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King & Spalding’s boosts its dispute resolution capacity in the UK

 The American firm has recruited partner Nick Cherryman, previously head of international disputes in Fried Frank’s London office.

 The American firm has recruited partner Nick Cherryman, previously head of international disputes in Fried Frank’s London office.



Nick Cherryman represents major corporate clients and institutions in complex, high-value international arbitration and commercial disputes.
“London is a key global hub for disputes and it is imperative for us to offer the very best lawyers to service our international client base,” says Reggie Smith, head of King & Spalding’s global disputes practice. “Nick brings added expertise and experience in international commercial litigation and arbitration to our existing team in London.”
Cherryman's cases regularly involve conflicts of laws issues, aspects of alleged fraud, fiduciary duties, asset tracing, company, insolvency, competition and commercial law. In addition to the UK, he has been involved in cases in the Caribbean, Hong Kong, Cyprus, Belize, and also the Isle of Man and the Channel Islands. Cherryman also has substantial experience in cases involving Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Russia and the CIS countries as well as experience conducting arbitrations in the London Court of International Arbitration, the Swiss Chambers' Court of Arbitration, the International Chamber of Commerce and the Arbitration Institute of the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce.

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