Geraint heads up Howes Percival’s Litigation and Insolvency practice group and has over twenty years' experience in dealing with high-value commercial and property litigation disputes.
He acts on behalf of a wide range of commercial clients, ranging from major PLCs to owner managed businesses. He regularly deals with complex High Court and cross border litigation as well as helping clients to resolve problems by alternative dispute resolution including mediation. His caseload includes helping clients to bring and defend contractual and tortious claims and advising in relation to corporate and partnership disputes. He is also experienced in dealing with property disputes and has acted for HMRC in relation to complex civil fraud claims.
Geraint moved from a London firm to join Howes Percival in 1996. Since then, he has helped to develop a large and experienced litigation team across the firm, becoming the litigation practice group leader in 2012. He has been a member of Howes Percival’s board since 2014 and became the firm’s Chairman in 2020.
Geraint is recognised by the Legal 500 as a leading individual in commercial litigation.
- 2002 - Present: Howes Percival LLP, Partner
- 1998 - 2002: Howes Percival LLP, Associate Solicitor
- 1996 - 1998: Howes Percival LLP, Assistant Solicitor
- 1995 - 1996: Reid Minty, Assistant Solicitor
- 1993 - 1995: Mackrell, Turner, Garrett, Assistant Solicitor
- 1991 - 1993: Mackrell, Turner, Garrett, Trainee Solicitor
Dispute Resolution and Litigation
Our Dispute Resolution and Litigation team advises…
Property Dispute Resolution
Our award-winning Property Litigation team operates…
Our dedicated Fraud Recovery team understands the…
Health and Safety
Our acclaimed Health and Safety team has an excellent…
Regulation and Compliance
With the problem of ever more rules and laws controlling,…
Care sector employers are relieved to hear sleep-in workers are not entitled to National Minimum Wage whilst sleeping at work
The Supreme Court has delivered its judgment in Royal Mencap Society v Tomlinson-Blake and Shannon v Rampersad and another (T/A Clifton House Residential Home). The case considered whether two “sleep-in” care workers were entitled…
Secretary of State announces planning and licensing measures to support the reopening of outdoor hospitality
On 5 March 2021 the Secretary of State for Housing, Communities and Local Government clarified the Government’s amendments to planning and licensing law to support the reopening of outdoor hospitality.
Howes Percival crowned ‘Corporate Law Firm of the Year’ in Dealmakers Awards
Howes Percival kicks off 2021 with £263m worth of corporate deals
The corporate, commercial, and banking team at leading…
Howes Percival announces new diversity leadership team
As part of the ongoing recognition of the importance…
Get in touch
To contact us, please fill out this form and we will get back in touch as soon as possible.