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Graham Dagnall

Office Managing Partner Liverpool, Liverpool

Graham is Practice Group Partner for the Litigation Practice Group. He specialises in corporate litigation, commercial litigation, litigation funding, legal service delivery and practice group management.
Graham Dagnall

Experience

Graham brings a corporate mind and approach into the litigation arena, benefitting from first hand experience of the construction and negotiation of corporate transactions.

Within his role as Practice Group Partner for Litigation, Graham aims to align the interests of the practice areas, promoting a collegiate way of working and developing the careers of our future stars.

In the litigation field, he enjoys being creative in finding bespoke solutions to funding problems.

When not at work, sport is Graham's passion, particularly watching The Sport of Kings (Aintree, York, Haydock) unless he is to be found supervising a rugby scrum or on the touchlines at a football match. He loves experiencing the great outdoors with Dexter, Rufus and Aoife and reading dark literature, particularly Tim Willocks, John Connolly and Justin Cronin.

Testimonials

"Very experienced and well recognised" and that he is particularly noted for his extensive experience in the food sector.

Chambers and Partners (2014)

"Great to work with and always brings a fresh perspective."

Chambers and Partners (2011)

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