Conor Hulbert

Associate

Nottingham

Conor.hulbert@brownejacobson.com

+44 (0)330 045 2927

Nottingham

Conor is an associate in our commercial dispute resolution team. Conor specialises in managing and resolving commercial disputes at both the pre-action and litigation stages. His work covers all aspects of commercial litigation including claims for breach of contract, negligence, misrepresentation, under the Companies Act and supplier and consumer disputes.  

Conor is part of our corporates sector group, and his work spans a variety of markets, including automotive, technology, energy, retail, manufacturing and insurance. Conor has a particular interest in manufacturing, automotive and technology work. Conor has supported a number of leading OEMs on key pieces of litigation – including disputes around defective goods in a supply chain, and breached warranties in a share purchase agreement.  

Conor also advises a number of public bodies including local authorities, education providers and NHS trusts.  

Featured experience

A well-known tyre manufacturer

Pursuing a £450,000 breach of warranty and misrepresentation claim, arising from false statements made in a share purchase agreement. Successfully implemented a commercial and pragmatic litigation strategy in order to achieve a fantastic result for the client.

A leading chilled food manufacturer

Advising the client on a dispute with one of its suppliers concerning breach of contract and termination queries. Advising on the validity of the contract, the merits of a claim for breach of contract in relation to the other party’s non-performance and on associated termination rights.

A prominent public authority

Advising a prominent public authority on a contractual dispute with its leading waste management technology supplier worth in excess of £430,000. Advising on the potential existence of a contract, the likely terms of the contract and the merits of each party's contractual claims against one another.

A prominent construction and structural engineering consultancy firm

Representing a prominent construction and structural engineering consultancy firm in respect of a breach of warranty claim arising out of potentially false statements in a share purchase agreement. Serving notice of breach upon the other party to the SPA.