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Greg Flett


LLB (Hons) Aberdeen; Solicitor (Scotland) 2009

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Signet Accredited Solicitor in Commercial Litigation. Recommended in:

As an Associate in the Dispute Resolution team I work with Sheila Webster on a wide range of commercial disputes including landlord and tenant disputes, contract disputes and professional negligence actions.

I joined the Dispute Resolution department at Davidson Chalmers in 2012 and was promoted to Associate in early 2014.

I’m aware that individuals and businesses never set out to be in dispute. However, disputes of all sizes can arise in a complex array of situations. In the same way as no two disputes are alike, there is no one-size-fits-all approach to resolving them. In addition to advising clients on court actions in the Sheriff Court, Court of Session and Supreme Court if necessary, I’m always open to exploring other forms of dispute resolution where appropriate. I have successfully advised clients through negotiation, mediation, arbitration and adjudication in order to achieve their goals. Whatever the nature of the dispute you or your business may be going through, I’m able to advise on the different options available to you and guide you through whatever route you may choose.

Outside of the office, I’m a regular visitor to the gym and I’ve completed several marathons across Europe.  I also enjoy baking (to the delight of my colleagues) and exploring all that Edinburgh has to offer.

What Others Say:

The Chambers UK Guide to the Legal Profession 2017 notes:

The "very switched-on" Greg Flett earns praise from sources for his diligence. He regularly assists with dilapidations claims and planning litigation, among other matters. "He is technically very strong and he is savvy enough to deal with cases in a way that gets a resolution for the client." 

He is a new entry to the rankings, backed by extensive support for his "very strong client focus" and ability to "provide advice and guidance very promptly."


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