We are noted especially for the commercial and practical approach we adopt in the resolution of disputes and the quality and clarity of advice that we deliver in an efficient and approachable manner.
Our approach has been recognised by the legal directories and reflected in frequent praise of members across a number of practice areas.
This breadth of ability in chambers allows members with expertise in complementary fields to work together in teams to deliver the appropriate skills to service clients' needs.
Was a contractor responsible for causing a fire at a large aggregate processing plant on the Thames near Greenwich? The Court of Appeal decides that the contractor had not acted in breach of duty; and that the fire was not reasonably foreseeable.
In a decision likely to be of interest to lenders and receivers, the Court has found that a lender potentially had a duty to obtain the best price reasonably obtainable on the sale of a property even after the appointment of receivers acting as agents of the borrower.
The Court of Appeal has given judgment in a claim based on allegations of fraudulent misrepresentation made in connection with the sale of an established and well-known New Bond Street art gallery.