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Seb is a Chancery, Commercial and Construction Law barrister. Typical areas in which he receives instructions include:
- bringing and defending construction claims
- professional negligence claims against construction professionals
- disputes arising from interim certificates and final accounts
- adjudications and their enforcement
- advising in relation to disputes arising under the common-form contract suites (in particular JCT and NEC contracts)
- party wall disputes and appeals
Chancery and Commercial
- insolvency (personal and corporate)
- company and partnership disputes
- breach of trust and tracing claims
- disputes about land (including contracts for sale, new-build developments, land registration and unregistered land)
- mortgages and receivership
- landlord and tenant (particularly commercial leases and renewals; and private sector residential tenancies)
- sale of goods and financing agreements
- commercial disputes and joint ventures
After reading law at Trinity Hall, Cambridge, Seb completed an LL.M. (by research) at the University of Bristol, investigating the impact of European Community law on the investment practices of institutional investors.
- Member of the Chancery Bar Association
- Member of TECBAR (Technology and Construction Bar Association)
- Member of the Society of Construction Law
- Associate member of the Association of Business Recovery Professionals (“R3”).