Introduction Introduction Conor is skilled in drafting and advising on commercial disputes both in domestic and international proceedings. His areas of expertise include unjust enrichment, bribery, economic torts and partnership disputes. Conor has also gained significant experience in employment, insolvency, property (including landlord & tenant and housing), personal injury and regulatory proceedings. Conor is known for his ability to turn work around at speed and for his detailed attendance notes and client care. Qualifications Qualifications MA, University of Oxford Notable Cases Notable Cases Acting for property owners in enforcement proceedings for an order for sale Acting for property owners in TOLATA and possession proceedings Advising on the enforceability of a construction contract Acting in a claim for constructive dismissal on grounds of race discrimination and harassment at work Acting in a false imprisonment, assault and battery PTSD/loss of earnings personal injury claim Advising in relation to cross-border insolvency proceedings in Madrid and London Acting in a professional negligence claim in which it was alleged that a commercial lease had been negligently drafted Advising on the terms of a commercial finance leasing agreement Securing an injunction pending a claim for relief from forfeiture Testimonials Testimonials “We would definitely recommend Connor for his friendly and practical approach.” - Hadfield & Co “Conor has the ability to work incredibly swiftly and is excellent at pinpointing the exact issues a client is tackling. Very approachable and client friendly.” - Hodders Languages Languages Conversational Spanish, reasonable standard Publications Publications Conor wrote five chapters on tortious liability in the supplement to the 13th edition of Bingham and Berrymans’ Personal Injury and Motor Claims Cases (Butterworths, September 2012). Awards & Prizes Awards & Prizes Winner, Inns of Court annual debating competition, 2012 Direct Access Direct Access Conor Edward is accredited to accept work under Direct access, also known as Public access, in suitable cases. In order to instruct Conor on a Direct access basis, contact the clerks on +44 (0) 20 7242 6476 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.