David has extensive experience of Commercial Litigation in the Courts and in Arbitrations. He has experience of litigating issues embracing English Law and that of other jurisdictions for example he has acted in a number of claims in the Cayman Islands.
He has particular experience in litigating Company Law issues, particularly those associated with minority shareholder oppression, director’s duties and wider fiduciary duties. He has acted in partnership disputes, including limited liability partnerships. He has acted and advised a number of leading law and accountancy firms on their own partnership issues.
He has experience of banking litigation particularly in the field of credit and debit cards and has acted for Barclays, Bank of Scotland and American Express in leading cases in the field.
Recent examples of his commercial work include successfully acting in the Chancery Division in a claim based upon the misuse of confidential information by a proposed joint venturer and for a group of shareholders in a claim which embraced director and minority shareholder issues and a challenge to the validity of a will.
He has wide experience of seeking injunctive relief including freezing and search orders and injunctions based on the misuse of confidential information.