36 Young Street, Manchester, M3 3FT
DX: 718188 MCH 3
Direct Dial: 0161 832 9082
5 Park Square, Leeds, LS1 2NE
DX: 713113 LEEDS PARK SQ
Direct Dial: 0113 242 1123
Embassy House, 60 Church Street,
Birmingham, B3 2DJ
DX: 13023 BIRMINGHAM
Direct Dial: 0121 200 3570
Clerked by:Harry Young
Jonathan has appeared in several arbitrations and adjudications, as sole counsel and junior counsel in a larger team, covering various commercial, construction and sports matters.
Jonathan also appears regularly on arbitration and adjudication related business in the High Court, such as applications for stays, challenges to awards, and enforcement of awards (including the enforcement of foreign awards under the New York Convention).
“First rate intellect”
Since being called to the bar in 2007, Jonathan has developed a broad experience across the spectrum of commercial dispute resolution. He has appeared as sole counsel in multi-day trials and heavy applications in the High Court; has regularly appeared in arbitrations and adjudications and upon the enforcement of resulting awards, both at home and abroad; and has served as part of a counsel team in several multi-week trials, both in the English High Court and in the Commercial Court of the British Virgin islands.
Jonathan is authorised to accept public access cases in appropriate circumstances.
Jonathan recently appeared in Amey v Cumbria County Council ( EWHC 2856 (TCC)), a four-month trial in the TCC
Year of Call: 2007 (England); 2013 (British Virgin Islands)
Areas of Expertise
- Arbitration and Adjudication
- Banking and finance
- Civil fraud
- Professional Negligence
- Technology and IT
Northern Circuit Commercial Bar Association
British Irish Bar Association
BVC (Outstanding, Northumbria)
GDL (Distinction, Northumbria)
BA (Class I, Birmingham)
Legal 500 2015 (British Virgin Islands): “First rate intellect”
Chambers and Partners 2014 (UK): “very thorough and user-friendly”
Chambers and Partners 2013 (UK): “Tipped by market sources as an up-and-comer to watch. He has a broad commercial practice."