Bridget has extensive experience in commercial disputes, including acting for both seller and buyer in breach of warranty claims arising from share or business sale agreements, misrepresentation, commercial fraud (including claims for unlawful means conspiracy), specific performance of a property-based joint venture agreement, claim for rectification of a major construction contract, claims based on finance leases, disputed claims under litigation-funding insurance, distributorship disputes, bank and private lender claims, both secured and unsecured, and guarantee-based claims.
She represented the successful respondent in the House of Lords in a bailment claim relating to photocopiers (TRM Copy Centres (UK) Limited v Lanwall Services Limited  UKHL 35), having also represented the client in the Queens Bench Division and Court of Appeal. She represented a licensee under the “Investors In People” scheme in a contractual dispute brought by one of its assessors (Broughton v Capital Quality Limited  EWHC 3457 (QB).
In MAN UK Properties Limited v Falcon Investments Limited  EWHC 1324 (Ch) she obtained an order for specific performance of property-based joint venture agreement.
Recent cases include:
- Acting for a major property consultant in a dispute arising out of the submissions of sites in the National Grid tendering process.
- Acting for the same client in a dispute arising out of the sale of a hotel and restaurant group.
- Acting for the vendor claimant in claim under a share sale agreement relating to the disposal of a portfolio of care homes.
- Acting for a lender seeking to enforce a charge over a Sikh temple in this jurisdiction in a dispute arising out of the refinancing of a Sikh temple in Canada.