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2TG – 2 Temple Gardens, Jacqueline Perry QC, London, ENGLAND

Jacqueline Perry QC

Tel:
Work +44 (0)20 7822 1200
Email:
Web:
www.2tg.co.uk/people/jacqueline-perry-qc/
2TG – 2 Temple Gardens (2TG – 2 Temple Gardens)

Position

Jacqueline handles cases in personal injury, clinical negligence, insurance and product liability in the UK and commercial and civil cases in California. Jacqueline acts for local authorities and insurers, trades’ unions and Government departments, the Police and the Fire Brigade. She has acted for claimants in cases arising out of major disasters, including the original and recent Thalidomide claims and she is instructed in major multi-party matters. From the mid-90’s and still continuing today, Jacqueline has been advising the victims of the drug Thalidomide in respect of the funding that needed to be substantially increased for them. For this matter Jacqueline acted pro bono throughout. She is instructed in a multi-party action against a major drug company in respect of a well-known anti-depressant. She is also leading in the first of the many cases seeking compensation for damage caused by mesh implants. A qualified Californian lawyer, Jacqueline is ‘of counsel’ at Rufus-Isaacs, Acland & Grantham, Beverly Hills. She was trial counsel in the first of a number of cases involving carbon monoxide poisoning arising out of faulty heating equipment in Napa Valley, California (2012). In 2011, Jacqueline concluded a multimillion dollar action in Seattle, Washington State – a wrongful death claim arising, amongst other reasons, from a defectively designed axle locking nut. In Insurance, Jacqueline has been instructed in insurance claims ranging from motor traffic cases to municipal and local government cases, mainly on behalf of the defendant insurers. Jacqueline is currently instructed in a difficult and sensitive insurance claim arising out of a dispute on an employment policy. She is also currently advising in a $60m dispute with re-insurers on a CAR policy arising out of a $250m hydraulic power plant project in the Philippines which was devastated by a typhoon in 2009. In 2008, Jacqueline secured an award of more than £3m on behalf of a sub-contractor against one of the world’s largest construction corporations (Manufacturing Automation Solutions Inc v Kiewit Pacific Co). In 2011, Jacqueline achieved a multimillion settlement in a claim which was about to go to trial in Seattle, Washington State arising out of road traffic accident and product liability (Re Ellis deceased v Democon and Others).

Career

Called 1975, Gray’s Inn; QC 2006; admitted California Bar 2001; accredited ‘A’ advocacy trainer (Gray’s); qualified and experienced mediator; Bencher of Gray’s Inn.

Languages

French.

Member

PIBA; PNBA.

Education

Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford (1973 BA Hons Jurisprudence; 1977 MA).

Leisure

Film, motor sailing, travel.

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