Jonathan has practiced in the City for close to 30 years and has a wealth of experience in the insurance industry and has a number of reported cases that demonstrate his abilities as a leader in the areas of dispute resolution, insurance, marine, aviation, general commercial matters and social media. Jonathan regularly presents seminars and lectures to the public insurers banks and other lawyers, on a range of topics, including social media
He has also conducted a number of Arbitrations, before both the LMAA and ICC and dealt with boundary disputes, defended planning applications, and property transfers after matrimonial issues
Jonathan’s cases speak for themselves – his clients trust him to deal with complex litigation in an efficient manner
Addressed IntAP Conference, Cologne, December 2017 on Reform Of The Marine Insurance Act 1906
Addressed Lloyds on South African Short Term Investment Act
Addressed Ukrainian Insurers on Aggregate Extension Clauses
Jonathan has been endorsed by many clients, with over 50 endorsements for litigation alone
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