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"… according to peers, [Morgan Lewis] enjoys a "heavyweight" reputation in handling disputes concerning insurance and fraud-related issues. …Rivals credit Robert Goldspink … as having "built a more substantial practice in London than many other US firms." (Chambers & Partners 2003)
Robert is the Managing partner of the London office and head of Morgan Lewis's International Litigation and Arbitration practice in London. His cases usually involve multi-jurisdictional financial or commercial disputes and often issues of fraud.
In over 25 years of practice he has represented banks, companies and government agencies in many substantial cases involving teams of lawyers and other advisers in many different countries.
He is cited as one of London's leading commercial litigation lawyers by Chambers and Partners' Guide to the Legal Profession, The Legal 500, Legal Experts, Guide to the World's Leading Litigation Lawyers and An International Who's Who of Commercial Arbitrators. He is also cited in The International Who's Who of Business Lawyers and Who's Who in the Law.
Robert earned praise in Chambers UK: A Client's Guide to the UK Legal Profession (2008), for being an "exceptional operator" who is valued by sources for his "wisdom and experience." He is also described as "a venerable figure in the litigation community" and someone who "commands the respect of a clientele composed of industry heavyweights" whose peers enjoy dealing with him." Finally, he is credited for "always going the extra mile" in clients' interests, and for putting together a "top-notch" team for clients.
Robert was instrumental in setting up the Court of Appeal's mediation system in England in 1998 and is an accredited mediator.
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