Mr & Mrs Bell, Sutton Coldfield Lay clients
Dear James (Rudall), Very many thanks for representing us at Dudley C.C on 18th July. It was a pleasure to meet you and to achieve "justice" together in obtaining the verdict in our favour. We were very impressed with not only your advocacy but also with the obvious amount of preparation you had put into the case before hand. We would also like to commend you for the easy manner and very friendly approach you have. It certainly helped us to go through the process without undue stress, or hassle. Mr & Mrs Bell, Sutton Coldfield (lay clients)
Louise Barker Minster Law
Mr James Rudall has today attended a trial on behalf of the Claimant in this matter and we would like to thank him for his work and congratulate him on an amazing 100% win in the Claimant's favour. This is especially positive considering it was extremely likely that liability would be awarded on a split basis. We understand from our client that Mr Rudall did a brilliant job and that he was very professional and competent. Our interaction with Mr Rudall has been nothing but positive. He is polite and curteous and a pleasure to work with. We shall definitely be instructing him again.
Joanne Du Plessis, Partner Shires Law
Am thrilled! Well done, very happy, very impressed! (James Rudall)
Martin Armitage Minster Law
Thank you [James Rudall] very much for this morning and reporting back to me with such a detailed note. This is a great result. I really appreciate this.
Nicholas Chatters, Partner Lloyd Green Solicitors
Excellent result and excellent, comprehensive report too. Much appreciated [James Rudall].
Catherine Green WSP Solicitors
Many thanks [James Rudall] for obtaining such an amazing result. As with previous cases I have instructed you on my clients had nothing but praise for you. Thanks again. (2 separate cases)
Aaron Fowler Harding Evans
Thank you James (Rudall). Great result!
Richard Bell, Director HHB Law
I am very impressed by your excellent skeleton. (James Rudall - Appeal arising from a Statutory Demand).
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B v Jenkins & others  HC Chancery Division
This case concerned an application for a statutory will brought by the Defendants. The Claimant applied to become a beneficiary under the statutory will on the grounds he was treated as a child of the testator. This was an extremely difficult case for the Claimant owing to the high legal test that he had to meet. James was successful on behalf of the Claimant in obtaining a declaration that the Claimant should become a substantive beneficiary.
S Ltd v Jones & Keep  HC Chancery Division
This was a complex fraud claim. James represented one of the Defendants in bringing a counter claim for fraud against the other Defendant, defending possession proceedings and applying to set aside a legal charge. James was successful in obtaining judgement for fraud and defending the possession proceedings.
Bisping v JCP Solicitors & MOD  HC Chancery Division
This concerned a catastophic injury case and dealing with circa five million pounds of damages. James represented the Claimant in an application for a declaration as to the capacity of the Claimant; a declaration to set aside a contract on grounds of lack of capacity; a declaration for the appointment of his instructing solicitor to become a deputy in relation to dealing with long term financial and property matters; a declaration as to the extent of the deputies powers; and an application to remove an already appointed solicitor deputy which was vigorously opposed. James was successful in all applications.
Mathias v Roberts & 2 others  High Court Chancery
This was an application for a declaration of trust pursuant to section 47(1) of the Administration of Estates Act 1925. It was James’ client's case that there was a trust in existence in relation to assets created by the testator prior to death. This was opposed and JamesI was successful in obtaining a declaration of trust.
Gamecho v McGrory  Royal Courts of Justice
This was a case involving hedge fund fraud and a dispute arising between an investor in hedge funds, James' client, and a broker dealing with the investors funds. This was a very complex hedge fund involving tracing of assets etc. James was successful in obtaining judgement for £950,000.