Peter is recognised as an expert and leader in commercial litigation, he has a particular specialism in dealing with:
Directors/shareholder covenants, breach of agreement and duties
Enforcement/defending employment covenants and issues
Insolvency claims including claims against directors
Construction Contracts and Disputes
HMRC and Border Force – Including Tax, VAT, Duty, and Border Force seizures
Claims involving the Financial Conduct Authority and Financial Ombudsman and Banks and Consumer Credit claims
Online harassment by social media, including through repeated online posts, “trolling”
Intellectual Property including Copyright, Passing off and Trademark disputes
He is very experienced in High Court and County Court claims, Court of Appeal., First Tier Tax Tribunal, Adjudication, Mediation; Arbitration (including International Arbitration); County Court and High Court injunctions and advocacy.
Clients are based locally, nationally and internationally.
The value of claims range from £10,000 into multi-millions.
Recent Cases Include:
Advising Nestle on imports/exports
Anglian Windows Limited v Anglian Roofline Limited  EWHC 4204 (IPEC) – a successful interim injunction application in the IPEC in relation to trade mark infringement and passing off.
E v S (ICC 2013) Instructed for Claimant in ICC arbitration concerning an operating agreement for a Guinea Gold Mine, in which both parties alleged that the other was in repudiatory breach, resulting in a substantial claim for damages and defending a counterclaim. Arbitration settled shortly before substantive hearing. Arbitral Tribunal: John Marrin QC, Joe Smouha QC, Sir Gordon Langley.
White Digital Media v Weaver  EWHC 1681: Acting for a defendant to defeat an application to enforce post-termination restraints
Banham Marshall v Lincolnshire County Council 2007 EWHC 402 QBD