Victoria Windle

Called to Bar:
2001
Practice areas:
Degrees:
MA (Cantab), (Princess Royal Scholar, Inner Temple)

The independent legal directory Legal 500 2015 recognises Victoria in Commercial Litigation, commenting that she is “A first-class junior, who provides excellent analysis of the law and exemplary response times.” Victoria is also ranked in Chambers UK 2016 in Employment law: “Tremendously bright and hard-working, and able to see the big picture.” “She is a strong team player, who will keep looking for new angles to find a solution the client needs.”

Professional Experience

Victoria practices in all areas of commercial law, with a particular emphasis on civil fraud, and cases involving employment issues. 

Membership of professional bodies:

COMBAR, ELA

Commercial

Victoria has extensive experience of a broad range of commercial litigation, with an emphasis on pure contract and fraud cases. She has particular expertise in obtaining interlocutory injunctions, freezing and disclosure orders and applications for pre-action and third party disclosure orders, including obtaining such orders urgently and out of hours, and against persons unknown.  Victoria has also advised in relation to and prepared applications for committal for contempt.

Victoria has advised in respect of the lawfulness of tools and techniques used to monitor and detect wrongdoing by employees, schemes for the provision of financial services, the impact of import and export licence obligations, data protection issues and partnerships.  She has been involved in cases regarding the construction and effect of regulations made by the financial regulatory bodies.

Fraud

Victoria has a strong civil fraud practice, having advised on or appeared in a wide range of civil fraud cases. She has particular expertise in obtaining interlocutory injunctions, freezing and disclosure orders and applications for pre-action and third party disclosure orders, including obtaining such orders urgently and out of hours.  

Victoria has advised in respect of the lawfulness of tools and techniques used to monitor and detect wrongdoing by employees. 

