Edward has a broad background in commercial and financial disputes, and cases involving professional negligence.
He has extensive experience of group and multi-party litigation on behalf of substantial groups of claimants: including litigation against Capita Financial Managers Limited on behalf of two thousand investors in the Arch cru funds and in the widely publicised claim brought by 6,000 Lloyds Bank shareholders for losses they suffered when the bank acquired HBOS in 2009.
Edward acts for investors and for financial advisers bringing or defending claims in relation to the mis-selling of investments (particularly with a taxation angle).
He also has experience in reputation management and data protection having acted on a number of privacy, defamation and harassment cases.
Recent cases include:
JEB Recoveries LLP v Judah Eleazar Binstock  EWHC 1063 (Ch)
JEB Recoveries LLP v Judah Eleazar Binstock  EWHC 1168 (Ch)
JEB Recoveries LLP v Judah Eleazar Binstock  EWCA Civ 1008
Astle and others v CBRE Limited and others  EWHC 3189 (Ch)
Power Places and ors v Free Spirit and another  EWHC 3886 (QB)
Edward joined Harcus Sinclair as a trainee solicitor in 2009 and qualified in 2011. He was made an associate of the firm in 2014 and a partner in 2017.
2004-2007 Clare College, Cambridge: MA (Cantab) English Literature
2007-2009 City University: Graduate Diploma in Law and Legal Practice Course
- London Solicitors Litigation Association (LSLA)
- Associate member of the Association of Contentious Trust and Probate Specialists (ACTAPS)