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 and negligence in conveyancing transactions, […]
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.
A ‘silk who gets his hands dirty’ he is a ‘reassuringly thorough and tenacious advocate’ who ‘gets the right balance between being aggressive but also pragmatic and sensible’. He is ‘technically excellent’ and ‘very aware of the practical and commercial context of his advice. He is popular with clients, being ‘a pleasure to work with.’ […]
Her core areas of practice are trusts (including the taxation of trusts); all aspects of real property, and landlord and tenant; wills, probate and the administration of estates; charities; Court of Protection; and professional negligence. She was appointed to the Attorney General’s A Panel of Counsel in 2016. Kate undertakes extensive advisory work in all areas of her […]
Join us for Professional Negligence in the Will Drafting Process on Thursday, 23 September 11:00am – 12:00pm. In this webinar Katherine McQuail and Marcus Flavin will discuss the will preparation and drafting process from beginning to end, with a view to: avoiding errors that may lead to professional negligence claims and assisting to identify when and why a disappointed […]