• I am a litigation and dispute resolution lawyer, and act on a wide range of public law, regulatory and commercial disputes.

    I have experience in judicial review challenges, regulatory investigations as well as general civil litigation and alternative dispute resolution. I advise clients across various sectors including higher education, local government and healthcare.

    I have represented statutory office-holders, statutory staff associations, trade unions, trade membership associations, private hospitals, politicians, government advisers, regulated professionals and other individuals who interact with the public sector, in cases where public law or private law issues are engaged.

    Examples of this work includes judicial review claims in the High Court, investigations of alleged misconduct (including investigation by a statutory regulator into criminal allegations of misconduct in public office) and related challenges to the publication of regulatory decision-making and outcomes.

    In terms of civil litigation, I have advised in the context of contract disputes, fraud and defamation, as well as different types of civil application including injunctions. In addition I have experience in civil proceedings in the criminal courts and appeals in the First-tier Tribunal (SEN).

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