Dawn is an Associate Director in the international arbitration and international disputes team at Osborne Clarke. She advises clients on a wide range of commercial disputes, often with a cross-border element.She is experienced in running complex High Court claims as well as arbitral proceedings. With particular expertise in the technology sector, Dawn acts for a range of clients in complex technology disputes, and is noted by the 2013 Chambers and Partners as a ‘specialist IT litigator’ with ‘great technical knowledge’ and is ‘highlighted in particular for the quality of her counsel on strategic and commercial decisions’.
Her recent experience includes obtaining an emergency without notice injunction for a regulatory client, which enabled a multimillion-pound corporate deal to proceed, advising a technology client in a high-value breach of contract claim and assisting a number of corporate clients in complex transaction disputes.
Dawn qualified as a solicitor in 2005 and joined Osborne Clarke in 2008, having previously worked at Nabarro in London.
Consequential loss, but not as we know it: Commercial Court upholds a wide interpretation of a consequential loss exclusion
A Commercial Court judgment has given a wide interpretation of a contractual exclusion for “consequential or special losses, damages or expenses“, going beyond the traditional, narrower interpretation of consequential loss…