Tanya qualified in 1994, becoming a partner in 2003. Throughout that time she has specialised in defender personal injury work. Her clients include insurers, self-insuring businesses, councils, public bodies and other agents. She has particular knowledge and expertise of the retail sector.
- T v W 2022 - Occupational stress claim by a teacher, in which the Council were found not to have breached their duty of reasonable care to the pursuer having put her through a competency and disciplinary hearing.
- Dewar v Scottish Borders Council 2017 – RTA case in which the Council were found not negligent in relation to their carriageway inspection regime, and therefore not liable to the motorcyclist pursuer.
- V -v- S 2013 - Scottish appeal decision in which we successfully defended a claim for damages by the family of a deceased employee who had been murdered by another employee whilst at work.
- Thomson -v- Primark 2012 - Successful defence of a workplace slipping accident.
- Tortolano -v- Ogilvie Group Construction Limited 2013 - Scottish appeal decision which held that the court had no jurisdiction to subvert the prescribed discount rate.
- Hughes -v- Grampian Country Food Group 2007 - Scottish appeal case which defined the terms of the Manual Handling Regulations
- Cross -v- HIE & WIE 2001 - as an assistant, involved in the successful defence of one of the first occupational stress cases in Scotland.