Jake Stacey

Associate Solicitor Dispute Resolution | Bath
Direct: 01225 750073
Office: 01225 750000
Mob: 07720 895773

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I have ten years’ experience in commercial litigation, specialising in construction disputes.

I am a Solicitor in the Commercial Dispute Resolution Team. I have considerable experience of dealing with a variety of construction disputes, as well as property and commercial disputes. I act for private individuals and companies. I have experience of adjudication and arbitration as well as litigation, and I also have experience in insurance disputes and so can advise on a broad range of matters.

I am a firm believer in the effectiveness of mediation and other ADR in settlement of disputes. My aim is to develop meaningful and long-term client relationships based on mutual trust, in order to help my clients reach a practical, cost-effective resolution to their disputes.

I live in Bath with my family. Outside work I play drums in a band, and enjoy playing cricket, watching rugby and going mountain biking.


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