Thomas Waldron

Call

2010

Practice

Civil, CORPORATE

Memberships

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Introduction


Thomas is regularly instructed in high value corporate finance and asset recovery cases. Before joining Kings Bench Chambers, Thomas worked for a leading solicitors firm where his clients included an international credit insurance company and successful suppliers and manufacturers across a wide spectrum of industries; construction, motor finance, sales, food and drink and the waste management sectors.

Thomas is a determined trial lawyer who has represented Claimants in multi-party Road Traffic Accident trials. He recently obtained compensation for three Claimants in a personal injury case which also involved him successfully defending his clients against allegations of fraud.


Thomas has been described by one Judge as an “encyclopedia of credit hire” and he is frequently sought after to advise and represent Claimants in this specialist field.


In addition to being a Barrister, Thomas is an SCMA accredited commercial and civil mediator. One particular Queen’s Counsel has said that Thomas has “a very natural ability” for mediation. He accepts instructions to act as a mediator between parties or to advocate for a party within a mediation. Thomas also accepts instructions to attempt settlement of commercial disputes before or during Court proceedings. He was recently instructed to attend a roundtable “without prejudice” discussion between two Italian companies with a contractual dispute relating to the supply of goods. The conference was held in our chambers near Bournemouth.

Personal Interests

Scuba diving: qualifications as an Open Water and Deep Padi Diver.

Travelling: visited Kenya, Maldives, Indonesia, France and Italy.

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Terms of Instruction 


Mr Waldron's terms of business are the Standard Contractual Terms for the Supply of Legal Services by Barristers to Authorised Persons 2012 or such other terms as have been agreed. A copy of the standard terms can be downloaded using the following link.


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