Sundeep Kang is a highly organised and resilient individual, whose endeavours ensure the best for her clients. She is a team player and self-motivated person who has dedication and drive to succeed.

    From her early days in law, Sundeep has always been involved and had a keen interest in litigation. Her first role was as a paralegal with a well-known financial institution, issuing large volume of claims for debt recovery and then enforcement. She then worked in-house for a large construction consultancy company, dealing with contractual disputes, general advice and all forms of alternative dispute resolution.

    In 2011, Sundeep moved to private practice, where she worked for a large international firm with a market-leading presence in the insurance sector. Here, she extended her existing knowledge and specialised in insurance litigation, acting for property, public and products liability insurers. The role required more technical experience, during which she built strong relationships with clients, experts and third parties.

    Sundeep has since managed complex cases and has had regular involvement in both the County Court and the Technology and Construction Division of the High Court. She has considerable experience in handling substantial cases (covering a range of legal disciplines, including negligence, contract, nuisance, product liability and strict liability) arising from fires, floods and construction disputes.

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    • Acted in a dispute concerning a catastrophic explosion in a residential home following the misuse of expanding foam.
    • Trial win against an international computer manufacturer, where it was found that a fire was caused by a defective laptop battery.
    • Acted against leading housebuilding companies in disputes under the Defective Premises Act 1972.
    • Various flooding clams against water companies and local authorities.
    • A claim for losses following the collapse of a retaining wall where the failings under the CDM regulations were multiple against the employer, designer, main contractor and sub-contractor.
    • Acted in a claim against an oil company involving the storage of oil, oil contamination, inadequate construction of bund walls that led to various breaches including breach of British Standards, CIRIA 164 and guidelines published by the Health and Safety Executive.
    • Successfully pursued a claim against recognised housebuilding company and demolition company for failing to carry out the appropriate risk assessments prior to completing an ultra-hazardous activity on a building site.
    • Acted in numerous claims against manufacturers of white goods for defective products as defined under the Consumer Protection Act 1987.

    Education

    • The College of Law, LL.M., 2011
    • The College of Law, L.P.C., 2007
    • University of Wolverhampton, LL.B., 2006

    Admissions

    • England and Wales, 2015

    Languages

    • English
    • Punjabi
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