Tom is a Solicitor in our Commercial Disputes team, specialising in property disputes, public law, and commercial litigation.
He deals with a broad range of property disputes and has experience acting for both landlords and tenants, advising on dilapidations, Telecommunications Act disputes, forfeiture, adverse possession, nuisance, trespass, and in relation to property disputes in insolvency cases. Tom also has knowledge and experience of the planning system in England and Wales and policy interpretation.
In the public law arena, Tom has experience advising in relation to General Medical Council CESR equivalency certification appeals, as well as advising on judicial review and data subject access requests and complaints handling. Recently, Tom was involved in a successful Supreme Court case on behalf of a high-profile client.
Tom’s commercial litigation work deals with director and shareholder disputes, employee restrictive covenant disputes, commercial debt claims, injunctive relief, partnership disputes. He has worked on both large-scale and small-scale commercial litigation cases.
Prior to completing his training contract at Capital Law, Tom worked for an international law firm negotiating deeds of easement and has previously worked in the planning sector pursuing appeals against refusals of planning permission/enforcement notices on behalf of a diverse client base.
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