Bridging the pond

Our innovative boutique firm, Floyd Zadkovich, advises on US and English law. With locations in New York and London, we are international commercial lawyers where you need them.

Businesses come to us for creative solutions to their most difficult issues. They seek strategic legal advice, commercial thinking and different perspectives. Our firm’s extensive cross-border experience means we are uniquely positioned to deliver this. Sector-focused, we work with top international companies and develop strong relationships. We are highly responsive to our clients’ needs and concerns, tailoring service delivery as appropriate for the specific issue at hand.

Dedicated, energetic, flexible and confident – these are qualities that define us. As outcome-driven negotiators and litigators, we devise the right strategy for solving complex problems.

Achieving results – it’s what we do.

Disclosure vs Discovery – US and English analysis

Disclosure vs Discovery – US and English analysis

Ed Floyd tackles the differences between 'disclosure' in the English litigation process and 'discovery' in the US.  Ed brings a wealth of experience dealing with document discovery battles.
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Freight payment without set-off – an exception to an exception

Freight payment without set-off – an exception to an exception

Luke Zadkovich presents a short, sharp video on the obligation to pay freight without set-off.  This fundamental principle in carriage contracts is tested in the freight forwarding context, uncovering an exception to an exception.
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Recover this! Punitive damages and Impecuniosity: UK and US courts on damages

Recover this! Punitive damages and Impecuniosity: UK and US courts on damages

Jonas Patzwall examines punitive damages in the US following the recent SCOTUS decision in Dutra Group v Batterton and impecuniosity in the recent English High Court decision in Nautical Challenge v Evergreen
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