Jonathon Ward

Kings Chambers

Jonathan’s practice embraces commercial, company, and technology and construction disputes (including procurement), with a particular emphasis on matters with a technical or scientific element. He has appeared as sole counsel in multi-day trials and heavy applications in the High Court; has regularly appeared in arbitrations and adjudications and upon the enforcement of resulting awards, both at home and abroad; and has served as part of a counsel team in several multi-week trials, both in the English High Court and in the Commercial Court of the British Virgin Islands.

Year of Call: 2007 (England); 2013 (British Virgin Islands)


Experience includes representing (as junior counsel) a top four Premier League club in relation to a dispute with its sponsor; a dispute between boxing promoters concerning television rights and licensing fees; a professional negligence action by a professional footballer against a solicitor regarding the handling of a sports injury claim; acting for a top four club in relation to the enforcement of the Premier League ground regulations on conduct inside the stadium; litigation concerning the jerseys of two Championship clubs.

Recent cases:

Amey LG Ltd v Cumbria County Council - [2016] EWHC 2856 (TCC)

Company A v Company B (arbitration business) - [2017] EWHC 2319 (QB)

A One Distributon Ltd v Rotronic Instruments (UK) Ltd - [2017] EWHC 1813 (TCC)

Dynniq UK Ltd v Lancashire County Council - [2017] EWHC 3173 (TCC)

Keystone v Parr – [2018] EWHC 1509 (Ch)


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