Dimag Feridun

Dimag Feridun is a solicitor who specialises in civil and commercial dispute resolution. She acts for both claimants and defendants on a broad range of small to high-value complex claims including cross-border disputes. She advises clients on complex contractual disputes, dispute resolution following the breakdown of commercial relationships, claims for withheld VAT in Missing Trader Intra-community (MTIC) fraud cases, professional negligence, asset tracing and recovery and interim applications for world-wide freezing orders.
Dimag also  advises clients on non-contentious corporate and commercial matters including commercial agreements (such as supply of goods and services, manufacturing, distribution, agency and confidentiality agreements), debt recovery, share and asset sales and purchases. In addition, Dimag’s experience involves resolving disputes through alternative means, including negotiation, mediation and arbitration.
Prior to joining Morgan Rose’s commercial litigation team, Dimag advised corporate clients in across a variety of industry sectors, including manufacturing, automotive and pharmaceutical, and gained international arbitration experience involving complex contractual disputes.

Dimag speaks fluent French and Turkish.

England and Wales - 2014
Istanbul - 2012

Qualified Lawyers’ Transfer Scheme – 2014
University College London – Master of Laws (LL.M.) in International Business Law – 2009
University of Geneva – Master of Laws (LL.M.) in Economic Law – 2008
University of Geneva – Bachelor of Laws – 2007

Member of Law Society of England and Wales
Member of Istanbul Bar
Committee Member of Cypriot Lawyers Society (London)

Recent Examples of Work
  • Acting for multiple foreign commodities trading companies in +$450m conversion/consignment claims brought by a European bank at the Commercial Court of High Court of Justice;
  • Acting for a claimant company in obtaining a delivery up order before the Chancery Division of the High Court of Justice for the return £2m worth of company assets;
  • Acting for an appellant company in the First-Tier Tribunal (Tax and Chancery Chamber) in a £2m input VAT credit appeal against HMRC involving VAT triangulation;
  • Acting for an appellant company in the Upper Tribunal (Tax and Chancery Chamber) in proceedings against HMRC for withheld VAT involving allegations of Missing Trader Intra-Community (MTIC) fraud;
  • Acting for a private investor in tracing funds and securing an order under section 10a of Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 confiscation proceedings for repayment of a substantial amount of defrauded monies held in an overseas account.
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