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Chambers of Richard Lynagh QC Offices
Crown Office Chambers
2 CROWN OFFICE ROW, TEMPLE
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Barrister specialising in insurance (including policy disputes and wording, insurance fraud, and claims involving brokers and underwriting agents) and professional indemnity litigation across many professions, particularly in the fields of construction and lawyers. He is experienced in ADR and professional disciplinary work. Reported cases include: APP Wholesale Plc v Adlink UK Ltd ; Davies v Barnes Webster & Sons ; Hirst & Ors v Trustees of the Irk Maclaren Settlement & Anor ; Warfield Park Homes Ltd v Warfield Park Residents’ Association ; Kew v Bettamix Ltd and ors (2006); Hodson Developments Ltd v GTA Civils Ltd Whitehouse Practice (2006); Shine v London Borough of Tower Hamlets (2006); and Warfield Park Homes Ltd v Warfield Park Residents’ Association (2006).
Qualified 1995; Middle Temple; publications: specialist editor ‘Pittaway & Hammerton: Professional Negligence Cases’ (Butterworths 1998).
PIBA; PNBA (executive committee); Chancery Bar Association; TECBAR; London Common Law and Commercial Bar Association; the Bar Council (2007 to date).
Lincoln College, Oxford (1993 BA (Hons)); City University, London (1994, post-graduate diploma in law).
Lawyer Rankings(Leading Juniors) Ranked: Tier 2
Crown Office Chambers is a ‘user-friendly set‘, with a ‘strength and breadth‘ of ‘experienced‘ professional negligence experts. The Ingenious Litigation is a key mandate for chambers, where Ben Quiney QC is leading Carlo Tackzalski in acting for the accountants. John Greenbourne and Ben Quiney QC were involved in Supreme Court’s Perry v Raleys, a landmark case on loss of a chance principles in professional negligence claims against solicitors. The set was recently bolstered by the arrival of leading juniors Ivor Collett and Nicola Atkins from 1 CHANCERY LANE.