Current and recent work

  • Mercedes HPP v Hoyle [2015]
    Instructed for Claimant in a claim against an existing employee for breach of duties of confidence. Involved a without notice application for evidence preservation and delivery up, and return date to obtain computer imaging and put in place a mechanism for interrogating the images, in anticipation of a speedy trial. Led by Paul Goulding QC.
  • [Confidential] [2015]
    Advising a large multinational corporation about the merits of a committal application for contempt of court, in the context of a deliberate and repeated breach of a court order, and preparing that application. Application ultimately not issued.
  • [Confidential] [2015] arbitration under LCIA Rules
    Acting for the Respondent to a claim for restitution and/or breach of contract in relation to the sale and purchase of gold. Claim includes a counterclaim alleging deceit and fraudulent misrepresentation. Arbitration ongoing.
  • Calor Gas Ltd v Jenkin & Others QBD [2015]
    Acting, with Anthony Peto QC, for the Claimant in a claim seeking interim and permanent injunctions in relation to breaches of covenants contained in a Sale and Purchase Agreement. Victoria subsequently advised in relation to a potential committal application for breach of the Order made by consent.
  • [Confidential] [2015] Arbitration
    Acting for the Respondent to an arbitration claim against a very senior former employee for breach of post-termination restrictive covenants, including non-solicitation covenants, in the context of a successful investment firm. Arbitration settled.
  • Ignis v Heming Ch D [2015]
    Acting for the Claimant in a claim for breach of contract and confidence, breach of the Database Regulations and of copyright, and for conversion. Claim was made against an employee on garden leave, and involved successfully applying without notice for an order for delivery up of the Claimant’s documents and programs, and imaging of the Defendant’s computer.  Claim subsequently settled.
  • Bibby Distribution Ltd v (1) DHL Supply Chain Ltd (2) Nisa Retail Ltd Ch D [2014]
    Acting, with Robert Howe, on behalf Second Defendants in a case involving allegations of breach of confidence, fraudulent misrepresentation and conspiracy. Case ongoing.
  • Hawk Capital Ltd v Bergman & Others Ch D [2014]
    Acting, with Anthony Peto QC, for the Claimant in a claim seeking interim injunctions in relation to existing and threatened breaches of duty owed to an LLP, and permission to continue a derivative action in relation to the LLP. 
  • [Confidential] [2014]
    Acting on behalf of applicants seeking to enforce against a senior ex-employee and shareholder in an arbitration in New York under AAA rules restrictive covenants contained in a Management Shareholders’ Agreement.  Involves allegations of breach of covenants and misappropriation of confidential information, and issues in relation to jurisdiction and enforceability, and obtaining in this jurisdiction injunctions in support of foreign arbitration proceedings.
  • [Confidential]
    Advising claimant regarding a claim against a former managing director of an investment bank, regarding damages for failure to perform role, breach of fiduciary duty, wrongful expenses claims and negligence.  Claim ongoing.
  • [Confidential]
    Advising claimant in complex potential claim in relation to misappropriated shares in a Russian company.  Involving issues of jurisdiction, proper law, service out, foreign law and limitation.  Causes of action include breach of trust, fiduciary duty and contract; deceit; conspiracy.
  • [Confidential] [2014]
    Acted on behalf of a supervising solicitor resisting an order by the respondent to a computer imaging order, and seeking clarification of the process by which the computer images taken pursuant to the imaging order would be inspected, and disclosure made by the supervising solicitor directly to the claimant.
  • Next v Rackspace QBD [2014]
    Obtained a Norwich Pharmacal order in order to identify the origin of malicious activity in the form of denial of service attacks on the applicant.
  • [Confidential] QBD [2014]
    Acting for a Claimant making a committal application in respect of false evidence in an affidavit made in the context of High Court litigation, and preparing the application.  Application ultimately not issued.
  • [Confidential]
    Acting for Claimant in arbitration proceedings regarding a claim arising out of a British Virgin Islands partnership, and in relation to counterclaim alleging breaches of fiduciary duty. Case ongoing.
  • Target Fixing v Hall Ch D [2013]
    Acted for the Respondent to an application for orders providing for delivery up, provision of information, evidence preservation and restraining the Respondent from commercial activities, including entering into contracts.
  • Payzone v Charmatz [2013] EWHC 4428 (Ch)
    Acted for the Claimant in successfully seeking restitution of monies paid on behalf of the Defendant in discharge of tax liabilities. Involved issues of unjust enrichment.
  • Re:creation v Joslin, Ch D [2013]
    Acting for the Claimant in a claim against an ex-director, shareholder and employee for debt, damages and various breaches of the Companies Act 2006, and involving a counterclaim for wrongful dismissal and breaches of contract, and issues of interaction with an associated unfair prejudice petition. Case settled.
  • Freemantle Media Group Limited v Ousey, Ch. D [2013] 
    Acting on behalf of Claimant in High court proceedings regarding deceit, fraudulent misrepresentation, breach of trust and breach of contract.  Included obtaining a freezing order.  Case settled.  
  • Fauel & Fauel v Grieg & others, QBD [2013]
    Acted on behalf of Claimants in a claim involving allegations of deceit, misrepresentations, unjust enrichment, knowing receipt, and dishonest assistance, conspiracy.  Included obtaining a freezing order and interim injunctions.  Case settled.
  • Jose Cuervo v Ayaz Ali QBD [2013]
    Acted, with Robert Howe QC, for the Claimant in successfully seeking and obtaining computer imaging and freezing orders against a defendant who had failed to pay sums due under a settlement agreement made in respect of fraudulent conduct.  
  • [Confidential] [2013]
    Advising a professional services company which acted as an independent external investigator into allegations of wrongdoing and cover-up in a public organisation, in a high profile case.  Provided advice on issues including data protection, defamation, and natural justice, as well as presentational issues and risk management.
  • [Confidential]
    Acting on behalf of Respondent in complex arbitration claim arising out of retirement of a partner in a multi-million pound investment business, with allegations of breach of fiduciary duty and contract, conspiracy and inducing breach of contract. Case ongoing.
  • Blyumkin, Nagle & Others v Jaffe, Salford Capital & Others, QBD [2013]
    Acting on behalf of Claimants in High court proceedings regarding breach of confidence and conspiracy.
  • Shell (UK) Limited v Greenpeace [2012]
    Acting on behalf of Shell UK in a claim against Greenpeace and persons unknown, arising out of the occupation of Shell petrol stations by protestors.  Included obtaining interim injunctions at short notice and against persons unknown. 

