Jonathan Moffatt acts in commercial, financial services, employment, pensions and personal injury travel matters.
In late 2012–2013, he was seconded for five months to the Retail Conduct team of the FSA’s General Counsel’s Division. Moffatt advised on a broad range of matters, including the current interest rate hedging product review by banks, unfair terms in consumer contracts and payment protection insurance. He has a good working knowledge of FSMA and the Handbook.
In April–July 2012, Moffatt was Judicial Assistant to Lord Justice Rix, Court of Appeal. He drafted 33 legal opinions on commercial and employment appeals, including the banking cases of Rubenstein v HSBC Bank Plc  PNLR 9 and Zaki v Credit Suisse (UK) Ltd  EWCA Civ 14.
In early 2012, Moffatt worked for two months as support counsel to the Al-Sweady Public Inquiry concerning alleged mistreatment and unlawful killing of Iraqi nationals by British soldiers in 2004.
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