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Paul Lunt

As the longstanding head of litigation at a large top 100 law firm, Paul Lunt is a nationally renowned commercial litigation solicitor. For more than 10 years, the principal legal directories have repeatedly ranked Paul as a leading individual across a number of different fields, including commercial litigation, company/ shareholder disputes and sports/ media law.

Paul has appeared many times as an expert commentator in local and national press (including the Today programme, BBC News, Radio 5 and others). He has wide legal experience covering company law, commercial contracts, insolvency, sports and media/ defamation. His 25 year plus practice has seen him act for individuals and large corporations alike, from sole traders to listed Plc companies. Recent examples of Paul’s work include his representation of England cricketer, Ben Stokes, following a well-publicised incident in Bristol in 2017, as well as his representation of Coleen Rooney in what has become known as the WAGathathachristie saga.

A veteran of more than 100 mediations, Paul is a firm believer in the value of mediation as a means of resolving disputes. His style is down to earth, empathetic and pragmatic.

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