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Julian Gun Cuninghame
Barrister specialising in banking, consumer credit, property, professional negligence and disciplinary; employment. Julian acts for individuals, companies and local authorities in all aspects of consumer and regulatory litigation and accepts public access instructions.
Called 1989; qualified as solicitor 1988; publications: author ‘Delay in Legal Proceedings: Responses and Remedies’ (Longman Practitioner Series); contributor ‘Atkins Court Forms’ (Vol 24, Landlord and Tenant; Vol 39, Trespass to Goods and Conversion).
London Common Law and Commercial Bar Association, Public Access Bar Association; Employment Law Bar Association.
Sherborne School; Edinburgh University (MA Hons Politics); College of Law.
Lawyer Rankings(Leading Juniors)Ranked: Tier 3
Gough Square Chambers ‘offers an unrivalled strength in depth in this area‘ with members covering all areas of consumer law at both silk and junior level. Among its recent highlight cases, Jonathan Kirk QC led Iain MacDonald in acting for Tesco in Tesco Stores Limited v Birmingham City Council, Birmingham Magistrates’ Court, a landmark food law case regarding labelling of use-by dates. Anna Medvinskaia has also acted for a supermarket in a case of a similar subject matter. Covid-19 inevitably impacted the market and in related work, Julian Gun Cuninghame‘s counsel to the Marshall family in Arkin v Marshall was the lead case on the coronavirus possession stay when it went before the Court of Appeal.