• Assisting a major helicopter manufacturer and its insurers in relation to the handling of legal liability issues arising out of the forced ditchings of two EC225 and one AS332 Super Puma helicopter in the North Sea in 2012/2013.
  • Assisting a major helicopter manufacturer and its insurers and handling claims which may arise out of the accident to an EC 135 helicopter which crashed into the Clutha Bar in Glasgow on 29 November 2013. 
  • Representing reinsurers in the handling of claims in 11 jurisdictions arising out of the crash of an Aerocaribbean operated ATR72 aircraft in Cuba in November 2010.
  • Advising insurers/reinsurers on coverage issues relating to a claim for loss of aircraft spares and equipment resulting from a hangar fire in Saudi Arabia.
  • Representing a major UK airline in connection with large passenger class action in New York, including conducting witness interviews, collection of information under Data Protection rules and providing ancillary regulatory advice on pricing and fares.
  • Representing a major UK airline in a claim against it by a disabled passenger for damages as a consequence of the airline failing to meet his seating request on a flight from the UK to Cyprus. The case involved the application of Regulation 1107/06 in the context of the Montreal Convention 1999 and was won by the airline both at first instance and on appeal.
  • Defending a major Asian carrier in the Commercial Court in respect of a claim for breach of contract, including allegations of tortious inducement of breach of contract and conspiracy to injure by unlawful means, arising from the sale of redundant fleet aircraft.
  • Defending a major UK carrier in the High Court in respect of a claim for breach of contract arising out of the cessation of flying operations by the carrier at a regional airport in November 2006.
  • Representing the government of a sovereign state in High Court judicial review proceedings concerning sovereignty over the airspace above an area of the territory of that State currently under foreign control.
  • Defending six high profile carriers in passenger claims for compensation for delay following the CJEU decision in Nelson -v- TUI (reaffirming the decision in Sturgeon/Bock) which purports to extend the obligations to compensate passengers in the event of delay by reference to Regulation (EC) 261/04.