Technology and Construction Court

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3 May 2016


Premonition200Premonition has announced the Barristers and solicitor’s firms with the best win ratio in the Technology and Construction Court.

Over the last three years Hugh James Solicitors have had a 67% win rate in their appearances in the Technology and Construction Court.

Serena Cheng of Atkin Chambers has enjoyed 100% win rates in her appearances in the court. Honorable mention also deserves Anneliese Day Q.C. from 4 New Square who had 10 appearances in the court at 80%.

Premonition has the world’s largest legal database and can offer its UK clients detailed analysis of all results of almost 12000 High Court cases. A surprising range of businesses and firms are using the data supplied in many ways.

For example, to reduce the risk of losses by instructing those barristers with good track records, to select the solicitors’ firms with similar pedigree and to use the mass data to help predict insurance liability from events leading to litigation.

Ian Dodd, UK Director Premonition



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