Lisa Feng

Call 2011

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Lisa’s practice covers a broad range of commercial and chancery litigation. Her practice includes cases involving various types of contractual disputes (including issues arising from the Sale of Goods Act), professional negligence, springboard relief and financial mis-selling.

She has been instructed in numerous commercial disputes which have required dealing with more complex issues of law such as cases involving defective guarantees, penalty clauses, and unusual cases of interpretation and rectification of contracts. Lisa is particularly adept at researching niche points of law and using various authorities to support her case at Court.

She has experience in all stages of litigation, from drafting initial statements of case to appearing at interlocutory hearings (including, for example, applications for relief from sanctions, security for costs and injunctive relief), trials and appeals.

Lisa has recently been appointed Junior Counsel to the Crown by the Attorney General (Regional Panel B).

Commercial Cases

Swift Advances v Ahmed & Anor [2015] EWHC 3265 – acting for Defendants involving a claim brought by mortgagees to set aside a Deed of Trust as being a transaction defrauding creditors under section 423 of the Insolvency Act 1986; case also involved issues of whether signatures on the mortgage and loan documents were forged.

J v D – acting for a mortgagee in repeated applications to suspend a warrant of eviction. Settled grounds of appeal against a decision by a District Judge ordering a warrant to lie on the Court file despite dismissing an application to suspend warrant; appeal settled on favourable terms.

S v P – Advising a debtor as to whether a trust made in favour of a third party is binding on subsequent charge holder.

N v J & R – Acting for third parties seeking to intervene in mortgagee possession proceedings on the basis that they had an overriding interest in the property.

M & Ors v A & Ors – drafting proceedings and advising on a professional negligence claim against solicitors involving issues of mortgage fraud.

J v P – Successfully obtaining an injunction at trial restraining interference with a right of way to access a path.

B v N – Acting for Defendants in a trial involving claims in nuisance and trespass arising from disputes over rights of access and rights of support on a boundary wall; case settled favourably at Court.


S v J – Successfully obtaining an anti-social behaviour injunction and subsequently obtaining a suspended sentence arising from breach of such injunction in committal proceedings.

KP v B – successfully defending a car finance company from a claim alleging defects in a vehicle.

C v K & Anor – successfully obtaining judgment for a hotel and defending an argument contending that a liquidated damages clause was a penalty.

A v J – advising a pawnbroker in relation to a dispute arising from a cheque- cashing facility which required detailed consideration of the Consumer Credit Act 1974.