Stuart has a particular interest in commercial law, having undertaken and worked on many commercial matters, including:
- Bestolov v Povarenkin  EWHC 1992 (Comm) – Represented the successful Claimant (led by Rupert D’Cruz) in a three-week Commercial Court trial between two Russian businessmen, with judgment of over $7.5m.
- Domestic & General Group Ltd et al. v Bank of Scotland plc  12 WLUK 68 – acting as sole counsel in a successful application for a Norwich Pharmacal order against a bank relating to the identification of a suspected rogue trader. This was part of a series of actions against rogue traders reported on in the Evening Standard (link) – Stuart is instructed on a number of these actions.
- Acting as sole counsel at a quantum hearing in relation to breach of contract with judgment awarded for approximately £450,000.
- Drafting unfair prejudice petitions, pleadings and witness statements on a variety of matters including the Commercial Agents (Council Directive) Regulations 1993 and in relation to a dispute between members of the family of an oligarch over ownership of an art collection.
- Advising on a wide variety of company and commercial claims, including high value claims in relation to SPAs, articles of association, breach of contract, fraud, and economic torts.