Gurpreet Sanghera


Gurpreet is a Partner in the firm’s Disputes group. She is an experienced and skilled commercial litigator and prides herself on taking a commercial approach to litigation in order to achieve the best outcome for her clients.

Having worked in the City for 8 years before joining the firm in 2012, Gurpreet has an extensive and broad range of expertise which includes breach of contract; property litigation; professional negligence and insolvency related issues. She has experience in dealing with cases in the High Court, County Courts and Tribunals and has been involved in a number of mediations.

Since joining Simkins Gurpreet has undertaken a variety of work. Recent cases include acting for a TV production company with respect to a claim for breach of contract and loss of opportunity; successfully settling a claim against a distribution company with respect to a dispute over royalty payments; advising financial institutions and investors on issues relating to default provisions under their loan agreement and enforcement; and successfully settling an asbestos related claim against a well known supermarket.

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