Fraud

  •  [Confidential] [2015] arbitration under LCIA Rules
    Acting for the Respondent to a claim for restitution and/or breach of contract in relation to the sale and purchase of gold. Claim includes a counterclaim alleging deceit and fraudulent misrepresentation. Arbitration ongoing.
  • Ignis v Heming Ch D [2015]
    Acting, with Robert Howe QC, for the Claimant in a claim for breach of contract and confidence, breach of the Database Regulations and of copyright, and for conversion. Claim was made against an employee on garden leave, and involved successfully applying without notice for an order for delivery up of the Claimant’s documents and programs, and imaging of the Defendant’s computer.  Claim subsequently settled.
  • [Confidential] QBD [2015]
    Instructed for the Claimant in a claim against the former managing director of an investment bank. The claim sought damages for failure to perform role, breach of fiduciary duty, wrongful expenses claims and negligence.  Claim settled just prior to trial.
  • Calor Gas Ltd v Jenkin & Others QBD [2015]
    Acting, with Anthony Peto QC, for the Claimant in a claim seeking interim and permanent injunctions in relation to breaches of covenants contained in a Sale and Purchase Agreement. Victoria subsequently advised in relation to a potential committal application for breach of the Order made by consent.
  • Bibby Distribution Ltd v (1) DHL Supply Chain Ltd (2) Nisa Retail Ltd Ch D [2014]
    Acting, with Robert Howe QC, on behalf the Second Defendants in a case involving allegations of breach of confidence, fraudulent misrepresentation and conspiracy. Case ongoing.
  • [Confidential] 2014
    Acting, with Ian Mill QC, on behalf of applicants seeking to enforce against a senior ex-employee and shareholder in an arbitration in New York under AAA rules restrictive covenants contained in a Management Shareholders’ Agreement.  Involves allegations of breach of covenants and misappropriation of confidential information, and issues in relation to jurisdiction and enforceability, and obtaining in this jurisdiction injunctions in support of foreign arbitration proceedings.
  • [Confidential] QBD 2014
    Advising claimant regarding a claim against a former managing director of an investment bank, regarding damages for failure to perform role, breach of fiduciary duty, wrongful expenses claims and negligence.  Case settled just prior to trial.
  • [Confidential] 2014
    Advising, with Anthony Peto QC, the Claimant in complex potential claim in relation to misappropriated shares in a Russian company.  Involving issues of jurisdiction, proper law, service out, foreign law and limitation.  Causes of action include breach of trust, fiduciary duty and contract; deceit; conspiracy. 
  • Next v Rackspace QBD [2014]
    Obtained a Norwich Pharmacal order in order to identify the origin of malicious activity in the form of denial of service attacks on the applicant.
  • [Confidential] 2014
    Acting for a Claimant making a committal application in respect of false evidence in an affidavit made in the context of High Court litigation.
  • [Confidential] Arbitration [2013]
    Acting for Claimant in arbitration proceedings regarding a claim arising out of a British Virgin Islands partnership, and in relation to counterclaim alleging breaches of fiduciary duty. Case ongoing.
  • Target Fixing v Hall Ch D [2013]
    Acted for the Respondent to an application for orders providing for delivery up, provision of information, evidence preservation and restraining the Respondent from commercial activities, including entering into contracts.
  • Freemantle Media Group Limited v Ousey, Ch. D [2013] 
    Acting on behalf of Claimant in High court proceedings regarding deceit, fraudulent misrepresentation, breach of trust and breach of contract.  Included obtaining a freezing order.  Case settled.
  • Fauel & Fauel v Grieg & others, QBD [2013]
    Acted on behalf of Claimants in a claim involving allegations of deceit, misrepresentations, unjust enrichment, knowing receipt, and dishonest assistance, conspiracy.  Included obtaining a freezing order and interim injunctions.  Case settled. 
  • Jose Cuervo v Ayaz Ali QBD [2013]
    Acted, with Robert Howe QC, for the Claimant in successfully seeking and obtaining computer imaging and freezing orders against a defendant who had failed to pay sums due under a settlement agreement made in respect of fraudulent conduct.
  • [Confidential] [2013]
    Advising a professional services company which acted as an independent external investigator into allegations of wrongdoing and cover-up in a public organisation, in a high profile case.  Provided advice on issues including data protection, defamation, and natural justice, as well as presentational issues and risk management.
  • [Confidential] [2013]
    Acting on behalf of Respondent in complex arbitration claim arising out of retirement of a partner in a multi-million pound investment business, with allegations of breach of fiduciary duty and contract, conspiracy and inducing breach of contract. Case ongoing.
  • Blyumkin, Nagle & Others v Jaffe, Salford Capital & Others, QBD [2013]
    Acting on behalf of Claimants in High court proceedings regarding breach of confidence and conspiracy. 

