Temple Garden Chambers is a leading common law set based in London and The Hague.
With excellence from top to bottom Chambers provides a first class service in a number of different fields.
Barristers at Temple Garden Chambers act for clients in a wide range of domestic and international commercial disputes.
Members of chambers appear in courts at all levels in England and Wales, and are developing practices in jurisdictions such as Dubai (DIFC), and Singapore. We also offer expertise in arbitration in the UK and abroad.
Our commercial practice includes all forms of contractual disputes, notably those associated with financial investments, commercial loans, construction projects, high net worth individuals, oil and gas, software developers and global corporations. We also advise and represent clients across a broad spectrum of commercial cases including those involving directors’ duties, franchise agreements, and the supply and sale of goods. Members of chambers have particular experience of commercial fraud litigation and can offer expertise in injunctive relief, including asset freezing orders.
We offer expertise in the drafting of all forms of contracts including commercial agreements, commercial hire agreements, and consumer contracts.
Our commercial practice is complemented by our expertise in professional negligence, costs, credit hire, public law, international law and civil fraud. Our barristers are well placed to advise where these areas intersect.
George Davies is currently acting (as an employed advocate with Ballinger Law Limited) for a Libyan state entity which is seeking damages for the alleged misappropriation of circa €15 million of its funds by a company and its directors. The...
George Davies was involved in a successful mediation of a High Court claim on behalf of a claimant who was seeking substantial damages against a high street bank for exacerbation of a psychiatric illness and for loss of earnings. The...
Breach of fiduciary duty.
Defending Health and Safety advisers in commercial action by company for recovery of fine following conviction for H&S regulatory offence.
Obtaining a freezing injunction for a political party arising out of a failure to supply advertising vans during the election campaign.