Jeremy is a Partner in our Dispute Resolution Team and heads up the Real Estate Dispute Resolution side of the team. Jeremy joined the firm in 2003 from Taylor Wessing.
Jeremy deals with the full range of Commercial Property Litigation matters to include 1954 Act renewals (both opposed and unopposed), dilapidation claims, possession/forfeiture claims, debt recovery matters, injunctive relief applications, restrictive covenant claims, party wall and rights of light matters to name but a few! In addition, Jeremy has dealt with a wide range of Residential Property Disputes to include acting for management companies in dispute with individual leaseholders, claims for unreasonably withholding consent, claims between neighbouring leaseholders, residential party wall matters, adverse possession and prescriptive right claims.
Jeremy acts for a wide range of clients from PLC’s, management companies, family property companies to individual property owners.
In addition to his Property experience, Jeremy also deals with general Commercial Litigation matters, Construction disputes and some planning matters.
Jeremy’s strengths lie in being pro-active, providing clients with an honest assessment of their case and offering sound commercial advice that clients appreciate, in all cases, exploring every avenue to avoid court.
A sample of Jeremy’s cases include:
Acting for several landlords in Ground (f) re-development cases under the 1954 Act
Successfully pursuing dilapidation claims for landlords following lease termination
Acting for one of London’s most famous landmarks in a large Party Wall dispute
Acting in a large family dispute over the ownership of a Central London property
Representing the freehold management company in a large disrepair claim in a prime Central London block
Successfully representing a Construction company in relation to a large unpaid and disputed debt for their services that proceeded to trial
Acting for a well-known writer in his dispute with his publishing company
“They build excellent working relationships with counsel and use them effectively to enhance their expertise when dealing with specialist areas. They are as comfortable dealing with litigation against much larger firms as they are against their mid-market competitors.”