Geraint Wheatley practises exclusively within the chancery and commercial fields and has particular expertise in banking, all forms of property litigation, commercial litigation (including sale of goods and general contractual claims) and professional negligence.
He is recognised as a leading junior in Chambers UK, which says: ‘The “extremely bright” Geraint Wheatley offers expertise in all areas of property litigation. Sources praise the fact that he is “technically accurate but also practical, pragmatic and commercial.” He is further appreciated for his approachable and user-friendly style.’
Wheatley practises exclusively within the chancery and commercial fields and has particular expertise in banking, all forms of property litigation, commercial litigation (including sale of goods and general contractual claims), and professional negligence.
He regularly acts in both the high and county courts for institutional clients such as banks and national limited companies, as well as LPA receivers, local authorities, SMEs and individuals. He has appeared a number of times before the Court of Appeal and the adjudicator to HM Land Registry.
Wheatley aims to bring a practical and commercial approach to bear on all instructions.
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This material was sourced from the Kings Chambers website.
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