Simon Silver

Simon has built a busy practice as a general litigator. Having obtained a first- class honours degree with an award for obtaining one of the highest grades in all degrees for that academic year, Simon completed the Legal Practice Course with a distinction. Simon subsequently joined a niche litigation firm where he proceeded to practice for nearly nine years. Leaving as a partner, Simon joined SBP Law in April 2019.

Simon went on to be the Managing Partner of SBP Law but left in 2024 in order to have more freedom to concentrate on his own practice.

Since qualification, Simon has taken an active decision not to specialise in any one area of dispute resolution. This has enabled Simon to incorporate different areas of the law into each of the cases, thereby ensuring that all avenues are considered.

Clients comment on Simon’s personal touch, desire, tenacity and passion when acting for his clients. Simon is often aggressive yet commercially astute and pragmatic. He never gives up trying to pursue the best possible result for his clients.

Simon always offers a personal approach to each client whether as the sole solicitor, leading a team or overseeing a more junior fee earner. Simon prides himself on always being available to talk personally to every client about their case. The size of the case is not an issue since he deals with small claims matters to multi-million-pound cases.

The areas of practice Simon deals with include (but are not limited to) the following:

  • Arbitration
  • Civil fraud/freezing injunctions
  • Cohabitation disputes
  • Company and commercial disputes
  • Construction law
  • Contract disputes
  • Contentious probate
  • Court of protection
  • Debt recovery
  • Employment law
  • Family and Children law
  • Insolvency disputes
  • Intellectual property disputes
  • Judicial Review
  • Licencing disputes
  • Professional negligence
  • Landlord and Tenant
  • Real estate disputes
  • Religious arbitrations in the Beis Din
  • Shareholder disputes
  • Tort claims
  • Travel cases
  • Trust disputes