically on the issue of food fraud. I am involved in drafting our quarterly publication “The Secret Ingredient”.
At Tenet we believe collaboration and education is key and as well as working with clients I also write and publish articles on fraud prevention and compliance in order to assist those who may not be able to access legal advice.
Our team’s credentials speak for themselves, but it is the deep satisfaction we all get when we get a successful result for a client. We are invested. We care. We work with a purpose. I am happy to be part of a firm that understands it’s not all about profit it’s about making a difference.
- Commercial contract disputes
- Cross border litigation
- Breach of fiduciary duties
- Director and shareholders disputes
- Partnership and joint venture disputes
- Professional negligence disputes
- Insolvency related issues
- Number of articles published in professional publications
- Food Fraud Prevention and Management Course (University of Central Lancashire)
- New Food Magazine– Fishy Business
- New Food Magazine – How ready is your food business for a cybercrime attack?
- New Business – A different way of working The majority of law firms are not known for operating fresh and flexible business models.
- The Telegraph – Bank transfer fraud: use this calculator to find out if you will get your money back – and how
An insight into Esther’s hobbies & interests outside of Tenet.
There is nothing a glass of red can’t fix!
My home office and co-worker
Did I make it to the top? #LoveTheOutdoors
My Guilty Pleasure = Lego
Music is my passion – good for the brain and soul
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