Business & Commercial Law
Matthew’s commercial practice links nicely with his Employment practice, enabling him to advise on directors actions, TUPE provisions, restrictive covenants and related matters.
He is instructed to appear in the County Court and the High Court in contractual disputes, negligence matters and insolvency proceedings including statutory demands and advising on creditor’s entitlements and Matthew advises on and drafts pleadings in tort, contract and negligence matters on all tracks.
Matthew's attention to detail and ability to digest technical facts has enabled him to work across a number of industries from construction clients to property corporations and sole proprietors advising on all aspects of contract law
Recent cases include:
- Successfully defending a claim against a watch dealership based in Hatton Garden; the case involved allegations of defective title and issues of agency and equitable tracing
- Acting for a homeowner in a claim against a well known window installer for defective installation and mis-selling
- Appealing/seeking to set aside a £1.7milion order against an individual in insolvency proceedings
- Defending claims of defective workmanship in the building of a swimming pool outhouse