Rhys receives regular instructions across a wide range of chancery and commercial matters. Experience includes landlord and tenant disputes allocated to the multi track; breach of contract (PPI, misrepresentation, bills of sale); professional negligence (accountancy, building and solicitors’ advice); and disputes of land (easements across property). Rhys has been instructed as junior counsel in a very complex million pound land and contract dispute before the High Court. In addition, Rhys has experience of acting in cases involving applications for freezing injunctions as well as media injunctions against social networks before the High Court. Rhys is happy to accept instructions to advise across a broad range of chancery and commercial disputes as he seeks to expand his practice further. Rhys has a developing practice in Wills, Probate, Contentious Probate, Trusts and also Land and Property disputes. This includes relief under the Trusts of Land and Appointment of Trustees Act 1996. Rhys has advised in a variety of circumstances, with notable examples involving repeated advice as to the impact of agricultural tenancies on estates, TLATA and easements disputes (to trial) and most recently, Rhys acted in a contentious probate matter (circa £2 million) before the High Court (reported).