Mr Matthew Bradley > Chambers of Mark Cannon QC > London, England > Lawyer Profile

Chambers of Mark Cannon QC
4 New Square

Living Wage


Commercial and commercial chancery litigation & arbitration, including: commercial contract disputes; company, partnership & insolvency law; civil fraud, conspiracy & economic torts; product liability; professional liability; offshore work; banking & financial services; energy & natural resources; jurisdiction & conflicts of law disputes; shareholder disputes, including employment/shareholder crossover claims; restrictive covenant & confidential information disputes; fiduciaries.

Recent notable cases include: Palmer Birch v Lloyd [2018] 4 WLR 164 (conspiracy & economic torts); Ang v Reliantco Investments Ltd [2019] 3 WLR 161 (jurisdiction challenge); Goknur v Organic Village Ltd [2019] EWHC 2201 (product liability & deceit); LCIA arbitration in Russian oil and gas sector; Kupeli & Ors v Kibris Turk Hava Yollari Sirketi [2018] 4 All ER 434; [2019] 1 WLR 1235 (trial of test claims); Pilgrim Rock Ltd v Iwaniuk [2019] GCCR 17013 (unfair relationships under Consumer Credit Act 1974); Trusts dispute re BVI/Cayman/Curaçao trust companies; Combination Hip Prosthesis Litigation (Product Liability).


Previously a management consultant at L.E.K Consulting.


French, German & Spanish


The Commercial Bar Association; London Common Law and Commercial Bar Association; Commercial Fraud Lawyers Association; International Bar Association.


Merchant Taylors School, Northwood; St Anne’s College, Oxford (Modern Languages, 1st Class Honours); City University (CPE) & Inns of Court School of Law (BVC). Hardwicke, Haldane & Thomas Moore Scholar (Lincoln’s Inn); Lord Woolf Scholar ((Daily Telegraph/1 Crown Office Row); Phoenicia Scholar (Bar European Group).

Lawyer Rankings

London Bar > Product liability

(Leading Juniors) Ranked: Tier 3

Matthew Bradley4 New SquareHis expertise on product liability is invaluable.

Noted as a ‘good set with a broad range of talent‘, 4 New Square mainly defends clients in consumer, commercial and regulatory product liability cases in a variety of industries. Of particular note, David Turner QC is acting for Servisair in a potential claim by a warehouse operator and several airlines arising out of a large fire at Heathrow Airport. The ‘measured and insightfulGraham Eklund QC and Matthew Bradley, who operates a broad caseload of product liability claims, are also noteworthy in the field.

London Bar > Commercial litigation

(Leading Juniors) Ranked: Tier 3

Matthew Bradley4 New SquareAn eloquent advocate and fierce in cross examination; he is a wordsmith, both in settling pleadings and penning correspondence.

London Bar > Company and partnership

(Company - Leading juniors) Ranked: Tier 5

Matthew Bradley4 New SquareHe has commercial know-how.