David Marshall is the managing partner of London firm Anthony Gold Solicitors LLP and combines his leadership role with his passion of helping clients in complex cases. He has particular interests in brain injury and psychiatric injury, and in the overlap between personal injury and employment law. Alongside many cases settled successfully out of court, recent successes at trial include a £1.6m award (after deduction of 1/3 for contributory fault) in Stansfield v BBC  EWHC 2638 (QB), an “exceptionally complex” case involving a mild traumatic brain injury, audio-vestibular damage, whiplash and psychiatric injury, and Marsh v Ministry of Justice  EWHC 1040 (QB), one of the very few successful ‘stress at work’ trials in recent years.
David is an APIL Fellow and is recognised as a ‘Hall of Fame’ Lawyer in The Legal 500 and as an ‘Eminent Practitioner’ in Chambers and Partners directory.
David develops his own thinking and approach, and the profession’s best practice, by membership of legal committees and authorship of books. He is a past president of the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers, a past chair of the Law Society’s Civil Justice Committee, an assessor to Lord Justice Jackson and a current member of the Civil Procedure Rules Committee. David has lectured and written extensively on numerous subjects. He is particularly well known as an expert on costs and conditional fees. He is author of ‘Compensation for Stress at Work,’ a co-author of ‘Litigating Psychiatric Injury Claims’ and of the Law Society’s ‘Civil Litigation Handbook’ and is a contributor to and joint general editor of Jordans ‘APIL Personal Injury: Law, Practice and Precedents’ looseleaf.