Jeremy Cave’s practice covers Financial Remedies (and financial provision for children), Trusts of Land (in the family context), Crime (with a particular specialty in Animal Welfare and Trading Standards) and Police Law.
He is known for his practical and sensitive approach, meticulous preparation, clear presentation, the ability to present complex issues in straightforward terms, as a good negotiator and the capacity to be tenacious when the situation demands.
Alongside practice, he has sat for many years on boards of directors of various companies internationally. He was heavily involved in negotiations leading to the sale of a business to private equity and is currently chairman of a container rental group in the offshore oilfield services industry.
He brings his broad experience in law and business to his current practice.
He delivers lectures occasionally, including the following:
- ‘The Implications of the Court of Appeal decision of Imerman in Ancillary Relief cases’
- ‘Injunctive Relief in Ancillary Relief Cases’
- ‘Financial Remedies: A Random Walk through the Recent Case Law (2017)’
Jeremy Cave & Francesca Wiley QC talk at East Sussex Resolution AGM - Nov 2017
Brighton Triathlon & London to Brighton Bike Ride - Sep 2017
Sussex Dairy Farmer sentenced in case prosecuted by Jeremy Cave - Mar 2017
Jeremy Cave acts as junior counsel for the RSPCA in Heythrop Hunt case - Dec 2012