Head of Public Access Practice Group
Timothy has over the years built up wide experience in a broad spectrum of legal practice. He likes to summarise his practice as money orientated and, though litigation dominates, he is often instructed to draft non-contentious documents.
His main areas of practice are company, insolvency, commercial and property litigation (including passing off), however during the days of Claims Direct he was one of their panel counsel advising and acting in a variety of personal injury actions. He still maintains a broad personal injury practice, including motorcycle claims.
An early interest in matrimonial finance work has developed into a specialisation in high net worth cases where there are complex off and/or on shore corporate, trust or chancery matters to be considered.
Spin off work from matrimonial finance includes childcare work for private clients.
Tim also has some experience in wills, probate, and trusts work and is interested in developing this area further.
Though based in England, Timothy has in recent times travelled to such diverse places as Mexico and Monaco to advise on English Corporate law.
As a Law Society accredited lecturer, Timothy has lectured on such topics as the impact of Social Security Law in employment and personal injury litigation; the Civil Procedure Rules and insolvency in matrimonial breakdown.
Reported Cases and Articles
Herbert v Doyle and another -  All ER (D) 126 (Oct)
Williams v Jones [May 2002-Lawtel] Court of Appeal.
Successful Appeal on the application of CPR Part 3.9. Case also raised issues of partnership and contract law.
Woolwich PLC v Le Foe & Le Foe;Le Foe v Le Foe & Woolwich PLC FD  2FLR 970;Family Law 2001 Vol 31 739
Matrimonial Finance / mortgages / constructive trusts / general land law
April 1997 Family Law Review-Matrimonial Conveyancing
Professional Opera and concert singer (performances include Sydney Opera House debut in 1984;St Johns Smith Square 1991; Holland Park Verdi Season 1996 &1998;Reviews in national press including Opera Magazine)
Freeman and Liveryman of the City of London. Prospective Aldermanic Candidate
National Schools rowing but these days riding, squash and occasional golf.