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Simon Heatley

Knowledge Development Lawyer

Simon supports the knowledge and training needs of the solicitors in the Litigation and Dispute Resolution division in Charles Russell Speechlys.

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About

Simon is a Knowledge Development Lawyer, which is a senior position in the firm, equivalent to Senior Associate status for fee earners. His role includes preparation of precedents and online practice tools, providing technical training to fee earners and keeping the division up to date with the latest legal developments.

Experience

  • As a fee earner, Simon advised on a broad range of complex and multi-jurisdiction disputes for a leading law firm in London, acting for financial institutions, energy companies, governments and IT companies.

Our thinking

  • Joseph Evans and Simon Heatley write for New Law Journal on the recent PACCAR Supreme Court decision

    Joseph Evans

    In The Press

  • The Supreme Court's decision in PACCAR: litigation funding stopped in its trucks?

    Hanh Nguyen

    Insights

  • Investigating fraud: an expansion of legal professional privilege?

    Simon Heatley

    Insights

  • Cryptoasset fraud poses novel questions on jurisdiction and service of proceedings

    Georgia Fullarton

    Insights

  • Professional negligence: redrawing the scope of duty

    Edward Craig

    Insights

  • A practical approach to trial bundles: building up to success

    Caroline Greenwell

    Insights

  • Limitation & the worthwhile test

    Katy Ackroyd

    Insights

  • Reforming corporate criminal liability: a balancing act

    Stewart Hey

    Insights

  • Limitation periods for fraud, concealment or mistake: know your limits

    Katie Bewick

    Insights

  • Durra Al Ali and Simon Heatley write about disclosure duties for Thomson Reuters Practical Law

    Durra Al Ali

    In The Press

  • Whodunnit: important reminders about disclosure duties for clients and their lawyers

    Durra Al Ali

    Insights

  • Freezing Orders: Policing the Nuclear Option (PT 2)

    Stewart Hey

    Insights

  • Freezing Orders: Policing the Nuclear Option

    Stewart Hey

    Insights

  • Stewart Hey and Simon Heatley write a two-part article series for New Law Journal on the practical implications of recent freezing orders case law

    Stewart Hey

    In The Press

  • Arbitration agreements: governing law clarified and NOM clauses show their bite

    Simon Heatley

    Insights

  • Playing fast and loose with justice: estoppel by conduct

    Ben Moore

    Insights

  • Ben Moore and Simon Heatley write for the Practical Law Dispute Resolution Blog on the potential for estoppel to arise based on the conduct of a party in litigation

    Ben Moore

    In The Press

  • Scope of an adviser’s duty of care: a purposive approach

    Edward Craig

    Insights

  • Edward Craig and Simon Heatley write for Practical Law on the scope of a defendant adviser’s duty of care

    Edward Craig

    In The Press

  • Force majeure and COVID-19: claims of the unexpected

    John Sykes

    Insights

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