Harvey has a strong profile in Dispute Resolution, having had nearly 20 years’ experience in this area of legal practice. His broad experience includes a number of high profile cases, and advising a wide range of commercial clients from PLCs to owner managed businesses, traditional partnerships and LLPs.

Harvey has a high level of repeat instructions from corporate clients, maintaining long-standing, trusted client relationships across his career. He provides responsive and commercial advice very often in urgent situations where injunctive relief may be required.

Harvey has represented clients at all levels and has very significant experience in the Court of Appeal, the Supreme Court (and the House of Lords as it was) and its equivalent in the area of Sports Law being the Court of Arbitration for Sport is Lausanne, Switzerland.

  • Partnership and LLP Disputes
  • Corporate Disputes
  • Disputes involving Directors
  • Shareholder Disputes
  • Injunctions

Union Music Ltd –v- Russell Watson

  • Harvey was instructed by Union Music in a claim against the Opera singer Russell Watson in relation to his Management Agreement. He successfully defended an appeal to the Court of Appeal of a decision to refuse Mr Watson’s application to strike out the case against him on an argument of a Contract being voidable.

Union Music Ltd –v- Russell Watson

  • Again Harvey was instructed by Union Music in a successful appeal to the Court of Appeal in relation to the power of a Court’s Order in an Extra Ordinary General Meeting of Shareholders to consider a resolution where the majority of the Board were opposed to such a meeting and resolution.

Cream Holdings –v- Banerjee and Trinity Mirror Group

  • Harvey represented Cream Holdings in obtaining an Injunction against Trinity Mirror Group to prevent the publication of time sensitive commercial information and thereafter represented the company in appeals to both the Court of Appeal and the House of Lords.

M-TECH Data Systems Limited –v- Sun Microsystems Inc

  • Harvey represented M-TECH in their defence of a claim for Trademark infringement where the Court considered new Defences to a Trademark claim in both the Court of Appeal and the Supreme Court.

Harry Wiltshire –v- British Triathlon Federation

  • Harvey represented Harry Wiltshire in his international appeal to the Court of Arbitration for Sport of his ban from international competition based upon the interpretation of the International Triathlon Union Regulations.

Previous Law Firms:

  • Hill Dickinson LLP, Partner, 2010 – 2014
  • Halliwells LLP, Partner 2005 – 2010
  • Wacks Caller, Partner, 1998 – 2005
  • Cuff Roberts, Solicitor, 1994 – 1998
  • Cuff Roberts, Trainee Solicitor, 1992 – 1998

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