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Chambers of James Goudie QC and John Cavanagh QC

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11 KING'S BENCH WALK, TEMPLE, LONDON, EC4Y 7EQ, ENGLAND
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11KBW (Chambers of James Goudie QC and John Cavanagh QC), Julian Wilson, London, ENGLAND

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Julian Wilson

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Work 020 7632 8500
Email:
11KBW (Chambers of James Goudie QC and John Cavanagh QC)

Position

Barrister practising in commercial and employment litigation, including shareholder and partnership disputes, distributorship and agency relationships, commercial fraud, asset tracing and injunctions. Regularly acts in disputes concerning minority shareholder unfair prejudice, breaches of shareholder agreements, disputed entitlements under company share schemes, carried interest and profit share arrangements and bonus claims for variable and deferred remuneration. Has dealt with many cases concerning unlawful competition, breach of restrictive covenants, restraint of trade, misuse of confidential information, team moves and springboard relief. Has represented clients in high-profile bonus, dismissal, and whistle-blowing cases and in regulatory disciplinary proceedings. Also experienced in cross-border litigation and conflicts of law, disputes involving offshore structures, and commercial arbitration. Recently appeared in the BVI and in Gibraltar.

Career

Called 1997; Inner Temple; solicitor, England & Wales 1984-97; litigation partner Herbert Smith 1990-97. Detailed cv available at http://www.11kbw.com/barristers/docs/Julian WilsonCV.pdf.

Member

COMBAR, ELBA.

Education

King George V Grammar School; Pembroke College, Oxford (1981 BA Hons, jurisprudence).


London Bar

Employment

Within: Employment – Leading juniors

Julian Wilson - 11KBWHe is excellent at dealing with the commercial elements of employment issues.

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11KBW (Chambers of James Goudie QC and John Cavanagh QC)

  • Possession Proceedings 28 August 2012

    The lower courts continue to clarify the position following the decisions of the Supreme Court in Manchester City Council v Pinnock [2010] UKSC 45; [2011] 2 AC 104 and Hounslow London Borough Council v Powell [2011] UKSC 8; [2011] 2 AC 18 on the application of Article 8 ECHR to defend possession proceedings.
    - 11KBW

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