COMPANY & COMMERCIAL LAW CASE STUDIES

Please see below some examples of our Company Law & Business case studies. If you wish to make any further enquiries or consult our barristers, please click here.

COMPANY & COMMERCIAL LAW CASE STUDIES

Please see below some examples of our Company Law & Business case studies. If you wish to make any further enquiries or consult our barristers, please click here.

Dr. Ronaghyon -v- Whitecross Dental Care Limited

Advising a specialist dental surgeon on issues of ongoing professional indemnity and subsisting corporate undertakings following the management buyout of a dental surgery.

Ilha Brazil Limited – Dooshimas Kitchen, London

Advising a master chef of speciality cuisine on all aspect of the acquisition of prime premises and the launch of a new upmarket restaurant.

Intertransfers Incorporated & Ors -v- Intertransfer Limited & Ors

Advice and representation of the owner of an unregistered trade mark in an intellectual property claim brought by a new entrant to the market with a similar mark. This case involved challenge to application to register a trade mark, trade mark infringement, revocation of a trade mark and passing off.

Optitech Optical Services Limited

Advising a specialist optometrist on the acquisition of an ongoing practice as a going concern including matters relating to the transfer of undertakings and non-compete agreements.

Serbeh-Yiadom -v- Standard Bank Plc

Advice and representation in a multi-million pound cross-border banking claim including breaches of fiduciary duty and unauthorised transfer of shares at an undervalue.

Transatlantic Airlines Limited -v- Air Luxor SA

Advising an airline operator on claims relating to breaches of an aircraft leasing and maintenance agreement.

Waterhouse -v- Gordons Solicitors & Armstrong Wood & Bridgman Solicitors

Advising on professional negligence claims against solicitors in connection with residential property transactions.

World First (UK) Limited v Chemistree Homecare Limited [2014] EWCA 2840 (QB)

Defence to summary judgment application based on anticipatory breach of foreign exchange contract; whether to adjourn to permit defendant to adduce further evidence.

Relfo Ltd (in Liquidation) v Varsani, [2012] EWHC 2168 (Ch); LTL 20/7/2012

Trial involving equitable tracing, knowing receipt and unjust enrichment

Commercial Bank-Cameroun v Nixon Financial Group Limited, BVI Civil Appeal No. 5 of 2011

Application to set aside leave to serve claim out of the jurisdiction.

Cukurova Finance International Limited & anr v Alfa Telecom Turkey Limited, HCVAP 2010/18 & 2010/24

Application for relief pending appeal to Privy Council: inherent jurisdiction of Court of Appeal of the Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court to stay execution and make declaratory orders and/or grant or continue an injunction.

Pioneer Freight Futures Co Ltd v Map Marine Ltd, BVIHCV No. 308 of 2009

Effect of premature service of statutory demand vis-a-vis futures contract.

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However, should a dispute become inevitable, then our prior engagement would have assured that all the necessary precautions have been taken and mitigating steps adopted. Thus, clients will begin any dispute resolution in a strong position to achieve their desired objectives.

 

Whether by adjudication, arbitration, litigation, members at Mercantile Barristers will adopt a firm, swift and decisive approach to achieve the best possible results for clients within the shortest possible time. We recognise that no two cases are the same, so we will adapt our style to suit the occasion.

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      VALUE ADDING APPROACH

      Our approach to legal practice is always to articulate creative and value-adding solutions for clients whilst delivering timely, efficient and affordable professional services. All clients conduct their affairs within a legal context and Mercantile Barristers’ role is to advise on the conduct of their transactions and affairs in ways that avoid conflict and disputes.

       

      However, should a dispute become inevitable, then our prior engagement would have assured that all the necessary precautions have been taken and mitigating steps adopted. Thus, clients will begin any dispute resolution in a strong position to achieve their desired objectives.

       

      Whether by adjudication, arbitration, litigation, members at Mercantile Barristers will adopt a firm, swift and decisive approach to achieve the best possible results for clients within the shortest possible time. We recognise that no two cases are the same, so we will adapt our style to suit the occasion.

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