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Procurement; employment; public; pensions; commercial.
Called 2005, Gray's Inn. Former pupil to Philip Sales (now Lord Sales). Specialist in procurement and employment (including High Court claims against former employees). Pensions practice in relation to public sector schemes and discrimination. Recent cases include: R (BT plc) v HM Treasury  EWCA Civ 1 (indexation of public sector pensions); Sanderson v NHS Business Services Authority  EWHC 2900 (Ch) (death in service under NHS pension scheme); 2019 Rail Franchising Litigation  EWCA Civ 2259 (time limits in procurement claims); AEW Europe LLP v Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council  EWHC 2050 (TCC) (whether declaration of ineffectiveness available against development agreement); R (Wylde) v Waverley BC  EWHC 466 (Admin) (JR, standing, procurement challenges); Asda Stores Ltd v Brierley  EWCA Civ 44 (whether workers in different establishments were ‘comparable’); LS Systems v Scott  EWHC 1335 (Ch) (director’s breach of fiduciary duties, misappropriation, proprietary relief); Baha Mousa Public Inquiry (2008 - 2011).
ELBA; ELA; ALBA; PLA; UKSALA; Combar.
Joint editor of 11KBW's Procurement Law Newsletter.
Pembroke College, Cambridge (first class degree in Social and Political Sciences, Foundation Scholar); City University (CPE, Distinction).