Jane is a Partner in Osborne Clarke’s litigation practice who undertakes a wide variety of contentious corporate and commercial work, both in the UK and overseas.

After over 16 years working in the City, Jane joined the Thames Valley office of Osborne Clarke in 2019 from Norton Rose Fulbright. Jane is very experienced in all forms of dispute resolution and has particular expertise in dealing with company law disputes. She regularly advises in relation to joint ventures and limited liability partnerships, directors’ duties and shareholder disputes (including unfair prejudice claims) as well as in relation to contentious insolvency and fraud.

Jane also assists clients in the design and conduct of complex and sensitive investigations in the business ethics and anti-corruption arena.

She has advised a broad spectrum of clients, in the UK and globally, including in the financial, energy and telecommunications sectors. Her recent work includes advising a global telecommunications company in relation to a procurement dispute (ICC arbitration) with regard to breach of the terms of a multi-party co-operation agreement; advising an individual in relation to claims of unfairly prejudicial conduct and breach of fiduciary duties owed to a limited liability partnership; and advising a global mining company in relation to the attempted expropriation of its assets by a foreign state.

Jane is described in the Legal 500 2019 as “a name to note” in commercial litigation.