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|Memberships||Inner Temple, Western Circuit, Family Law Bar Association Personal Injury Bar Association, Criminal Bar Association.
Member of the Crime and Serious Fraud, Family, and Civil teams.
Justin's main practice area is Personal injury cases and has vast experience handling the following types of cases: Accidents at Work, Occupiers Liability, Product Liability, Highway accidents, RTA, Repetitive Strain, Fatal Accidents. He is prepared to undertake Conditional Fee work in appropriate cases.
Experienced in all areas of Family Law, particularly ancillary relief involving substantial assets, pensions, private companies, cohabitee disputes and applications under S15 and Schedule 1 of the Children Act 1989, Child Care (Public Law), S8 Applications and handled a number of case involving International Child Abduction.
Substantial Criminal experience, involving Serious Fraud, Murder, robbery, rape, child abuse, death by dangerous driving and serious drug offences.
Professional Negligence, Clinical Negligence, Actions against the Police, Landlord and Tenant, involving both residential, private and public sector and business disputes. Contruction disputes, Property claims, (including sale of Land, mortgages, trusts, trespass, nuisance boundaries and easements and dilapidation claims.
Licensing Act 2003 Applications, Reviews, Variations and Enforcements.
GENERAL AREA OF PRACTICE
In and around London and on the South Coast.
Founder of Kings Bench Chambers, Bournemouth.
Registered to take work on a direct access basis from professional bodies and persons other than solicitors, as well as in suitable cases from members of the public.
Scott v R 1989 AC 1242 Privy Council
Jones v Trollope Colls Cementation Overseas Times 26/1/90
Re Capita Expansion & Development Corporation v Brackland Times 30/11/92.
Fozal v Gofur Times 9th July 1993
Re R (A minor) 1994 2 FCR 629 CA
DPP v G 1997 (whether teacher investigating assault on pupil is subject to PACE).