Since completing pupillage in 2011 Oliver has forged a broad Business and Property practice and a stellar reputation on and off circuit, regularly receiving national instruction.
Oliver undertakes a wide range of advisory, drafting, mediatory and advocacy works dealing with high-value and complex matters. He has extensive experience in acting for and advising individuals, companies and local authorities and adopts a pragmatic and straightforward approach, tailored to the specific needs of the client. Oliver’s approach to litigation is keenly focused upon the narrowing of issues between parties to ensure the practical and inexpensive resolution of disputes.
Oliver’s practice is primarily focused upon real property, landlord and tenant, social housing, trusts of land, contract, company, consumer credit, partnerships, personal and corporate insolvency, wills and trusts, contentious probate, court of protection, professional negligence, banking, sale of goods and sports.
Bear Necessities Daycare Ltd v Lancashire Fuels 4 U Ltd and another  EWHC 721 (QB):
Oliver appeared on behalf of the respondent to successfully resist an application for interim delivery of vehicles, sub-leased by the applicant in alleged breach of its own lease agreement with a third party.