Private Practice

Real Estate Disputes Lawyer

Real Estate Disputes Lawyer

  • Join a team that stands out with 'a really very impressive team atmosphere’ which sets the ‘the gold standard’ for real estate litigation (Chambers).
  • Our team comprises two Partners and eight specialist property litigation lawyers. We have market-leading experience in all forms of property related disputes, including mediations, arbitrations, as well as contested litigation.
  • We act for property institutions, banks, occupiers, developers, investment companies and High Net Worth individuals. Our clients include Virgin, Waterstones, EDF, First Group, Affinity Water, National Trust and The Crown Estate as well as a number of global investment banks.
  • With a varied workload, you can expect to become involved in the following: All aspects of commercial landlord and tenant disputes; development disputes; HNW dilapidations and trust disputes; real property rights disputes; secured lending recoveries; insolvency related issues; claimant property professional negligence claims and Land Registry disputes
  • We look for excellent academics, coupled with evidence of first-class training and recent Real Estate litigation experience. You should be a strong team player who is able to manage a complex and varied workload effectively. You should also demonstrate a willingness to learn and be self-motivated.

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