Stuart Wright is a specialist civil barrister and an accredited civil & commercial mediator.
Stuart has a dedicated civil practice developed over the past 17 years and has received consistently strong independent directory ratings for each of the past 11 years. He is regularly instructed in a range of common law matters with particular expertise in Business/Commercial and Contractual Disputes, Property Law, Professional Negligence and Personal Injury work. He provides in-house lectures for Local Authorities, Housing Associations and firms of solicitors in his specialist areas. Whilst predominantly practising throughout the south east he travels nationally when required.
In parallel and often complementing to his work as a civil barrister, Stuart is an ADR group accredited civil & commercial mediator and accepts instructions in a wide range of disputes.
Business/Commercial and Contractual Disputes: Over recent years Stuart has developed an increased focus on contractual disputes involving a wide range of business/commercial and private matters and has achieved independent recognition for his work (see below). Stuart has been praised for his insightfulness for commercial sensitivities and business expediency.
Property Law: Stuart has extensive experience in a wide variety of Property Law matters, with a particular emphasis on Landlord & Tenant disputes, both business and private (whether short or long term leasehold). Stuart is regularly instructed in actions in both the County Court and the First-Tier Tribunal (Property Chamber) (formerly known as the ‘LVT’ Leasehold Valuation Tribunal), including cases involving Business Tenancies, Leasehold enfranchisement, Service Charge disputes, Management issues and suchlike.
Professional Negligence & Professional Discipline: Stuart is frequently instructed in professional negligence and professional discipline cases involving a range of disciplines, principally concerning solicitors, surveyors, expert valuers, architects, engineers, builders and accountants although over the years his work has included a broad spectrum of professions including loss adjusting, software design, psychology and zoology.
Personal injury: Stuart has considerable experience in Personal Injury actions (including multi-track and fatal accident claims). Stuart takes pride in his pragmatic approach to resolving liability disputes and provides thorough, practical and where appropriate innovative advice – which often gets results. His sensible and compassionate approach is supported by his first-rate client care.
General Common Law: Having developed the above specialisms from a solid foundation in general common law, Stuart has substantial experience of a wide range of common law matters and continues to receive general common law civil instructions. In particular, Stuart is often instructed in relation to Insolvency (both Personal & Corporate) and general Contractual disputes (including care home charges and local authority funding).
Mediation: Stuart is a trained mediator and accepts instructions in a wide range of civil & commercial disputes. His 17 year background as a civil barrister and his ability to identify and focus on the issues at the heart of the dispute provide a firm foundation for his work as a civil & commercial mediator. Further details are available on www.disputesmediated.com
In his spare time Stuart particularly enjoys sailing, travel, scuba diving and snowboarding.
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