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Stuart has mediated disputes involving the following issues:
Claims for fatal illness and personal injury.

Claims relating to IPRs between environmental services companies.

Nuisance and negligence claims in respect of odour, noise, dust, airborne pollutants and pests.

Claims by multiple-claimants.

Claims against multiple-defendants.

The development, operation and restoration of a landfill site.

Mineral extraction.

The extent of and compliance with environmental permits.

Public health issues in respect of water treatment facilities, involving mass claims against local authority and indemnity claims against civil engineer.

Claims relating to badger-culling, lawfulness of the Government programme and judicial review.

Moth-infestation and compliance with building product standards.

Allegations of negligent scientfic research into environmental performance of building products.

Recent examples include:

Class action by 150 residents against owners and operators of an animal by-product rendering facility and associated hauliers for odour nuisance.

Claim against public authority and charitable body neighbours for nuisance and negligent land-management leading to losses of dairy herd allegedly caused by stagnant water accumulating on the claimant’s land.

Dispute over performance of contract for collection of regulated medical waste.

Subrogated claim for flood damage caused by culvert overflow, by private landowner against downstream local authority landowner.

Subrogated claim for flood damage caused by culvert overflow, by private landowner against downstream local authority landowner.

Further dispute over performance of contract for collection of regulated medical waste.

Claim by employer for non-removal of asbestos-containing materials from decommissioned power station in preparation for residential and commercial development, with defences based on contractual scope.

Claim by residents against power station for nuisance caused by dust emissions including claims by owner/occupiers and landlords for loss of amenity, loss of capital value and loss of rental value.

Dispute involving the sale and purchase of renewable energy sites.

Claim by residents against aircraft engine testing facility in rural setting for odour nuisance.

Stuart has experience of litigating and advising on a number
of environmental issues including the following:

International dispute over IPRs in respect of water-filtration membrane technology.

Advising on contract for collection and transportation of waste on the Thames.

Advising on commercial issues relating to environmental waste.

Advising on application for licence to deal in controlled oils.

   
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