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Robert Moxon Browne QC

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2TG – 2 Temple Gardens (2TG – 2 Temple Gardens)


Described by the Directories as an amazing courtroom presence and a renounced cross-examiner, Bob is joint head of the professional negligence group at 2 Temple Gardens. Work includes cases involving accountants, solicitors and surveyors as well as construction industry professionals, especially where disputes arise as to allocation of responsibility within multi-disciplinary teams. Very experienced in all matters relating to insurance law and practice including subrogated recoveries involving fire, flood and other catastrophic events, policy construction questions and repudiation for fraud. Specialist in the law affecting the valuation of loss of a chance.

Significant recent Administrative and Appeal Court cases include: R (ex p. Aviva Life and Pensions (UK) Ltd v Financial Ombudsman Service (2017) EWCC (Administrative Court) 336 [Leading current authority on jurisdiction of FOS to disregard the law and industry practice in their insurance decisions]. Zurich Insurance Plc v. Maccaferri Ltd (2017) Lloyds Rep IR Plus 12 [Leading Court of Appeal authority on notification clauses in public liability insurance]. Re Perepilichnyy decd and Sec. of State for Home Dept. v. HM Senior Coroner for Surrey (2016) EWCH 3001 (Administrative Court) [Home Secretary’s claim for Public Interest Immunity against disclosure of documents to the Senior Coroner, on national security grounds, upheld by the High Court.


Called to the Bar 1969; Gray’s Inn; QC 1990; Recorder 1992; deputy judge Technology and Construction Court 1993; deputy judge High Court 1999.


ORBA; Professional Negligence Bar Association; CLBA; COMBAR.


Gordonstoun School; University College, Oxford (BA).

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