Other cases

General Commercial and Fraud

  • McCabe v Glancy QBD [2012]
  • Demco Investment v Interamerican & others, QBD [2012]
  • DeVere Group Limited v AES Financial Services Limited [2012]
  • Pantheon Ventures (UK) Limited v Erhnrooth [2012]
  • Merrill Lynch International v Liquid Trading International LLP [2012]
  • Media Square PLC v Hawkins & Others [2012]
  • Foxtons Limited v Barclays Bank PLC [2012]
  • Bank of Ireland v Bailey & Others (QBD) [2011]
  • Ultimate Products v RMS and others (QBD Manchester District Registry) [2011]
  • Space AirConditioning Plc v Guy (Ch D) [2011]
  • Re: Foreign Office Architects Limited (Ch D) [2011]
  • Gernon v Hunter Douglas Limited (Blackpool County Court) [2011]
  • Lombard v Zahib (Mayor’s & City of London CC) [2011]
  • Lombard v Bukhari (Barnet CC) [2011]
  • Lombard v Hussain (Altrincham County Court) [2011]Silkman v Lombard North Central (QBD) [2010]
  • Calor Gas Limited v Donald Ferguson (QBD) [2010]
  • EFG Private Bank v Shephard & Others (QBD) [2010]
  • Rental Advantage v Konica (Mercantile Court) [2010]
  • Davies v Begbies Traynor (Ch D) [2010]
  • Clydesdale Bank Asset Finance Limited v Pearson (Lincoln CC) [2010]
  • Singers Corporate Asset Finance v Euro UK Hire Ltd & Oths (QBD) [2010]
  • Belair v Basel (QBD and arbitration) [2009] EWHC 725 (Comm)
  • Eaton v Bostock (QBD) [2009]
  • Anglo Irish Bank v Citicourt (Ch D) [2009]
  • Milton Dresner v Patrick Austin (QBD) [2009]
  • 2E(UK) Ltd v Johnstone & Others (QBD) [2009]
  • Lombard v Ahmed Alfaraj (Leeds CC) [2009]
  • Lombard v Edoulami (Leeds CC) [2009]
  • Corporate Environments v Lombard (Reigate CC) [2009]
  • KSC Servicing v Vaccari & Others (Ch D) [2008]
  • Hays Specialist Recruitment v Mark Ions [2008] EWHC 745 (Ch)
  • ING Lease (UK) Ltd v Harwood [2007] EWHC 2292 (QB) and [2008] EWCA Civ 786
  • Royal Bank of Scotland v Lally (QBD) [2008]
  • Manorbase v Alexandra Hospital (QBD) [2008]
  • Lombard v Mumtaz Ali (Mercantile Court) [2008]
  • Cititec v Clarke (Ch D) [2007]
  • Khorani v Cape Industrial Services Limited (QBD) [2007]
  • Hays v Franklin (Ch D) [2007]
  • Maypole v Avery (Birmingham DR) [2007]
  • Blue Arrow v BT (QBD) [2007]
  • Eurotherm v Wood (QBD) [2006]
  • Lombard North Central v Fisher (Leeds County Court) [2007]
  • Ashtenne v Lombard North Central
  • Early Red Corporation v Glidepath Holdings Bv [2005] EWCA Civ 525
  • Lombard North Central v Da’Bell & Others (Cambridge County Court) [2005]
  • Watson v Department for Transport (Chelmsford County Court)
  • Firstdale Ltd v Gerald Joseph Quinton [2004] EWHC 1926 (Comm)
  • Concrete Foundations v Family Housing Assoc. [2004] EWHC 10 (QB)
  • E-Resourcing Ltd v Creyf (QBD) [2004]
  • Experience Hendrix v PPX Enterprises [2003] EWCA Civ 323

Domestic and International Arbitration

Victoria has been instructed, both as a junior and on her own, in relation to a number of arbitrations, including arbitration conducted under LCIA and UNCITRAL rules, involving issues including fraud, misrepresentation, breach of contractual and tortious duties, restitution and jurisdiction and enforceability.  Victoria has also acted and advised in relation to applications under the Arbitration Act.

