Laurence Page has a broad commercial practice in domestic and international arbitration and litigation. His work encompasses high value commercial litigation, professional liability, construction and insurance law. He is particularly sought out for professional negligence disputes arising from complex transactions and tax planning schemes. His quantitative economics background is an asset in cases requiring detailed knowledge of financial products and complex accounting issues.
Laurence is frequently retained in litigation concerning allegations of fraud, dishonesty or other impropriety and has significant experience of acting in urgent applications for freezing injunctions, search orders and orders for disclosure of information.
Contributor to Construction All Risks Insurance (Sweet & Maxwell)
Contributor to Insurance Broking Practice and the Law, edited by CMS Cameron McKenna (INforma looseleaf)
Lincolns Inn: Lord Denning Scholarship, Wolfson Scholarship, Buchanan Prize
King’s College London: Sir Eric Scowen Prize (highest mark in MA)
LSE: highest mark in dissertation finals
Bar Council: International Legal Practice Development Grants (x2)
Member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators
London School of Economics, Bsc
King’s College London, MA
College of Law, LLB
COMBAR, BILA, TECBAR, PNBA, YFLA