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Jim Trueick, Partner

Jim Trueick

Partner

Practice areas

  • Commercial litigation
  • Employment law
  • Food and drink
  • Insurance and reinsurance
  • Insurance and reinsurance
  • Litigation and dispute management
  • Retail

Practice notes

Jim is a Partner in our Dispute Resolution & Litigation Department.

"absolutely excellent and really strong." - Chambers Europe 2018

"has great integrity and is able to focus on the key elements of the issues." - Chambers Europe 2014

He is a master of his brief and did everything we needed. He is sensible and level-headed, and managed to avoid litigation for us.” - Chambers Global 2013

“thorough, knowledgeable about our business and someone who would be prepared to give honest advice irrespective of the implications,” - Chambers Europe 2013

Jim Trueick has a strong reputation in the area of professional negligence insurance defence (solicitors, accountants, architects, engineers and valuers), acting for captive and reinsurers and commercial litigation and has represented international and indigenous clients in complex, high profile litigation in the chancery and new Commercial Court. Jim also practices in the area of employment law, advising corporate clients on contentious and strategic HR issues including those related to inward investment and industrial relations. Jim has over thirty years' experience in practice and was previously Managing Partner of Landwell Solicitors.

Jim's recent experience includes:

  • ICDR Arbitration, acting for Hotel owners in relation to Management Agreement dispute.
  • Arbitration – Canada and Ireland – software programme dispute.
  • Advising PwC International – Madoff litigation.
  • Dexia Bank – employment restructuring.
  • Advising Insurers on PI claims against lawyers, engineers, architects, valuers and accountants.
  • Advising financial institution in relation to claims against valuers and solicitors for professional negligence.
  • Seeking declarations from the Commercial Court that monies held in a bank account is the property of the UK parent company to an Irish company struck off by Companies Registration Office in 2003.
  • Advising wind farm operators in relation to 7 Plaintiff claims of alleged breach of planning conditions and nuisance.
  • Advising Captive in relation to a cyber malware claim. 

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