Carly Sandbach appears in Court of Appeal in the case of Simpson v Simpson & Ors

December 12, 2016

Carly Sandbach from Exchange Chambers appeared in the Court of Appeal in the case of Simpson v Simpson & Ors last week.

Acting for Graeme and Glenys Simpson, the case was heard by Lord Justice Jackson, Lord Justice Patten and Lady Justice Black.

Simpson v Simpson & Ors is  a commercial dispute in respect of a family business and concerns the question of whether the first instance judge was correct to award the Claimant only nominal damages on the evidence that he had before him. Judgment was reserved.

Carly Sandbach was instructed by Napthens.

Carly is a leading junior whose practice covers all aspects of chancery and commercial litigation and advisory work. In 2010 she was appointed as Junior Counsel to the Crown (Provincial Panel). Carly is consistently recommended as a Leading Junior in the Chambers and Partners. Described as a superb advocate who is very sharp and always adds value. She is ‘tenacious’ and ‘pugnacious’ when she needs to be, is extremely hard-working and has a good commercial attitude. Carly has earned a reputation for thoroughness: her preparation for hearings and conferences is described by the Legal 500 as simply ‘outstanding’.

She is a member of the commercial and insolvency departments at Exchange Chambers.