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Mundays appoints new partner in Dispute Resolution

1st January 2009

Mundays LLP is delighted to announce that Joseph Kean, formerly a partner at Eversheds LLP London Office, has joined the firm as partner in the Dispute Resolution department.

Joseph became a solicitor in 1990 and remained with Frere Cholmeley, where he had trained, until its merger with Eversheds in London in 1998. He became a partner at Eversheds in 2001 and joined Mundays in 2009. He has throughout his career practised in commercial litigation and arbitration, working in a wide variety of industry sectors. Some examples of the work which he has done more recently are given below:

  • acting for a major distributor of luxury jewelry in a variety of disputes including distributorship contracts and other matters
  • dealing with several sets of proceedings in the aviation field including engineering and leasing disputes and the recovery of aircraft and parts
  • acting for British Nuclear Fuels Ltd in two major and lengthy sets of proceedings concerning contracts with foreign nuclear power plant operators for the reprocessing of their spent fuel at Sellafield
  • acting both for and against defendants in professional negligence proceedings involving accountants, lawyers, valuers and surveyors
  • and in many sets of complex international proceedings involving issues of foreign law and practice, jurisdiction and priority of proceedings

Fiona McAllister, head of Mundays Dispute Resolution department says,

“We are delighted to have Joseph add to the strength of our litigation team here at Mundays. He brings a wealth of experience of weighty commercial cross border litigation which supports our offering to our commercial clients in this field” .

Joseph Kean says,
"I am very pleased to be working with the Mundays team. The offering that we are able to make to commercial and other clients is second to none and the value which the firm represents is unquestionable. I look forward to making our services available to new and existing clients."

For further information, please contact:
Joseph Kean
Tel: 01932 590500
Email: joseph.kean@mundays.co.uk

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