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Paul Parker

Chancery

Commercial Chancery

Much of Paul's work in this area overlaps with other aspects of his practice. His current and recent caseload includes:

  • advising a charity on potential claims arising out of a failed land development
  • acting in tax planning negligence claims brought by beneficiaries and/or executors in cases following Rind v Theodore Goddard [2008] EWHC 419 (Ch); [2008] PNLR 24, in which he had acted for the defendant solicitors
  • representing insurers in a substantial action to trace money and assets lost through breach of trust and fraud
  • representing the trustees of a pension fund in claims involving knowing receipt and dishonest assistance
  • advising and acting in breach of warranty of authority claims where companies’ ownership is disputed