Mott, Philip QC
Philip Mott undertakes a wide mix of criminal and civil work. Particular features are gross negligence manslaughter, major frauds, clinical negligence, especially involving mental health issues.
Philip Mott QC is first and foremost an advocate, whatever the type of work. His quiet style involves achieving mastery of the details of a case, but then standing back to look at the overall strategic objectives and how best to achieve them. His is a results-based approach, although he is quite capable of arguing points of pure law if that will assist the client.
With very wide experience in civil and criminal law, over the course of his career, Mott has appeared in many gross negligence manslaughter prosecutions; major fraud cases; clinical negligence claims for both claimants and defendants; personal injury work; local authority negligence claims; and many other areas of law.
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