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Seb is a Chancery, Commercial and Construction Law barrister. He focuses particularly on insolvency, real property / landlord and tenant, and construction law. He is a member of the Chancery Bar Association and the Society of Construction Law.
He has considerable experience of advocacy in the County Court and High Court, and has been instructed as junior counsel in the Court of Appeal. He also regularly represents parties in Chancery and commercial mediations and in the residential property tribunal.
In his construction law practice, he has experience in bringing and defending construction claims and, in particular, in drafting and cross-examining on schedules of defects. He also advises parties in relation to disputes arising under the common-form contract suites (in particular JCT and NEC contracts), and acts for parties in adjudications under the 1996 Act and the enforcement of adjudicator awards.
“Extensions of Time and Damages for Delay - Recent Developments” Paper D148 presented to the Society of Construction Law (October 2012)
Contributing author to the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors’ ISurv platform (chapters on “Regulated Public Procurement in the UK”, and on the 2011 amendments to the JCT Intermediate contracts).
“Forfeiture of fiduciary remuneration following breach of duty: from contract to conscience”  Lloyd's Maritime and Commercial Law Quarterly 95.
MA (Hons.) Law, Trinity Hall, Cambridge LL.M., University of Bristol