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Euan Palmer


Euan is a partner in the Disputes team at Greenwoods GRM, with 19 years’ experience practising in the UK.

After originally qualifying and practising in New Zealand, Euan moved to the UK in 2001. He is qualified as a Solicitor-Advocate with Rights of Audience in the Higher Courts.  Euan joined us from Rosling King in June 2020.

He advises across a range of commercial disputes, including unfair prejudice petitions and shareholder claims, warranty disputes under Share Purchase Agreements, and commercial fraud and consequential asset tracing claims. He has significant experience in claims commonly arising out of company insolvencies, in particular pursuing directors for breach of duty, fraud, preference and wrongful trading claims, and has also advised in auditor negligence claims.

Euan also has considerable experience in international disputes, with a particular focus on the oil & gas industry, and has represented clients in the UK High Courts, and in international arbitrations including ICC and LCIA. Within the oil & gas sector he has acted on both sides of Operator/Contractor disputes arising out of drilling services disputes (onshore and offshore) and has acted in operator/non-operator disputes arising out of transportation and asset sharing agreements, farm-ins, JVs, and other inter-operator agreements.

Every four years and during most Autumn Internationals Euan becomes quite a patriotic All Blacks supporter (maybe not so much in 2019) and is an all year round keen and competent golfer. Euan is happy to accept challenges on that one.  He speaks a level of Spanish just good enough to have created issues with his in-laws and can still skate backwards.

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