Job Description

Insurance Litigation Partner – Leading Firm

Job Type: ,

Location: London

Job Level: Partner

This leading UK firm has been recognised as a powerhouse for insurance litigation work for some time and has been going from strength to strength. Well managed with a straightforward and pragmatic approach to growing and developing as a business, the firm has enjoyed considerable success in recent years and represents an outstanding place from which to develop a contentious practice.

The firm’s insurance practice is busy handling a range of complex insurance matters, including coverage and policy disputes and complex international litigation and arbitration matters. It has a strong team in place and is looking to bring in a further insurance specialist to continue the development of the team’s capability.

Ideally you will have experience of dealing with a range high end and high value insurance disputes as well as strong relationships in the insurance market which are likely to generate work. The firm has excellent relationships already so there is plenty of scope for your practice to be complementary and/or augmented by the move. The firm is a market leader with a strong client base and currently handles a variety of complex cross-border, often multi-party disputes, D&O and cyber coverage claims, as well as professional indemnity claims on behalf of a range of insureds and their  professional indemnity insurers.

This is an excellent platform for an insurance specialist whether you are an existing partner or on the cusp of partnership and looking for progression.

If you are interested to discuss this opportunity, please contact Chris Cayley on 020 3617 2774 or 07976 908762 or by email at chris@cayleycoughtrie.com

* Cayley Coughtrie is a recruitment consultancy specialising in legal recruitment primarily across London and the UK.

We are advertising this vacancy on behalf of one of our clients. It is our policy to respond to all applications which on paper meet our clients’ requirements within three working days. However, because of the volume of applications we receive it is not always possible to respond individually to everyone who applies. If we have not contacted you within five working days your application has been unsuccessful and your details have not been retained. This has no bearing on future applications and please feel free to apply for any other role you may see in the future which is relevant to your background and experience.

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