Nicholas Trompeter > Chambers of Mark Warwick QC > London, England > Lawyer Profile
Chambers of Mark Warwick QC Offices
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Nick’s practice encompasses all areas of Commercial Chancery litigation, including commercial and residential landlord and tenant matters, corporate and personal insolvency, real property disputes, professional liability claims, civil fraud and asset recovery, trusts, contractual claims, claims on guarantees, unjust enrichment, restitutionary remedies, directors’ disqualification and public-interest winding up.
Called in 2006. Significant experience in Court and in arbitral proceedings. Frequently instructed to apply for / resist injunctions. Appointed to the Attorney-General B Panel of Counsel. Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators. Co-author of Break Clauses (2nd Edition), Jordans 2016. Previously acted as a judicial assistant in the Supreme Court of Israel in Jerusalem.
Property Bar Association; Chancery Bar Association; Professional Negligence Bar Association
New College, Oxford (MA Classics; New College Scholar); City University (CPE, distinction); ICSL (BVC, outstanding; Barstow Law Scholarship for coming third in the year; Du Cann Memorial Prize for highest overall marks in advocacy assessments); Wilfred Watson award from Gray’s Inn.
London Bar > Professional negligenceWithin: Leading Juniors -
Selborne Chambers is an ‘excellent set for professional negligence‘ instructions with its members delivering a ‘quality service‘. They are often engaged on cases involving solicitors, valuers, accountants and financial services professionals. Nicholas Trompeter is defending the Chief Land Registrar in Dhillon v Barclays Bank & Chief Land Registrar, a claim to rectify the register following a series of mistaken or negligent property transfers. P & P Property Ltd v Owen White and Catlin and Crownvent, an appeal concerning property identity fraud, was a notable case for Gary Blaker QC.