Henry maintains a broad interest in all of 12KBW’s practice areas, acting for both Claimants and Defendants. He has a particular interest in Asbestos, Clinical Negligence, Employment, Fraud and International & Travel work.
Henry regularly appears in trials, interim applications and has experience attending inquests and CCMCs. Henry is a member of the Bar Pro Bono Unit and is willing to consider acting on a pro bono basis.
During pupillage, under the supervision of John-Paul Swoboda, Henry developed a keen interest in injuries arising out of exposure to asbestos having drafted advice (liability and quantum) as well as pleadings. He is looking to expand this area of practice and he is happy to accept instructions on a CFA basis.
Henry acts for both Claimants and Defendants in Clinical Negligence litigation. He has a particular interest in complex causation cases.
Prior to pupillage, Henry worked for a large panel firm gaining an insight into the nuances and complications arising out of both public and private healthcare litigation. During pupillage, he worked on a variety of different cases drafting advice and pleadings including cases that were subject to simultaneous Inquest proceedings.
Recent work includes:
The Patterson Litigation: Henry worked as part of a team of 6 in the disclosure exercise surrounding the case, which involved over 2 million documents.
S v B: during pupillage, involved on advising in a consent case.
B v R: drafted a schedule of loss in a multimillion pound claim.
Henry has a strong working knowledge of all credit hire arguments. He appears for both Claimants and Defendants in this area.
Henry acts for both Claimants and Respondents in Employment Tribunals. He has a wide variety of experience in the both ET and the EAT in respect of Unfair Dismissal claims as well as claims arising out of the Equality Act 2010 and TUPE. Henry has a working knowledge of financial services litigation.
Recent work includes:
In the Employment Tribunal:
- M v S: represented the Claimant in a constructive unfair dismissal involving two resignations (including during her notice period).
- B v T: represented the Claimant who was subject to a TUPE transfer who was then not given the same terms and condition as under her previous role. The EJ accepted the submissions made at the outset leading to a very favourable settlement for the Claimant.
- N v C: drafted skeleton arguments in respect of protected disclosure detriment, continuing / series of acts and costs.
In the Employment Appeal Tribunal:
- H v N: conducted the appeal on a procedural point where the Claimant had been struck out at trial.
- B v R: (under the supervision of Carolyn D’Souza) drafted skeleton argument in respect of a forthcoming appeal in a financial services case.
Under the supervision of Arun Katyar, Henry obtained a large amount of exposure to cases in which Fraud was in issue or potentially in issue. This included both pre-proceedings and throughout the course of proceedings and at trials involving findings of fundamental dishonesty.
Henry is looking to expand this area of his practice.
Henry has attended a number of inquests during the course of pupillage, including an inquest where the scope of proceedings was significantly expanded pursuant to the rules. Henry wishes to develop this practice further for both families and those being investigated.
Henry has worked on difficult cases involving the MIB throughout pupillage. He is keen to work on this area further for both Claimants, Defendants and the MIB.
Henry did a joint honours degree including French Law. As such, he has a working knowledge of French legal texts as well as a command over the language itself. Further, at the Université de Strasbourg he completed a masters module in Private International Law. During this year, he worked for a legal charity, translating and writing submissions to the European Court of Human Rights on Private International Law, working on (amongst others) Parillo v Italy.
Closer to home, having worked on a number of travel cases during pupillage involving Rome II as well as the Package Travel Regulations, Henry is keen to expand both his paperwork and court practice in these areas.
Henry acts for Claimants and Defendants both on paper and in court. During pupillage he was involved in many conferences involving multiple experts as well as a number of TBI cases. Henry enjoys a growing practice in cases involving multiple Defendants and is keen to be more involved in such cases.
He has a particular interest in cases where personal injury overlaps into the workplace, having worked on a number of occupational stress cases under the supervision of Joel Kendall.
Government Legal Department’s Junior Junior Panel
Law with French Law and Language, University of Leicester, First Class Honours
Entente Cordiale Scholarship
BPTC, City Law School, Very Competent
Benefactors Scholarship, Middle Temple
Postgraduate Scholarship, City Law School