He has appeared in numerous leading cases, including the very important and well-known banking and solicitors’ breach of trust case AIB v Redler in the Supreme Court, the major, and very high value, banking dispute in Rosserlane v Credit Suisse and in Dreamvar v Mishcon de Reya, a landmark case on solicitors’ breach of trust […]
He is recognised as an excellent advocate and adviser by both Chambers UK Bar and The Legal 500 UK Bar, and is the former Chairman of the Midland Commercial and Chancery Bar.
‘Phillips v Barclays Bank PLC and the potential expansion of the Quincecare duty’ and ‘An Introduction to the Commercial Rent (Coronavirus) Act 2022’
Junior Programme: Commercial webinar on ‘Phillips v Barclays Bank PLC and the potential expansion of the Quincecare duty’ and ‘An Introduction to the Commercial Rent (Coronavirus) Act 2022’ presented by Andrew Brown and James Fagan. Phillips v Barclays Bank PLC and the potential expansion of the Quincecare duty Andrew will discuss the Court of Appeal […]
Join us on Wednesday, 22 September 1PM – 1:45PM for What Next for Prince Andrew? presented by Josh Lewison. In this lunchtime webinar, Josh explores the options open to a party who is sued in a foreign jurisdiction. Should they contest the case? Should they ignore the proceedings? Are they in a position to compromise? […]
On Wednesday 30 March, Matthew Weaver QC hosted a webinar on Directors’ Duties post COVID-19. Matthew discusses the current situation in respect of directors’ duties, developments in that area over the last few years and issues which have arisen as a result of and following the COVID pandemic and the legislative steps taken to deal […]