Mariusz continues to build on his experience of product liability disputes concerning products ranging from ordinary household appliances and fittings to industrial machinery. He is familiar with the issues that arise in such cases in contract, tort, and under the Consumer Protection Act 1987.
Examples of his work include:
- Currently instructed in Dublin Coach v Evo Bus (led by Daniel Shapiro KC), a multimillion pound claim in the Commercial Court concerning various alleged breaches of warranty following sale of coaches.
- Drafted the Defence in a claim against a retailer of e-cigarettes after a product allegedly caught fire and caused the user to suffer burns.
- Advising on a claim concerning an allegedly defective expansion vessel in a domestic plumbing system, which failed and caused an escape of water.
- Advising in connection with a fire at a market following electrical upgrade works, involving evidential issues as to the cause of the fire and vicarious liability for the subcontractor who carried out part of the installation works.
- Advising and drafting the letter of response in a professional negligence claim against solicitors concerning their handling of a claim arising out of personal injury caused by an allegedly defective bottle with broke which broke whilst being handled by a customer in a restaurant.
- Advising on a claim for contribution against a supplier of firewood processors to a company whose employee had been injured using one of the machines. The case also raised issues of liability under the Sale of Goods Act 1979 to purchasers for breach of the implied term as to satisfactory quality (as a pupil).
- Preparing an advice and drafting Particulars of Claim in connection with a fire in a residential property caused by a washing machine which overheated (as a pupil).
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- Lord Denning Scholarship, Lincoln’s Inn (2018)
- BPTC Advocacy Scholarship, BPP University (2018)
- BPTC (Very Competent), BPP Law School
- LLM Commercial Law (Distinction), London School of Economics and Political Science
- BA (Hons) Law (2.1), University of Cambridge, Downing College