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Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner
A partner in the firm's Real Estate Disputes Group with 11+ years' experience of complex high stakes disputes and managing risk across clients' UK activities.
A Solicitor Advocate, described by Chambers as 'a strong player in the market', 'good with opposition and extremely clear', and praised for giving 'a rounded commercial view on the key risks'.
Advising on landlord and tenant disputes such as rent reviews, dilapidations, forfeiture and possession claims, rent/service charge recovery and business lease renewals.
Also advising on sale and purchase disputes, neighbour and development disputes, including advising on rights of light, insolvency related matters and professional negligence actions.
Successful high profile and well-publicised injunctions include preventing Occupy London protestors from occupying land belonging to a number of the firm's key clients ' this attracted significant press attention and all efforts ensured that BLP was at the forefront of this important issue.
Reported decisions include: Century Projects Limited v Almacantar (Centre Point) Limited (2014); Hotgroup Plc v The Royal Bank of Scotland Plc (as Trustee of Schroder Exempt Property Unit Trust) (2010); and Hiscox Syndicates Limited and another v The Pinnacle Limited and others (2008).
Ranked by Chambers as a 'Notable Practioner' for Real Estate Litigation.
A member of the Property Litigation Association (PLA) the British Council of Shopping Centres, the British Council of Offices, and the British Institute of Facility Managers.
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