Shoosmiths supercharges disputes team with Solomonic litigation insights

Shoosmiths has strengthened its dedication to delivering excellent advice to clients through a new partnership with leading litigation intelligence and data analytics platform Solomonic.

Solomonic provides an extensive litigation intelligence platform that enables litigation professionals to bring fresh perspectives to clients. The partnership further enhances the expertise within Shoosmiths’ disputes team by providing new access to rich data.

Shoosmiths offers a comprehensive range of litigation and dispute resolution services with a particular focus on technology, automotive, financial services and real estate disputes, all covered by the Solomonic database.

Alex Bishop, partner and national head of dispute resolution and litigation at Shoosmiths, said: “Shoosmiths is very pleased to be partnering with Solomonic. Whenever we introduce new technology or innovations into our firm, we always do so with our clients in mind. The data Solomonic provides will enable our lawyers to provide more nuanced perspectives for cases which are data-driven and will contribute further to Shoosmiths providing an excellent client experience when handling disputes.”

Edward Bird, CEO of Solomonic, commented: “We are thrilled to have Shoosmiths on board, and we eagerly anticipate contributing to their already exceptional approach to thoughtful advice. Our data impressively ranks them among the top 10 litigation firms on multiple metrics, and their commitment to embracing data insights underscores their dedication to innovation. We are excited to see how our data will empower Shoosmiths even further.”

Solomonic’s recent analysis for 2022 and the first half of 2023 puts Shoosmiths in the top 10 litigation firms in the UK overall, based on the volume and value of claims it handles, with an average claim value of £19m.  Shoosmiths has handled more than 900 disputes in the English High Court since 2014. Clients include FTSE 250 companies, major property developers, and many major banks.


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