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David is a Dispute Resolution Solicitor working in our Viaduct House office, his expertise includes Contentious Trusts and Probate, Property Litigation and Professional Negligence Claims. 

David is a member of the Professional Negligence Lawyers Association and recently completed the Association of Contentious Trusts and Probate Solicitors (“ACTAPS”) associate membership course becoming an associate member of ACTAPS in September 2020.

Before joining Cartmell Shepherd in April 2018 David was previously a solicitor at Burnetts.

David studied Law LLB at the University of Wales, Aberystwyth and completed his LPC at the College of Law in Chester.

Outside of work David is an active member of Keswick Hockey Club and is a season ticket holder at Murrayfield.

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Expert's plea in light of 'wicked' Cumbria doctor's Will abuse

October 26th 2018

A LEGAL expert has spoken about the importance of ensuring wills are properly drafted after a doctor was jailed for defrauding a wealthy widow.  David Tew today issued a ‘do it right’ plea following the case of Zholia Alemi, who was last week imprisoned for five years after faking the…

Couple Win Compensation Dispute with ‘Individual’ Builders

February 4th 2019

By David Tew, Solicitor Two builders have been ordered to pay compensation to a married couple despite claiming they were not responsible as individuals for problems with work they carried out. The couple had entered into a contract with builders advertising as HavenBuild, which was a trading name and not…

Homeowner awarded £500,000 after architect fails to deliver 'wow factor'

April 1st 2019

By David Tew, Solicitor A City banker has successfully sued his architect after a home cinema designed to float above an indoor swimming pool failed to deliver a “wow factor”. Philip Freeborn was a successful banker and owned a luxurious home. He hired architect Daniel Marca to redesign his pool-house.…

Sub-contractor held liable for loss of rent due to faulty work

May 7th 2019

By David Tew Solicitor A sub-contractor has been held liable for all the compensation a contractor had to pay for damage caused by faulty work, including loss of rent. The High Court was told that the contractor, Ground Construction Ltd, had been employed by a landlord to build a property…