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DX: 718188 MCH 3
Direct Dial: 0161 832 9082
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Embassy House, 60 Church Street,
Birmingham, B3 2DJ
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Clerked by:Colin Griffin
Rupert accepts instructions on behalf of both claimants and defendants in fast track and multi track personal injury claims in all areas of personal injury at fast track and multi track level. He also has extensive experience of CICA hearings; Motor Insurers' Bureau claims; employers' liability; industrial accidents; industrial disease; holiday claims; cases involving fraud and fatal accident claims including Coroner's inquests.
He has a particular interest and wide experience of cases involving sporting injuries and claims involving credit hire issues.
Rupert has experience of dealing with all aspects of fraud in civil litigation. In particular he has undertaken many Defendant cases involving fraudulent claims arising out of Road Traffic Accidents as well as those where surveillance evidence is used.
Melvin Harvey v Sherwood & Sons Limited (2005) LTL 6/4/2006 - Mitigation of loss in respect of credit hire of a motorcycle
Year of Call: 2001
Areas of Expertise
- Commercial Litigation
- Personal Injury
- Professional Negligence
- Sports Law
British Association for Sport and Law (BASL)
Personal Injuries Bar Association (PIBA)
Administrative Law Bar Association (ALBA)
- Co-author of the Halsbury Centenary Essay ‘The Field of Play’ (Butterworths, 2007)
- Contributor to the New Oxford Companion to Law (Oxford, 2008) on the subjects of combat and blood sports
- Contributor to Halsbury’s Laws of England volume on Sports (Butterworths, 2012)
- Co-author of Sports Law by Beloff, Kerr and Demetriou (2nd Edition)(Hart Publishing, 2012)
- Co-author of Atkins Court Forms volume on Sports (Lexis Nexis, 2013)
- Contributor to the International Sports Law Review
LLB PgDip(EC Law)
Rupert read History at Christ Church, Oxford, before studying Law at the University of Buckingham. He achieved the top first class law degree in the university; won university prizes for tort, EC law, trusts, criminal law and contract; and obtained the Edgar Palamountain Award for Excellence and Aylesbury Vale DC prize for Public Law. He holds a Postgraduate Diploma in EC Law from King's College, London.
Rupert worked in sports media before training for the Bar and undertaking pupillage at No5 Chambers. He is a member of Gray's Inn.