Current and recent work

  • [Confidential] [2015] arbitration under LCIA Rules
    Acting for the Respondent to a claim for restitution and/or breach of contract in relation to the sale and purchase of gold. Claim includes a counterclaim alleging deceit and fraudulent misrepresentation. Arbitration ongoing.
  • [Confidential] [2015] arbitration under CIA and Arbitration Act 1996
    Acting for the Respondent to an arbitration claim against a very senior former employee for breach of post-termination restrictive covenants, including non-solicitation covenants, in the context of a successful investment firm. Led by Pushpinder Saini QC. Arbitration settled.
  • [Confidential] [2014]
    Acting on behalf of applicants seeking to enforce against a senior ex-employee and shareholder in an arbitration in New York under AAA rules restrictive covenants contained in a Management Shareholders’ Agreement.  Involves issues in relation to jurisdiction and enforceability, and obtaining in this jurisdiction injunctions in support of foreign arbitration proceedings. Led by Ian Mill QC. Case settled.
  • [Confidential] LCIA arbitration [2013]
    Acting for Claimant in arbitration proceedings regarding a claim arising out of a British Virgin Islands partnership, and in relation to counterclaim alleging breaches of fiduciary duty. Case ongoing.
  • [Confidential] arbitration under CIA and Arbitration Act 1996 [2013]
    Acting on behalf of Respondent in complex arbitration claim arising out of retirement of a partner in a multi-million pound investment business, with allegations of breach of fiduciary duty and contract, conspiracy and inducing breach of contract. Led by Pushpinder Saini QC. Case ongoing.
  • [Confidential] LCIA Arbitration [2013]
    Acted for the Respondent to an arbitration, in relation to directions and tactics, including making submissions following failure to comply with procedural directions. 

Other cases

  • [Confidential] UNCITRAL arbitration [2009] 
  • Victoria was instructed as a junior on two large private commercial arbitrations in 2005, both conducted under LCIA rules.

Employment

Victoria has an extensive and varied employment law practice, and undertakes work both in the High Court and in the Employment Tribunals. 

High Court cases in which Victoria has acted have raised issues involving breaches of fiduciary duties, post-termination covenants and duties of confidence, directors' duties and issues of pay and benefits.  Victoria has applied for and obtained interim injunctions, defended injunctions at discharge applications, and made discharge or variation applications in relation to interim relief.  

Victoria has represented both Claimants and Respondents in a full range of Employment Tribunal cases, including all forms of discrimination, whistle-blowing and harassment cases, redundancy, unlawful deductions from wages, flexible working and unfair and wrongful dismissal claims.  Victoria has acted in a  number of cases where the territorial jurisdiction of the Tribunal was in question.

Victoria has provided extensive advice in respect of the lawfulness of tools and techniques used to monitor and detect wrongdoing by employees.

Victoria’s clients in employment law matters include Lloyds TSB,Goldman Sachs, Tiffany & Co, Linklaters, Commerzbank, Cititec Associates, Vodafone, Carphone Warehouse, Liberata, Computacentre, Pizza Hut, Pret a Manger, Odeon Cinemas, Harrods, Hays Specialist Recruitment, Tilda Ltd, Tibbett and Britten, the Imperial War Museum and English Heritage, NAHT, as well as many private individuals. 

