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2 Temple Gardens
2 TEMPLE GARDENS, TEMPLE
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Neil Moody QC
Property damage and product liability, especially arising from fires, explosions, subsidence and floods. Utilities and construction claims. Insurance and reinsurance: coverage disputes, policy construction, fraudulent and exaggerated claims. Professional negligence: particularly claims against architects, engineers, surveyors, other construction professionals and insurance brokers. International arbitration.
2TG Co-Head of Insurance, Head of Property Damage.
Reported cases include: Kalma v African Minerals  (international mass tort action); Oldcorn v Southern Water  (flood); Cooper v Thameside  EWHC (flood); Mueller v Central Roofing  EWHC (construction, fire); Brumder v Motornet  EWCA (insurance, company directors); Hi-Lite v Wolseley  EWHC (fire, product liability); William McIlroy v Quinn Insurance  EWCA (insurance, policy construction); All Leisure Holidays v Europaische Reiseversicherung  EWHC (insurance/ reinsurance); Vicar of Spalding v Chubb Fire  EWCA (product liability, novus actus); CPP v NuWay  EWHC 824 (product liability, explosion); Cordin v Newport CC  EWHC (flooding, Rylands v Fletcher); Haward v Fawcetts  UKHL 9 (professional negligence, limitation).
Tecbar accredited adjudicator; PNBA accredited adjudicator.
Times Lawyer of the Week (Jan 2019).
Combar, LCCLBA, PNBA, Tecbar.
University College, Oxford (1987 MA).
Sailing, skiing, architecture.
Lawyer Rankings(Leading Silks) Ranked: Tier 2
2 Temple Gardens has ‘excellent experience in professional negligence work‘ and it is regularly involved in disputes concerning solicitors and barristers; insurance and financial services professionals; architects and engineers; surveyors and valuers; and a range of other construction and design professionals. Charles Dougherty QC acted in Court of Appeal case Schubert Murphy v Law Society, which examined the duty of care owed by the solicitors’ representative body to its members and the public. Also of note, Neil Moody QC is acting for the developer in Ramvel v Countryside Properties, a subcontractors’ negligence case.(Leading Silks) Ranked: Tier 4 (Leading Silks) Ranked: Tier 2