James Bromige

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James completed pupillage at Queen Square in 2012 and since then has developed a broad practice in Chancery and Commercial work across England and Wales at both County and High Court level.

James is recognised as a strong and robust advocate having honed his craft in the Crown Court.  He is often called upon for commercial matters concerning serious allegations of fraud.  Recent instructions include representing a legal expenses insurer pursuing a Solicitors Firm for unjust enrichment and advising a former director of a company in a matter concerning a conspiracy to defraud.

James also frequently appears in the High Court dealing with injunction applications to enforce restrictive covenants and is often called upon to advise clients as to the drafting of contracts to ensure enforceability.

In respect of Property and Chancery work, James accepts instructions in a wide variety of matters concerning property and boundary disputes, trespass, nuisance and issues arising from Party Walls.  He has recently been instructed to advise in a long standing dispute between neighbouring landowners arising from positive covenants of repair as well as a High Court action concerning nuisance and damage arising from vibration damage.

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