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Individually ranked by independent legal bible Chambers UK, commercial litigation expert Craig Williams has an excellent reputation for solving disputes in the corporate sector. Described as a “phenomenally good solicitor”, Craig has been singled out for his “unflappability” and praise for providing “pragmatic, impartial advice”.
Appointed a partner at B P Collins LLP in 2010, he specialises in resolving disputes in the factoring and trade finance, waste management and environmental sectors, where he has also acted for corporate clients on a number of regulatory matters.
Craig also shares his skills with clients in the private sector, handling a range of matters involving wills, trusts and probate. He has a particular emphasis on contentious inheritance disputes and has built up an impressive track record at court and a vast amount of experience in dealing with litigation on the validity of testamentary documents, claims under the Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependents) Act 1975 and disputes regarding the administration of trusts and estates.
Craig has been involved in many reported decisions in the courts. Among them is one of the leading cases on interpleader proceedings, uncovering fraudulent evidence in a trade finance dispute and, in the contentious inheritance arena, a successful challenge on the validity of a will on the basis that it was a forgery.
Craig is also an experienced mediation advocate and is an accredited mediator with CEDR. He has settled a variety of commercial and private client disputes using a wide range of alternative dispute resolution mechanisms.
In his spare time, Craig enjoys the challenges of rock climbing and mountain walking.
Craig joined B P Collins as a trainee solicitor in 2001 and qualified into the litigation and dispute resolution practice group two years later. He was appointed partner in 2010.
Craig studied law at Warwick University and graduated in 2000. He completed his Legal Practice Course in Bristol in 2001.
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