CONSULTANT LITIGATION AND DISPUTE RESOLUTION SOLICITOR
Gareth Raisbeck is a specialist Litigation and Dispute Resolution Solicitor here at BS Singh & Co LLP Solicitors. He was previously a Partner at Neath Raisbeck Golding Law until September 2020, when he moved to BS SINGH & CO LLP in the role of Consultant Solicitor.
Gareth’s previous roles include being an in-house advocate for the most significant debt purchaser in Europe, presenting cases before judges of varying seniority through the country, and being Head of Legal Procedure and Advocacy for a large regional firm.
Originally being called to the bar, Gareth cross qualified as a Solicitor in 2012 and has significant experience in advising clients and bringing proceedings before the County Court, High Court and various Tribunals throughout England and Wales.
Gareth has experience in Commercial Litigation, Property Disputes and Debt Recovery, and advises on all manners of contract and lease disputes.
In 2017, Gareth was mentioned in Chambers & Partners Associates to watch. The publication stated ‘Associate Gareth Raisbeck handles residential and commercial property litigation, with particular expertise in complex, high-value disputes. Interviewees are impressed by his “absolute sense of where the case merits lie.”’
Gareth is also an adept advocate, often appearing before Judges at County Courts nationally on behalf of clients. However, Gareth is often engaged early in disputes and can facilitate early settlement and help clients save costs in the long run.
Gareth is also an expert in Civil Procedure and often lectures on litigation, procedure, and advocacy. In light of his expert knowledge, Gareth was recently interviewed for the Law Gazette on issues caused by the Coronavirus Pandemic and their impact on the Court system.
Gareth is available to and frequently provides lectures and seminars to in-house Credit Control Teams and Legal Departments on pertinent industry-specific topics, such as ‘Civil Court Procedure Demystified’, ‘Effective Enforcement of Judgments’ and ‘Residential Possessions – The Pitfalls Explained’.