Robert Kay is a member (solicitor/advocate) in the Subrogation and Recovery Department based in London. Robert's practice involves a wide range of insurance, product liability and commercial litigation (including alternative dispute resolution) related issues with claims arising both in the UK and abroad. Robert also has experience in dealing with film, television and advertising insurance – including cast, negative, digital artifacts and property disputes and has advised on a variety of claims for the contingency market including non-appearance, postponement and cancelation (clients include insurers of major studios to those of smaller, independent, production companies).
Robert also acts in cases involving obtaining evidence in England for use in proceedings in foreign countries, particularly the United States. His experience and knowledge in this area ensures he can often meet clients' needs in securing testimony and documents for use at trial in foreign countries.
He writes articles and delivers lectures and seminars on areas within his practice and Robert not only used to teach, part time, English Civil Procedure and Evidence but also acted as a consultant trainer for a leading legal training group and taught several courses including witness familiarization and the training of expert witnesses.
He is author of the “Landlords and Tenants Handbook”.
Robert was called to the bar, The Honourable Society of the Inner Temple in 1999, and qualified as a solicitor (with Higher Rights of Audience) in 2009.