Alexander has been instructed to conduct trials and applications in both the Fast and Multi-Track in addition to providing representation in commercial mediations.
Alexander's practice includes drafting, advising and providing court representation in the following areas:
- Agency law with a particular focus on recruitment and estate agency litigation
- Formation disputes including acceptance by conduct
- Sale of goods and supply of services with recent experience in the holiday and travel markets
- Debt recovery including defective construction claims with associated breaches of planning permission
- Unfair terms in consumer contracts
- Reputational damage arising out of breach of contract including a successful recovery of damages arising from a horse trainer being labelled dishonest after feed purchased from a supplier was found to contain prohibited substances.
- Shareholder Misfeasance including illegal conduct arising out of the Companies Act 2006
- Reduction in Share Capital Applications
- Breach of fiduciary duty claims
- Professional Negligence with recent work including professionals in the Property industry
- Product liability including advising on a defective paint grenade
- Claims in restitution relating to business and commerce
- Travel-related claims including international timeshare agreements
- Libel claims arising from online defamation
- Reputational Damage
- Misrepresentation in both tort and contractual claims.
- Extensive experience in conducting and opposing relief from sanctions applications
- Part 36 disputes.
- Kaplan Law School BPTC
- University of Southampton LLB Law
- Inner Temple Profumo Scholarship
- Inner Temple Major Exhibition Award
- Inner Temple Duke of Edinburgh Award
- Kaplan BPTC Future Potential Scholarship
Professional qualifications & appointments
- Bar Pro Bono Unit
- Personal Injury Bar Association
- BPP Civil Forensic Accountancy Course
- Western Circuit's Vulnerable Witness Advocacy Training Course.
Estate agencies and other agencies fees: the interpretation of an ‘Introduction’
3PB’s Alexander Whatley has successfully defended against a claim for an agency fee which turned on the interpretation of an ‘Introduction’. This is a wid...Read more
Commercial update: Settlement agreements, unknown claims, and finality
Will a settlement agreement compromise claims that are unknown to the parties? Alexander Whatley analyses the Court of Appeal’s most recent contribution to th...Read more
Alexander Whatley gives an update regarding security for costs and ATE insurance
If a claimant has the benefit of an After-The-Event insurance policy, is he protected from an order requiring him to provide security for the defendant’s cost...Read more