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‘I specialise in cases of unusual complexity, in particular high value, or very high-value, financial remedy claims,’ says James Freeman. This workload includes cases with an Anglo-French or Swiss element. Freeman also has a specialism acting for trustees.
‘I don’t tend to give names of any clients,’ he tells us. ‘I act for some household names, as well as others who are very anxious not to become household names, especially as a result of their divorce.’
What unites these individuals? ‘Every client is different but, generally speaking, mine want technical excellence, clear
guidance, a firm hand from time to time, basic humanity and sometimes a streak of humour.’