Heather has a rich and varied commercial chancery practice, which ranges from Court of Protection cases to aviation disputes. She regularly appears in court: both as sole counsel and as part of a team. Heather has also been seconded to two leading firms of solicitors.
Heather has a particular interest in the impact of insolvency and loss or lack of capacity in the context of her wider practice areas of trusts and probate and commercial disputes. Further, many of Heather’s cases do not conform to single areas of practice. However, by drawing on the range and depth of her work, her time on secondment, and her court experience, Heather is able to offer clients practical advice and solutions.
Her recent court hearings include
Thiyagarajah v Rajadurai October 2018. In this case, Heather successfully represented the Claimant in trial in Central London County Court determining the beneficial ownership of a property
Times Travel (UK) Limited and Nottingham Travel Limited v Pakistan International Airlines Corp  EWHC 1820 (Ch), July 2018. Heather successfully represented the Claimant with Philip Shepherd QC in an on-going case concerning travel agents remuneration and the measure of quantum meruit.
Kerman v Akhmedova  EWCA Civ 307; February 2018. Heather, with Philip Shepherd QC, represented the appellant solicitor against a witness summons and disclosure order made in family proceedings.
In order to see further examples of Heather’s work, click below on the Areas of Experience
Areas of experience
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