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E: Deepak Johar
66 London Road
T: 0116 254 3345
F: 0116 2542370
Deepak Kumar Johar qualified as a solicitor in May 1986 having obtained an Honours Degree in Law from Kings College, London. He has been an active member of the Funding Review Committee of the Legal Services Commission and a former member of the Recognition Panel for Investors in People. He is a former President of the Leicestershire Asian Business Association, a former director of the Leicestershire Chamber of Commerce and has served on various Law Society Committees. He is a member of the Law Society Family Panel.
He has extensive experience in Commercial Litigation, Commercial Property and Family Law having dealt with a number of cases over 20 years of private practice. He is able to advise on the law and procedural matters in respect of complex litigation in which he specialises and is fully committed to dispute resolution and mediation where appropriate. He also has considerable experience of commercial property, acting for private investors, developers and corporate clients and also has expertise in the purchase and sales of businesses. Being a member of the Law Society Family Panel he also has the required expertise and experience in family law and has advised and dealt with many complex family disputes including child abduction and financial disputes.
Furini v Bajwa  1 WLR 1971
Second appeal to the Court of Appeal on a certified point of principle relating to statutory time limits for bringing fraud claims. Noted in White Book 2006. Click here for full text
Central Midlands Estates Limited v Leicester Dyers Limited  EWHC Times 19th February
Chancery case raising issues relating to adverse possession and rights of way across industrial land, including clarifying law on easements.
Mann v Messrs Chetty & Patel  EWCA Civ 267
Solicitors’ negligence appeal. Noted in "White Book 2009". Click here for full text
GinaShoes Ltd v Davies (t/a Future)  EWCA Civ 1188 (16 April 1999)
( EWCA Civ 1188; From England and Wales Court of Appeal (Civil Division)