Navdeep Shihn

Navdeep Shihn


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Navdeep Shihn

Navdeep is an Associate Solicitor who undertook an undergraduate degree in Economics and Finance after which he pursued a career in accounting before pivoting into the legal profession.

Following Navdeep’s change in profession, he obtained a Masters in Law and Business and subsequently qualified as a solicitor in December 2019.

Since qualifying as a Litigation Solicitor, Navdeep has obtained a wide range of experience in high value, complex commercial disputes including debt recovery, breach of contract, misrepresentation, construction, employment as well as cross jurisdictional disputes.

Recent Client Work

  • Acted for a commercial funder in a cross jurisdictional claim regarding a breach of contract/funding agreement and breach of Directors duties by a Nasdaq listed company with an estimated of $4 billion.
  • Acted in a Commercial Court claim for a wealthy Saudi Sheikh regarding an oral loan dispute valued at £30 million containing cross jurisdictional issues.
  • Advised a privately held company regarding a claim for deceit and misrepresentation in the High Court valued at £13 million, reaching settlement prior to the conclusion of trial.
  • Acted in two separate cross jurisdictional breach of contract claims against a prominent Lebanese Bank valued at £1.5 million and $4 million respectively, resulting from the Lebanese banking crisis.
  • Acted in a multi-million-pound property dispute, in the First Tier Property Tribunal, following an individual dying intestate with related proceedings taking place in the County Court.
  • Acted for a hotel chain regarding a breach of contract claim and successfully negotiated a substantially reduced settlement.
  • Actively managed and acted in various successful multi-jurisdictional Privy Council appeals from Jamaica and Mauritius to name but a few. (Blue Lagoon Beach Hotel & Co Ltd v Assessment Review Committee and other; Traille Caribbean Ltd v Cable & Wireless Jamaica Ltd; The Attorney General and another v The Jamaican Bar Association)
  • Advocated on behalf of a client against counsel, in an interlocutory application for costs by the Defendant.
  • Acted for a company in an employment claim and successfully negotiated settlement prior to trial.