People / Mark Fitch
- Mark Fitch
- Job title:
- Partner, Dispute Resolution and Mediation
- Individual Disputes / Corporate Disputes / Specialist Disputes / Civil and Commercial Mediation / Mediation in the Workplace / Civil or commercial dispute? Choose us to mediate
- 01603 660 811
- 01603 619 473
I am a Dispute Resolution and Mediation Partner at Hatch Brenner. I specialise in Dispute Resolution, acting either for claimants or for defendants. I am experienced in a wide range of disputes, and particularly relish professional negligence and contested probate matters.
I am also an experienced Civil Mediator, having completed over 50 mediations in diverse areas such as building disputes, specialist agency claims and probate disputes.
With over 20 years experience post qualification, I have been at Hatch Brenner for 18 years.
I studied at Huddersfield and continue to support Huddersfield Town Football Club. I am also a previous captain of the Norfolk and Norwich Legal Golfing Society.
What do others say?
The Legal 500 has described Mark as “an excellent lawyer, with a no-nonsense approach to putting his neck on the line,” and, “giving some bang for your buck.” They have also described the firm as “compassionate and professional”, and Mark as a “skilled litigator and mediator” with a “broad practice which includes commercial disputes.”
‘We had tried to deal with an insurance claim against us without success and felt out of our depth. Mark was very understanding and supportive and his secretary was also very professional in a ‘human’ way. Thanks to Mark, we were able to prevent the claim against us going ahead.’
‘Handled most expertly by Mark and his team. Warm reception to myself and family and any problems that arose were ironed out quickly and with little fuss.’
‘Mark fought this case with determination and focus and achieved a very satisfactory outcome.’
‘I received an excellent and professional service and would highly recommend Hatch Brenner to others. In particular Mr Fitch and his secretary for their professionalism. ’