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Joseph Dale

T: +44 20 7809 2297 Email Joseph | vCard Office: London

Joseph Dale Associate

Contact details

Joseph Dale

Joseph Dale

T: +44 20 7809 2297 Email Joseph | vCard Office: London

Joseph is a commercial litigator who advises clients on a broad range of complex and high-value disputes.
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Joseph has acted on a variety of contentious matters, with a particular emphasis on claims arising from contractual and shareholder disputes. He has advised both international and domestic clients in High Court litigation and arbitration proceedings. 
  • Dispute resolution

Investment dispute

Acting for a Seychelles company in parallel High Court and arbitration proceedings for breach of contract against companies of a global investment group and its investment manager.

Cryptocurrency claim

Acting for a defendant in High Court proceedings in relation to the ownership of a cryptocurrency account, the contents of which are valued in excess of £30 million.

Shareholder dispute

Acted for shareholders in respect of their claims for the unfair diminution in the value of their shares by the actions of the parent company and its director.

Breach of contract and breach of confidence claims

Acted for the claimants in high-value claims for breach of contract and trade secrets in the oil and gas sector.

Obtaining evidence from England for use in US legal proceedings

Acted for a US law firm in a successful application to obtain documentary and witness evidence for use in US litigation.

Franchise dispute

Acted for a confidential bidder in relation to its disqualification from a national rail franchise.

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