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Chambers of Gavin Mansfield QC

3 KING'S BENCH WALK NORTH, TEMPLE, LONDON, EC4Y 7HR, ENGLAND
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Mohinderpal Sethi QC

Tel:
Work 020 7797 8600
Email:
Web:
www.littletonchambers.com
Littleton Chambers (Chambers of Gavin Mansfield QC)

Position

Barrister specialising in domestic and cross-border company/commercial, employment, partnership and arbitration. Substantial experience of appearing in ultra high value claims in the High Court, tribunals and on appeal for and against international banks and other City institutions particularly involving all forms of asset and business protection. Recent high profile matters include leading cases on: financial scandals relating to Libor, Forex, HBOS Reading Branch (Deutsche Bank, Barclays and Lloyds Banking Group); injunctions restraining beaches of restrictive covenants, confidential information, fiduciary duties including team moves (BGC Switzerland v Tullett Prebon); multi-million pound bonus and share option claims (GFI v Tullett Prebon); anti-strike injunctions (Balfour Beatty v Unite); business transfers under TUPE (CWU v RMG); senior executive whistleblowing (Masterton v Lloyds Banking Group); landmark discrimination claims (MOD v DeBique); the ‘Border Checks’ scandal (Brodie Clark v Home Office); and misuse of social media (Crisp v Apple). Junior Counsel to the Crown (A Panel). For a comprehensive CV visit: www.mosethi.com.

Career

Silk 2019; Called 1996, Middle Temple; QC in March 2019; The Queen Mother’s Scholar (the premier Inn scholarship); The Malcolm Wright Prize winner; Harmsworth Major Entrance Exhibitioner. Publications of note: Editorial Board Member of ‘ELA Briefing’; author of several leading publications including ‘Employment Tribunal Remedies’ (Fourth edition, OUP), ‘Termination of Employment’ (Bloomsbury Professional) and Springboard Injunctions (PLC).

Languages

Punjabi; Hindi; French.

Member

ELA, ILS, ELBA (former Treasurer and current Secretary), APP, ARDL, COMBAR, LCLCBA, PNBA.

Education

Wadham College, University of Oxford (MA Hons Jurisprudence). Wadham Scholar.

Leisure

Young family, hiking, opera, tennis and photography.


London Bar

Civil liberties and human rights (including actions against the police)

Within: 2019 Silks

Mohinderpal Sethi QC - Littleton ChambersHas the ability to gain the trust and confidence of his clients; has an authoritative manner and focuses on the detail.

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Company and partnership

Within: Partnership - 2019 silks

Mohinderpal Sethi QC - Littleton ChambersA fearless advocate; but one with court instincts.

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Employment

Within: 2019 Silks

Mohinderpal Sethi QC - Littleton ChambersVery proactive with excellent experience of employee competition work.

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