Julian is an experienced and versatile barrister based in London and the South East. He specialises in criminal law and property law. He has written a book on the law on Houses in Multiple Occupation and is known and as a specialist lawyer in this area. In addition, he has dealt with prosecutions relating to breaches of improvement notices and other proceedings involving Local Authorities or the CPS including business and council tax disputes.
He also has a well-known practice in road traffic and transportation law. In this area alone over the last eighteen months he has represented in a jury trial a defendant charged with death by careless driving (acquitted) and a lorry driver charged with dangerous driving by battling another lorry through Reading town centre (acquitted). Other recent trials include representing a professional man accused of sexual assault of his neighbour (jury trial – acquitted) along with many other trials involving private clients facing criminal or regulatory proceedings. He understands that every case is of the utmost importance for the client facing proceedings.
Julian also has niche experience of Freedom of Information requests and can assist both companies and individuals in this area and other areas of Data Protection law. He undertakes bankruptcy work including annulling orders and winding up work.
He is the author of two books The Law of Houses in Multiple Occupancy and Forty Essential Traffic And Transportation Cases: A Busy Lawyer’s Compendium (Due: December 2018) both published by Law Brief Publishing Limited.
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