At 2TG, we act on behalf of professional services firms of all disciplines and sizes across a broad range of practice areas. Our experience extends to practices and individuals in the legal, accountancy, financial services, real estate, healthcare, construction, management consultancy and IT professions.
We fully understand the commercial, regulatory and reputational issues facing the different professions and are able to provide advise across all these areas. Often the challenges facing partnerships are unique and require especially sensitive handling.
Our barristers specialise in professional liability matters, defending claims of alleged professional negligence and clinical negligence. We act on an impressive range of cases, from comparatively modest professional liability claims by private individuals to multi-million-pound international claims in a wide variety of complex commercial contexts. We are also expert advising on insurance issues concerning professional indemnity insurance policies, particularly in relation to issues of coverage and the proper meaning and interpretation of policy terms.
We have considerable expertise in handling disciplinary, regulatory and investigation proceedings in this ever-increasing landscape and provide an in-depth knowledge of a wide range of professions and disciplinary tribunals, especially to solicitors and barristers, accountants and healthcare professionals, including doctors and dentists.
In addition to our experience in relation to professional irregularities and misconduct, we are expert in other matters concerning partnership and management liability, including directors’ and officers’ liability, the increasingly prevalent issue of cyber liability and employment practices liability.
We are regularly sought after by professional services firms for our expertise in the field of business protection. We draw on our combined experience in employment law, commercial law and civil fraud to advise in cases concerning the protection of assets, including security of confidential information and fidelity of key staff. It is noteworthy that we are regularly instructed by highly regarded employment law firms to act in relation to their own workforce investigations and litigation.