Terence Rigby

Terence Rigby

Year of call:

1971, Gray’s Inn

Contact:

Terence Rigby

Appointments:

Recorder since 1994

Associations:

Employment Lawyers Association,
Employment Law Bar Association
Personal Injury Bar Association

Education:

LLB, Nottingham BCL Keble College, Oxford Lord Justice Holker Scholar, Gray's Inn

Terence sits in the Crown Court and County Court. He regularly sits on a wide range of civil cases including more complicated personal injury cases, contract disputes and even housing cases. (See Moran v Manchester City Council [2009] UKHL 56)

Specialist Areas of Practice

Personal injury law including

Industrial accident and disease;
Stress;
Road traffic accidents;

Regulatory and Disciplinary law including

The regulation of doctors, nurses and dentists, inquests and enquiries; and
Health and safety prosecutions

Employment law including

Unfair dismissal;
Discrimination;
TUPE;
Trade Union and labour relations; and
Restrictive covenants;

Clinical and Professional Negligence

 

Prescribed Information

Mr. Terence Rigby is a practising barrister, who is registered by the Bar Standards Board. Details of information held by the BSB about Mr Terence Rigby can be found here.

Mr. Terence Rigby’s clerks will happily provide no obligation quotations for all legal services that he provides Their contact details can be found here. It is most common for Mr .Terence Rigby to undertake Court and Tribunal work for a fixed fee or a brief fee plus refreshers for additional days. Advisory work, paperwork and conferences are usually charged at an hourly rate although fixed fees are available. Mr Terence Rigby undertakes publicly funded work and will consider conditional fee agreements and damages based agreements in cases with favourable prospects of success Mr. Terence Rigby will typically return paperwork within 14 days however professional commitments complexity and volume of documentation can affect this timescales.

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