Tom is a commercial litigation Partner with considerable experience of representing major corporates in high-value and complex commercial disputes, corporate investigations and fraud-related matters.
He is regularly retained on matters with an international dimension. He has been recognised in the legal directories for many years. His favourite reference was when Chambers & Partners said, ‘Tom is described as a lawyer who will move mountains for his clients.’ He is regularly retained by one of the Big Four Accountancy firms, certain major American Film and TV corporations, one of the pre-eminent fine art auction houses and various major financial services organisations.
Tom qualified in 1991 at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer and joined Osborne Clarke in February 2013 from Wragge & Co LLP.
Tom Ellis is a very commercial and astute partner, who understands his clients well and looks to provide advice while understanding the client’s risk appetite."
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