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John Ward

Partner, Dispute Resolution & Insolvency

Based in our Coventry Office, John was a cabinet maker before changing career.  He trained as a solicitor and became a Partner with BTTJ in 2006.   John is also an accredited Mediator.  John has 20 years of experience and his areas of practice include Insolvency, Debt Collection and Civil Dispute Resolution.

John is known for his plain speaking and no-nonsense approach to Dispute Resolution. He is acutely aware of the need to resolve disputes constructively, comprehensively and cost-effectively. Wherever possible he will seek to achieve this through negotiation, thereby avoiding the cost or delay of Court processes.

John can be a tough adversary. When confronted with difficult or stubborn situations John is more than willing to ‘take the gloves off’ and shape up for a fight if that means getting the best result for his client.

John advises businesses, individuals and office-holders on a broad range of contentious and non-contentious Insolvency issues, including advising on and assisting in the realisation of assets from insolvent estates, business rescue, Bankruptcy, and Director Disqualification issues.

Latest blog posts...

High Court Ordered Damages in Reported Fraudulent Misrepresentation Case

22nd November 2017
News Plus

Case: Dhaliwal v Hussain and another [2017] EWHC 2655 (Ch) (31 October 2017) (Bailii)   John Ward, Partner at Brindley Twist Tafft & James, has successfully represented a claimant in a reported Fraudulent Misrepresentation case. The case concerned the sale of a dental practice and the High Court awarded his client (the purchaser) damages for fraudulent misrepresentation.  The...