Leeds based Parklane Plowden Chambers has welcomed a new tenant to its 18-strong chancery and commercial team.
Dominic Crossley who was called to the Bar in 2006, specialises in all aspects of chancery and commercial law with a particular focus on real property and wills, probate and trusts. He joins Parklane Plowden from Leeds-based Enterprise Chambers, where he practiced for four years.
Dominic’s property practice covers disputes concerning adverse possession, easements, boundaries and covenants as well as those over co-ownership of land and claims involving proprietary estoppel.
From a probate perspective, Dominic’s practice includes disputes over the validity of wills, applications for removal or substitution of personal representatives and claims for the restitution of estate property.
In addition, he advises and acts on a range of commercial work including contractual and tortious claims, sale of goods, debt, and claims for return of goods.
Commenting on his new tenancy, Dominic said: “Parklane Plowden has an excellent reputation for being a chambers with a progressive approach which is aligned with a clear growth plan.”
“The set’s chancery and commercial team is highly regarded and outstanding at what they do. I am looking forward to helping further develop the practice for the benefit of our existing and future clients.”
Chancery and commercial practice director, Stephen Render, said: “Dominic is renowned for providing clear and pragmatic advice and possessing superb technical knowledge, making him a fantastic addition to the team.
“Dominic’s extensive experience across real property in particular will play a key role in further growing Parklane Plowden’s reputation for excellence on the North Eastern circuit and beyond.”