John Yianni Joins Fletcher Day

Published: 15 December 2014

John joined Fletcher Day in December 2014 and is Legal Adviser to the firm’s commercial and property litigation department.

As an entrepreneur initially operating his own companies, John then graduated from Bar School in 2012 obtaining the highest possible grade of "Outstanding", and was subsequently called to the Bar of England and Wales.

Upon graduating from Bar School John spent two years working within barristers Chambers, where he gained considerable experience and expertise in written advocacy. John has also acted for various companies as an in-house lawyer, as well as professional footballers, providing commercially sensible advice in a broad spectrum of complex matters.

John now acts for a wide variety of clients to include companies, small businesses, and individuals. He has quickly built a reputation amongst his clients for his fearless litigation style while also maintaining a balanced approach when advising as to strategy.

John handles complex contractual and landlord and tenant matters, and also acts in costs disputes for clients taking action against their former solicitors’ Bill of Costs.  Additionally, John has handled and continues to deal with medium to high value personal injury claims for both claimants and defendants / insurers, whether liability is in issue or otherwise.

John is a member of The Honourable Society of Inner Temple and had won a major award from the Inn to undertake the Bar Professional Training Course. Upon completion of the course John won a further prize for his "Outstanding" performance.

Outside of the office John plays football and is the vice-captain of his football club. John also enjoys dining out and socialising with friends, and has satisfied his passion for restaurants by investing in a small Greek restaurant in the West End

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