Since qualifying with the firm Jayd has focused on commercial dispute resolution. She has experience of acting across a variety of different areas including procurement challenges, judicial review challenges, shareholder disputes, contractual claims and claims arising from the sale and purchase of businesses. Jayd has also spent time on secondment to the litigation division of a major UK retailer and has specific experience of providing advice in the retail environment.   

Jayd's recent experience includes:

  • Working on a high value expert determination process in connection with a dispute pursuant to a share purchase agreement. 
  • Acting for Lombard North Central Plc in long running litigation involving allegations of unlawful termination, which was alleged to have caused losses of c.£22 million, as well as a breach of the duty of a mortgage in possession to achieve the best price reasonably obtainable in the sale of a repossessed asset. The judgment of Foxton J is precedent setting on the topic of waivers of breaches of contract. 
  • Advising a private sector organisation in relation to a public procurement challenge in the technology sector. 
  • Advising a bidder client in relation to a potential public procurement challenge in the health sector. 
  • Advising a pharmaceutical wholesaler in respect of claims by a pharmacy group concerning alleged unpaid discounts and rebates.
  • University Of Huddersfield – Bachelor's Degree, Law and Practice (2009-2013)

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