Neil Mendoza > Chambers of Mark Warwick QC > London, England > Lawyer Profile
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A highly accomplished commercial litigator whose practice substantially involves disputes in a business context, Neil provides friendly, pragmatic and plain-speaking advice. Known as a tenacious advocate, Neil argues cases without flinching or backing off under pressure. He has built a reputation for always turning round urgent paperwork so as to meet client requirements and deadlines.
Neil represented the 1st Defendant in the multi-million dollar Commercial Court claim of Dar Al Arkan – one of “The Lawyers Top 20 Cases for 2015” and the successful Claimant in the widely publicised negligence case of Sebry, the team winning “Litigation Team of the Year” at The Lawyers Awards for 2015.
Many of Neil’s cases involve land and property issues and he has extensive practical experience in commercial landlord and tenant, general property litigation including conveyancing, easements and boundaries as well as commercial and contractual disputes.
Notable cases appear on Neil’s entry on the Selborne Chambers web-site, including the “Pallant v Morgan equity”, procedural irregularities, breach of trust, section 61 of the Trustee Act, limitation issues, TOLATA, misrepresentation, restrictive covenants, Access to Neighbouring Land Act, disability discrimination and many other, and varied, topics.
He has significant expertise in difficult repossession issues and professional negligence claims involving solicitors and surveyors.
As a “senior junior” Neil provides a competitive service by meeting a demand for advice and representation in substantial commercial disputes but at a reasonable price.
Neil is highly experienced in representing clients at arbitrations and mediations and also accepts instructions on a Direct Access basis.
Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, Chancery Bar Association, Property Bar Association, Professional Negligence Bar Association, London Common Law and Commercial Bar Association.
Kingsbury High School; Magdalene College Cambridge (MA).