Patrick Selley

Dispute Resolution Litigation & Arbitration

Specialist Dispute Resolution Lawyer, Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators and Accredited Mediator.

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Patrick’s Philosophy

The same professionalism and legal expertise as is routinely available to Banks and Institutions should equally be available to all. Advice should above all, be practical.

Patrick strongly believes in using flexible approaches to dispute resolution and if litigation can be avoided altogether on terms that work then this should be regarded as a successful outcome to any dispute. When conducting litigation it is vital to keep things focused and efficient rather than to adopt a ‘kitchen sink’ style of litigation and engage in correspondence that merely serves to increase costs. When your opponent cannot resist sending three multi page letters a day then obviously these need to be managed but sorting the substance from the ‘noise’, creates a more efficient way through such situations.

Patrick is equally at home co-ordinating a team conducting a large international arbitration for an institutional client or in providing assistance to individuals who need help in navigating their way through the law.

Patrick worked in the City of London and Hong Kong as well as a large national practice before joining  Keystone Law – London in 2009. Keystone as a business model encourages efficiency and effective collaboration. These values facilitate like-minded lawyers to deliver their services to satisfied clients. It is an approach that with a successful AIM listing in 2017 and the Law Firm of the Year Award in 2020 works.

Discourage litigation. Persuade your neighbour to compromise whenever you can. As a peacemaker the lawyer has a superior opportunity of being a good man. There will still be business enough.
Abraham Lincoln


Case Studies

Is my bank retaliating?

Is my bank retaliating?

I run a logistics company and recently claimed compensation from my bank through the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) as I strongly believe we were a victim…

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Bank Called In Loan

Bank Called In Loan

Two years ago I took out a business loan. My business has been repaying it since then, I made underpayments for three months with banks approval due to cash-flow difficulties…

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Business borrower?

Business borrower?

What actually constitutes mis-selling will vary in each case but it is likely that borrowers were of the understanding that they were ultimately only liable for 25% of the original…

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Patrick Selley. Keystone Law, 48 Chancery Lane, London, WC2A 1JF.

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