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Julian Greenhill QC

Call: 1997    QC: 2018

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Domestic Arbitration & ADR

Julian regularly acts in arbitrations and other forms of non-litigious dispute resolution both in the property and commercial fields. In addition Julian has experience of acting both as a ‘legal assessor’ and as an expert, determining disputes at the request of parties.

Notable cases (anonymised to preserve confidentiality) include:

  • Acting for the owner of a series of poultry farms in a high value arbitration against an energy company for defects in the installation and maintenance of a large number of renewable-energy heating systems at the farms (2019, ongoing)
  • Acting in an arbitration under LCIA Rules between a national utility company and its counterparty under a £ multi-billion sale and leaseback arrangement of the utility company’s entire property portfolio (2015).
  • Acting for and advising a major utility company in relation to an arbitration under LCIA Rules concerning the financial treatment of certain properties following a sale and leaseback of the company’s real estate (2013).
  • Acting as legal assessor in advising an expert in relation to a rent review arbitration on a tied public house in London (2013).
  • Acting in an arbitration for a firm of medical practitioners in a dispute over the expulsion of a partner from the firm (2012).
  • Acting in a rent review arbitration in relation to a large retail unit in West Sussex (2012).
  • Acting as an expert in order to determine whether certain documents should be disclosed by one party to the other, in relation to a dispute over the making of malicious allegations against a company (2011).
  • Acting as an expert in order to determine whether certain deductions were rightly made in the apportionment of rent following the sale of a shopping centre (2011).
  • Acting in a rent review arbitration in relation to a large hotel in central London (2009).
  • Acting in an arbitration under ICC Rules in Toronto, Canada concerning a dispute over the licence for the principal patents covering the manufacture and use of polynucleotide arrays, the enabling technology in genetic analysis (2004).