Our team delivers an exceptional service, working closely with clients to achieve the best possible results throughout the life of a dispute.
We consider carefully with our clients the respective merits of each party’s position, focusing on the real issues in dispute, the risks involved and the suitability of all forms of resolution, be it by way of litigation or alternative forms of dispute resolution (ADR) such as mediation or expert determination, thereby keeping your costs in check.
- Successfully acting for a director/shareholder in respect of injunctive proceedings arising out of a dispute with a fellow director.
- Successful claim for repayment of substantial loans to a borrower for gambling in London casinos. Consideration of Gaming Acts, Consumer Credit Act and allegations of breach of fiduciary duty.
- Successful claim in four jurisdictions relating to the misappropriation of assets by a former professional advisor.
- Injunctions and substantive proceedings over allegations of breach of distributorship agreement and misuse of domain names and websites.
- House of Lords negligence case re: duty of care and statutory powers. The local authority applied for an order to close the claimants’ nursing home without notice. The claimants subsequently sought damages from the local authority for breach of duty of care ending in an ECHR claim, which settled favourably.
- Successfully acting for a minority shareholder in an unfair prejudice petition relating to shares and property in the UK and Russia. The case settled for a large seven-figure sum.
- Partnership dispute between two surgeons and a lay partner.
- Pursuing and settling substantial complaint of defective goods in engineering context.
- Successfully acting for shareholder claimants in a double derivative claim involving UK and Hong Kong companies. Seeking injunctions and securing damages.
- Substantial High Court claims for breach of commercial referral agreement.
- Substantial High court claims for non-delivery of goods by a supplier and damages for deceit.
- Negligence claim against solicitors for failure to advise in respect of compulsory purchase orders on acquisition of a commercial property.
- Successfully varying an order requiring a wife to disclose her financial affairs and obtaining a freezing order restraining her husband from dealing with specified accounts and mandates, and requiring him to disclose those accounts.