The Litigation Department is headed by Angharad Woodland who is a specialist litigator. Having bought and sold a number of businesses for herself, Angharad brings a particular commercial ability to every case and is known for her particular expertise in Partnership Disputes where her skills as a mediator ensure that such disputes are dealt with in a way that facilitates resolution rather than litigation.
Angharad also has a particular interest in all aspects of construction disputes, counting many construction companies, both large and small, as regular clients.
Angharad is also available to sit as an independent point of appeal in employment matters and regularly carries out this function for first time clients of Woodland Davies.
At Woodland Davies we recognise that no-one in their right mind chooses to become embroiled in the civil justice system but, when difficult decisions are required, we will provide you with all of the advice and information you need about your prospects of success, the risks you face and the potential costs to enable you to make informed decisions.
Whatever your dispute, it is
likely we have seen it before so you have nothing to lose by contacting us for
an initial assessment. Such initial assessments are usually free for new
Woodland Davies is proud of offer expert advice in all of the following areas:
- Contract Disputes
- Debt Recovery (including Small Claims)
- Building Disputes
- Boundary and Land Disputes
- Employment Claims for Employers and Employees
- Claims arising out of Wills, Trusts and Estates
- Landlord Possession Claims
- Professional Negligence
- Personal Injury
Angharad is the Managing Partner of Woodland Davies and qualified as a solicitor after completing her Law Degree in Nottingham
and her Post Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice (LPC) in Cardiff.
Angharad trained as a solicitor in Neath and moved to a specialist litigation role in Exeter on qualification.
She was then offered the opportunity to work on a large Group Litigation project
for a well known firm in Bristol which involved losses suffered by Welsh and
English ex-miners as a result of solicitors’ negligence. This resulted in her
chairing a steering committee consisting of the leading personal injury and
professional negligence firms in the UK and gave rise to a Wales This
Week television program following Angharad and her (mostly) Welsh clients.
Angharad is the secretary to the Herefordshire,
Breconshire and Radnorshire Incorporated Law Society (HBRILS) and the Mini/Junior Section of Brecon RFC. She qualified as a civil mediator in 2011.
Angharad is married to Darryll and they live in Brecon with their
three sons. She enjoys escapist reading, horse riding and travelling. She is a
fluent Welsh speaker having learned Welsh as a second language.