- Paperback & Trustees for Roman Catholic Purposes v Kimberly Clark (2015) – Fire claim against paper manufacturer by owners and lessees of a warehouse destroyed by fire, claims totalling over £5 Million.
- Daniel v Mode & Metnor (2014) – Claim for £800,000 against contractors and suppliers in respect of a fire to large residential property caused by defective wiring installation.
- Middleton v MMA (2014) – Appearing for insurers at trial in a policy dispute claim over whether property damage by a tenant’s arson was covered or excluded under landlord’s property policy.
- Itron v Grosvenor (2014) – Acting for suppliers in a claim for £1.5 Million against manufacturers and suppliers in respect of defective solder used in the manufacture of electronic printed circuit boards.
- BAE v AVK (2014) – Acting for suppliers in a fire claim against suppliers and manufacturers arising out of defective capacitors used in frequency converter equipment, £500,000 claimed.
- Rothschild v Instagroup (2013) – Claim for £700,000 against installers of roofing insulation in respect of a fire at a large residential property.
- Plasteknik v Allianz & Caunce O’Hara (2011) – Claim against insurers for £5 million under a property policy for destruction of a factory by fire; issue over construction of policy conditions; and concurrent claim against insurance brokers for negligence.
- Dunn Monarch & Searle v Cornish Bakehouse, Caffe Pasta & Others (2011) – Subrogated claims by insurers of various properties in respect of damage from a fire breaking out in a ground floor restaurant. Contribution claims between the restaurant, supplier of the fat fryer, and manufacturer of the fat fryer.
- Aegon & GP Nominees v Blue Circle, Jarvis & Roger Bullivant (2008) – Claims by the freeholder and the leaseholder of newly built warehouse premises, claiming about £3 million against developers, contractors and piling subcontractors, arising out of cracking of floor slab due to defective piling works.
- Safeway v McAlpine (2007) – Fire claim for £4 million against builders and architects arising from inadequate fire stopping in the roof space of a large supermarket which burned down.
- Center Parcs v Axa & Marsh (2003) – Claim against insurers for £80 million under a property policy for destruction of a factory by fire; issue over misrepresentation and non disclosure; and concurrent claim against insurance brokers for negligence.
- MA (Cantab)
- Commercial Bar Association
- London Common Law & Commercial Bar Association
- Personal Injury Bar Association
- Professional Negligence Bar Association
- Technology & Construction Bar Association
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