Dominic Pinder Associate

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Contact Details

Dominic works in the asset finance litigation team.

Main areas of practice

Dominic primarily receives instructions from asset finance funders for the recovery of assets and sums due under a variety of types of finance transactions. The vast majority of these matters are for defended actions ranging from small claims to multi-track cases.

Clients

Dominic's clients include a number of high profile banks and lenders, as well as smaller commercial institutions.

Significant experience

Dominic has experience in general finance and banking claims along with experience in reported PPI litigation.

Dominic also has extensive experience in CCA claims and advising on matters arising from the Act

Other expertise

Insolvency: As well as litigation, Dominic advises on insolvency claims and claims against guarantors.

Expertise

Articles by Dominic

NRAM test case considered by the Court the Court of Appeal

News

The question raised in this case was whether this statement had contractual or any other legal force and if so, what effect it had.

Does a credit broker owe a borrower a fiduciary duty?

Article

The Court of Appeal have recently clarified the duties owed by credit brokers towards borrowers in the case of McWilliam & McWilliam v. Norton Finance (UK) Limited T/A Norton Finance (in liquidation).

Supreme Court hands down judgment in PPI Mis-selling Case

Article

The Supreme Court has handed down judgment in the case of Plevin v. Paragon Personal Finance Limited [2014] UKSC 61.

Related Knowledge & Resources

Breach of jurisdiction clause – High Court protects company and affiliate by way of anti-suit injunction

A High Court decision highlights how Courts may construe parties' intentions when interpreting jurisdiction clauses in contracts, as well as the protection that can be afforded by way of anti-suit injunctions.Ben Clark explains the impact this will have.

Court rules are (not) made to be broken

The Andrew Mitchell "plebgate" defamation case in 2013 was well known for the political furore. Within legal circles, the case was a stark example of the court losing patience with people, and their lawyers, ignoring the rules.

Starting up a business

Whatever their reasons for wanting to start a business – there are three main factors start-ups will need to consider. Here is some advice on starting a business.

A Guide to Civil Penalties for Landlords

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Guide: Our workplace mediation service

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Recovering outstanding berthing fees – a guide for marinas and boatyards

Blake Morgan provides a helpful guide for Marinas and Boat Yards on recovering outstanding berthing fees.