Mark Dubbery > Chambers of Oba Nsugbe QC > London, England > Lawyer Profile
Chambers of Oba Nsugbe QC Offices
Pump Court Chambers
3 PUMP COURT, TEMPLE
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Inheritance, wills and probate, real property particularly constructive and resulting trusts, undue influence, financial remedy proceedings, Court of Protection, costs, mediation. Notable cases include: Stoker v Rose (Re Krzystofowicz (deceased)  WTLR 883; McMeekin v Long  29 EG 120; Brown & Ors v Russell Young & Co (a firm)  EWHC 90055 (Costs); Soulsbury v Soulsbury  EWCA Civ 938; Broadway v Fernandez  EWHC 684 (Ch); Parris v Williams  EWCA Civ 1147; Kentfield v Wright  EWHC 1607 (Ch).
Called 1996, Middle Temple; Pump Court Chambers; mediator (ADR group); head of the Inheritance, Wills and Probate team; member of the specialist Inheritance, Wills and Probate Mediation team; advocacy trainer (Middle Temple).
Western Circuit; Chancery Bar Association; Family Bar Association; ACTAPS; Civil Mediation Council; ADR Group.
St Edmunds, Ware; University College London (1991 BSc Econ); City Law School (1995 LLB).
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Lawyer Rankings(Leading Juniors) Ranked: Tier 1
Members of Pump Court Chambers are best known for their expertise in Chancery matters, although commercial litigation is another key work area for the set. Of recent note, Mark Dubbery was successful in his representation of a widow claiming provision from the estate of her late husband more than 25 years after the original claim deadline.