We are delighted to announce that Abigail Healey has been appointed as a partner at Quillon Law, having joined the firm as a Consultant in October 2022.
With over 15 years’ experience handling complex commercial disputes, Abigail’s areas of focus include contractual and warranty disputes, contentious trusts and civil fraud claims. Abigail also specialises in reputation management and information law, including breach of confidence, data protection, defamation and privacy matters.
Abigail commented: “I am delighted to be making the step to become a partner at Quillon Law, and look forward to continuing to work alongside Michael, Mark, Nicola and the fantastic team at the firm. Since joining the firm as a Consultant last year, it has been a pleasure to work across some of the firm’s most important litigation matters and I am excited to support the firm’s continued growth in the international commercial disputes sector.”
Partner Michael Barnett commented: “I speak for the team in saying that it has been a pleasure to work alongside Abigail since she joined the firm in October, and we are delighted to announce her appointment as a partner at Quillon Law.
“Abigail’s increasing involvement in and tremendous contribution to a number of our most important cases, as well as the life and culture of the firm generally, has made this a natural next step in the firm’s growth and development.”
News of Abigail’s joining was published in New Law Journal, 6 September 2023, and can be read here.
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