Joseph is a Legal 500 recommended Q.C and Silk. He is an acknowledged leader of both individuals and teams, described as having “exemplary technical and analytical skills” and an “excellent choice of barrister for sensitive complex commercial litigation”
“his skills in presenting the case were sublime…..assertive, succinct and shrewd”
With a talent for spotting the important issues and not wasting time, the description of Joseph “excellent choice for sensitive commercial litigation” is apt. Joseph looks to solve problems not create them.
In the first trial, of many to follow, of British Army soldiers prosecuted for abuse of Iraqi civilians, the BBC News reported that Joseph “tore, ferociously, into the first commanding officer to give evidence as a prosecution witness”; this description has earned him the moniker “iron fist in a velvet glove”; he fearlessly represents the accused person in all inelinary and regulatory litigation.
Forensic cross examination and “exemplary technical and analytical skills” learnt from 35 years of practise, and extensive cross examination skills developed from his junior years, Joseph’s approach involves listening with care to a client first and foremost, then careful analysis and best quality case presentation.
“Joseph is a fully qualified Mediator who is registered with the Civil Mediation Council [effectively the regulatory body for Mediation and Mediators] and the Society of Mediators. This practise area is Joseph’s favourite because it is without doubt the way to resolve disputes fairly, sensibly and equitably”
“Joseph has valuable experience in this field of dispute, bringing to disputes technical expertise and practical hands on guidance through this quagmire of rules and regulations”
Joseph is very experienced dealing direct with the public whether through Direct Access for the general public or Licensed Access for professionals
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