Marc’s practice sees him regularly appear in court, including on a wide variety of interim applications and procedural hearings. Examples of some of the commercial law disputes in which Marc has acted include:
- Allergy Therapeutics (UK) Ltd v Inflamax Research Inc (London Commercial Court, 2017-18; led by Charles Samek QC). Acting for a Canadian medical trial services provider defending a US$10m damages claim for breach of contract and misrepresentation concerning its conduct of a trial of an new allergy treatment drug and counterclaiming for unpaid fees of over US$4m. This case involved complex factual and scientific evidence, relating to drug trial processes and statistical analyses of medical data.
- Mr H v Mr D (London Circuit Commercial Court, 2017-18; sole counsel). Representing the claimant in a dispute between businessmen about the funding of a game resort and farm in South Africa, which concerned issues of contract formation and misrepresentation.
- Sidev Ltd v Bluemantle Ltd and Monde Developments Ltd (Mercantile Court, 2016-17; sole counsel). Represented the defendants in a dispute about a company’s entitlement to a bonus pursuant to an alleged oral agreement for work done on property development projects. Case settled after the claimant acceded to an order for security for costs and Marc succeeded in obtaining an order for expert evidence (which the claimant had contested) at a CMC.
- Ritz Hotel Casino v Al Geabury  EWHC 2294 (QB) (Queen’s Bench Division, 2015; led by Clive Freedman QC). Successfully represented the casino at a six day High Court trial in a claim for unpaid gambling debts which raised detailed evidential issues about alleged gambling addiction and legal issues concerning the regulation of casinos and their obligations towards their patrons. In finding for the Ritz, Mrs Justice Simler relied upon documentary evidence which had been “painstakingly analysed by Mr Delehanty” (see judgment at para. 16). The defendant’s compliance with his disclosure obligations was scrutinised across a number of hotly contested pre-trial High Court hearings at which Marc appeared unled and secured orders for specific disclosure and inspection. Read more about the case here. The case was extensively reported in: The Mirror, The Guardian, The Express, The Mail and The Evening Standard.
- Vigeland v Ennismore and Vistra  All ER (D) 115 (Nov) (Chancery Division, 2012; led by Adam Solomon). Acted in a seven day High Court trial concerning claims of breach of contract and misrepresentation in respect of a fund manager’s entitlement to a contractual bonus and allegations of breach of trust in the administration of a Jersey based trust.