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Greg Huitson-Little works with clients on the financial aspects of litigations and disputes, both domestically and in international arbitration. He provides advice throughout the litigation process: during pre-action stages when considering whether to bring a case, an early assessment of where losses may lie, advice in relation to information and evidence that may be required, right through to detailed assessment of losses and the preparation of expert evidence for use in court or arbitration. Greg has a particular interest in matters relating to intellectual property and technology, but nevertheless maintains a broad, pan-industry practice. His M&A practice includes advice to clients during the completion phases, providing evidence in breach of warranty matters, and working in expert determination processes both as an advisor and as determining experts. Greg holds the degree of master of mathematics from the University of Oxford and is a fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales.
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