James Harris was instructed by the defendant in a dispute over whether a surveyor failed to notice that Japanese Knotweed was present at the time the claimant purchased his ground-floor flat in St John's Wood, London.

You can read more about the case here in the Evening Standard, the Telegraph and the Times.

James is a barrister with very wide experience at the Bar, particularly but not exclusively in civil matters. He has a special experience in property litigation including cases in the higher courts.