Georgia Whiting

Georgia frequently advises and acts in relation to issues arising out of construction, property development and refurbishment. Additionally, she deals with related property matters, for example, claims in trespass, nuisance, and party wall act claims.

Her common law background also enables her to advise in respect of linked areas relating to property and construction and associated litigation, such as employment, insolvency and negligence. Her time at a City Law Firm prior to obtaining Pupillage also equipped her with an understanding of commercial realities from multiple perspectives.

Recent instructions include:

• applying for a final charging order in the TCC arising out of a multi-million pound construction dispute
• representing a building company in a high value dispute relating to a statutory demand served pursuant to a personal guarantee
• representing the Defendant in respect of injunctive proceedings relating to intellectual property rights
• representing the Claimant in mediation regarding a contractual dispute concerning unsatisfactory building works
• representing a large property developer in relation to the eviction of trespassers
• representing a pharmaceutical company in proceedings pursuant to the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954
Contributed to

90

Practice areas

Membership

  • The Society of Construction Law
  • The Property Bar Association, Kings College Construction Law Association

Panel

  • Case Analysis Panel
  • Q&A Panel

Education

  • College of Law, BPTC (Very Competent) 2010
  • Kings College London, Construction & Dispute Resolution, MSc (Merit) 2018
  • Exeter University, Law LLB (2.1) 2009

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