Guy’s expertise covers commercial and residential landlord and tenant matters as well as development issues. ‘Extremely commercial and highly intelligent’. ‘He has a great manner and is good on his feet.’ “
Real Estate Litigation
Guy has extensive experience of acting in professional negligence matters, but in particular in relation to solicitors and financial advisers.
He has extensive appellate experience and his Court of Appeal appearances in professional negligence matters include Joyce v Darby & Darby  EWCA Civ 677 (conveyancing: extent of duty and causation) and Channon (trading as Channon & Co) v Ward (trading as Ward & Associates)  EWHC 4256 (QB);  EWCA Civ 13 (insurance broker: loss of a chance, insurance terms and causation)). He has also acted for the solicitors carrying out transaction work for a major high street bank in relation to negligence issues that arose in respect of the firms handling of mortgage transactions.
Guy has particular expertise in limitation, recently successfully striking out a stale claim against a financial adviser in Davy v 01000654 Ltd (formerly Heather Moor & Edgecomb Ltd  EWHC 353 (QB) (date of knowledge under section 14A Limitation Act 1980).
- Junior Counsel to the Crown (2003-2007)
- Chancery Bar Association
- Constitutional and Administrative Law Bar Association
- Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners
Qualifications & awards:
- MA (Cantab)