James studied law at Kingston University, before completing the legal practice course at the University of Law in Bournemouth, and completing his training contract with a large London firm.
He advises individuals and organisations on complex and high value disputes concerning company law, contractual drafting/terms and negotiations, personal or company insolvency, large-scale debt recovery/enforcement (foreign and domestic), copyright, trademark and other intellectual property disputes, contested probate and other aspects of traditional Chancery law. James is furthering his practice knowledge within the tax and trust law dispute resolution arenas.
His professional yet friendly approach enables him to understand his clients’ objectives quickly, provide a common-sense commercial resolution and devise a bespoke strategy designed to obtain the optimum result in the quickest and least expensive manner.
James understands that litigation can be stressful, and recognises how important it is to be accessible and responsive to clients’ needs.
In his spare time, James enjoys spending time with his family, walking his dogs and creating things in his workshop.