Nicholas Leviseur has an extensive practice in and considerable experience of commercial litigation in the High Court and Court of Appeal in London and in the negotiated and arbitral resolution of profit sharing, commercial development and buy out agreements and partnership disputes. He is also instructed in arbitral appeals to the High Court.
The subject matter of recent instructions has included passing off, telecommunications, rectification, gas supply solus agreements, land development and mineral extraction contracts, director and shadow director share and bonus agreements, commercial hold harmless clauses and avoidance of liability in commercial insurance contracts.
He is regularly instructed in disputes involving entrepreneurs, businesses and banks and in partnership disputes between doctors, dentists and veterinary surgeons, restaurateurs and solicitors, as well as in negligence actions against solicitors and other professionals.
He has considerable familiarity with pre-action remedies and injunction relief and, in appropriate cases, with the grant and discharge of Anton Piller, Mareva, Norwich Pharmacal, and Khanna orders and in working knowledge of the methods commonly used to place funds in offshore jurisdictions.
Nicholas Leviseur accepts instructions under the CCG’s Standard Contractual Terms for Professional Services.
25th May 2000
In Sloggett and Perry v Stroud and others, one of Nicholas Leviseur's cases, the Court of Appeal held that the High Court had been in error in considering a claim for rectification of a complex written contract before deciding on the true meaning of the contract as it stood, since rectification can only arise if the document does not give effect to what the parties intended.
Professional qualifications & appointments
- Legal Adviser to the General Dental Council
- Legal Assessor to the General Optical Council
- Called to the Bar of Southern Ireland
- Legal Assessor to the Nursing and Midwifery Council
- Legal Assessor to the General Chiropractic Council
3PB barrister Nicholas Leviseur in corporate governance case law: membership groups, terminating membership and an implied term
Judgment was given last week in Dymoke v Association for Dance Movement Pyschotherapy UK Ltd  EWHC 94 (QB) by Mr Justice Popplewell. The case concerned a ...Read more
Personal Injury update published by 3PB
The Personal Injury team has published its latest update including the latest on the Commons amendments regarding the Civil Liability Bill as considered by the ...Read more
3PB's Public and Regulatory team provide an update on the CQC and Practice and Procedure
On 15 March 2018 3PB Barristers Nicholas Leviseur, Nicholas Cotter and Sunyana Sharma presented a seminar on The CQC: Aims, Powers and Enforcement Powers and...Read more