Current and recent work

  • [Confidential] [2015] arbitration under CIA and Arbitration Act 1996
    Acting for the Respondent to an arbitration claim against a very senior former employee for breach of post-termination restrictive covenants, including non-solicitation covenants, in the context of a successful investment firm. Arbitration settled.
  • Ignis v Heming Ch D [2015]
    Acting for the Claimant in a claim for breach of contract and confidence, breach of the Database Regulations and of copyright, and for conversion. Claim was made against an employee on garden leave, and involved successfully applying without notice for an order for delivery up of the Claimant’s documents and programs, and imaging of the Defendant’s computer.  Claim subsequently settled.
  • [Confidential] QBD [2015]
    Instructed for Claimant in a claim against the former managing director of an investment bank. The claim sought damages for failure to perform role, breach of fiduciary duty, wrongful expenses claims and negligence.  Claim settled just prior to trial.
  • [Confidential] [2014] 
    Advising a senior academic in relation to a disciplinary process with potentially serious financial and reputational consequences and drafting documents for the purpose of that process.
  • Payzone v Charmatz [2013] EWHC 4428 (Ch)
    Acted for the Claimant in successfully seeking restitution of monies paid on behalf of the Defendant, a senior ex-employee, in discharge of tax liabilities. Involved issues of unjust enrichment.
  • Webb v BBC, Employment Tribunal, ET [2013]
    Acting on behalf of Respondent to claims of victimisation, unfair dismissal in redundancy context and sex discrimination.  The case involved issues as to the redundancy payments due to persons who had been employed by the BBC on “freelance” contracts, and therefore was of significant importance to the BBC.  Judgment for the Defendant.
  • Freemantle Media Group Limited  v Ousey, Ch D [2013] 
    Acting on behalf of Claimant in High court proceedings against a senior employee for deceit, fraudulent misrepresentation, breach of trust and breach of contract.  Included obtaining a freezing order.  Case settled.
  • [Confidential]
    Acting on behalf of applicants seeking to enforce against a senior ex-employee and shareholder in an arbitration in New York under AAA rules restrictive covenants contained in a Management Shareholders’ Agreement.  Involves allegations of breach of covenants and misappropriation of confidential information, and issues in relation to jurisdiction and enforceability, and obtaining in this jurisdiction injunctions in support of foreign arbitration proceedings. Case settled.
  • [Confidential]
    Advising claimant regarding a claim against a former managing director of an investment bank, regarding damages for failure to perform role, breach of fiduciary duty, wrongful expenses claims and negligence.  Case settled just prior to trial.
  • Sherridan v Hogarth Health Clubs, ET [2013]
    Acting for Respondent to claim for unfair dismissal, unlawful deductions and breach of contract.  Involved issues as to the employment status of “studio instructors” at health clubs.  Judgment for the Respondent.
  • Re:creation v Joslin, Ch D [2013]
    Acting for the Claimant in a claim against an ex-director, shareholder and employee for debt, damages and various breaches of the Companies Act 2006, and involving a counterclaim for wrongful dismissal and breaches of contract, and issues of interaction with an associated unfair prejudice petition. Case settled.  
  • [Confidential] [2013]
    Advising a professional services company which acted as an independent external investigator into allegations of wrongdoing and cover-up in a public organisation, in a high profile case.  Provided advice on issues including data protection, defamation, and natural justice, as well as presentational issues and risk management.
  • Cristal v Manchester NHS & Unison, Central London CC [2013]
    Acting for Claimant in a claim involving allegations of breach of duty under the Equality Act 2010, breach of contract and inducing breach of contract and conspiracy. 

Other cases

  • DeVere Group Limited v AES Financial Services Limited and Others [2012]
  • Pantheon Venture (UK) LLP v Erhnrooth [2012]
  • Hartmut Lutz v Bemis Limited [2012]
  • Klempner v Merrill Lynch [2012]
  • Owens & Ricards v Thrings LLP [2012]
  • Ultimate Products v RMS and others (QBD Manchester District Registry) [2011]
  • Space AirConditioning Plc  v Guy (Ch D) [2011]
  • Ainsworth v Reliance Bank (ET) [2011]
  • Denny v Cadwalader (ET) [2010]
  • Pervez v Macquarie Bank (ET) [2010]
  • Shymanski v Calyon (ET) [2010]
  • Mittal v Barclays Capital Services Limited (ET) [2010]
  • Lernout v Cheyne Capital Management (QBD) [2009] 
  • Walters v Expro North Sea Limited (ET) [2009]
  • Freeman v Goldman Sachs (ET) [2009]
  • Kendrick v Goldman Sachs (ET) [2009]
  • Belorusov v Goldman Sachs (ET) [2009]
  • Nooh v GMC (ET) [2009]
  • 2E(UK) Ltd v Johnstone & Others (QBD) [2009]
  • Johnson v Ark Academies (ET) [2009]
  • McCracken v Surrey County Council (ET) [2009]
  • Atkins v Standard Chartered Bank (ET) [2009]
  • Kinkela v Modus & Institute of Cancer Research (ET) [2009]
  • KSC Servicing v Vaccari & Others (Ch D) [2008]
  • Hays Specialist Recruitment v Mark Ions [2008] EWHC 745 (Ch)
  • Cititec v Clarke (Ch D) [2007]
  • Smart v Lloyds TSB & Others [2007]
  • Kovacs v Tiffany & Co [2007]
  • Molson v Commerzbank [2006]
  • Connell v Cambridge Place [2007]
  • Lambert v Harrow Council [2005]
  • Tod v Save the Children [2006]
  • Kuy v BAA [2006]
  • Wall v Intercontinental Hotels [2004]
  • Alexander v Patterson Group [2004]
  • Adjibolo v Pret a Manger [2004]

Other relevant experience

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A first-class junior, who provides excellent analysis of the law and exemplary response times. 

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Tremendously bright and hard-working, and able to see the big picture. 

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