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2017 Legal 500 ranks Fladgate across the board

Julian Lewis, Amy Collins, Andrew Kaufman, Graham Spitz, Richard Kaufman, Eddie Powell, Jonathan Hibberts, Helena Luckhurst, Mark Saunders, Alex Kaufmann, Alan Wetterhahn, Mark Harnett, Avram Kelman, Neil Vickers, Michael McCartney, Nigel Gordon, Paul Airley, Gideon Dabby-Joory, Alexander Wildschütz, Mark Buckley, Janet Keeley, Eugene Matveichuk, Stephen Lewis, Alison Mould, James Earl, Mike Tremeer, Kim McMurray, Amanda Hado-Bodfield, David Weare, Gary Smith, Luke Morris, Seetal Modi, Jenny Sargeant, Grant Gordon, David Robinson, Taj Rehal, David Baverstock, Richard Reuben, Digby Hebbard, Jeremy Whiteson, Sophia Purkis, Teresa Cullen, Steven Mash, Ian Brent |

Fladgate LLP is delighted to have achieved across the board rankings in the recently launched 2017 edition of the Legal 500 Guide to the UK Legal Profession. The firm achieved 26 rankings, with 59 lawyers attaining 91 individual recommendations.  Commercial contracts Fladgate LLP enhanced its commercial contracts offering with the recruitment of James Earl, an expert in the […]


2016 Legal 500 ranks Fladgate across the board

Amy Collins, Graham Spitz, Richard Kaufman, Eddie Powell, Gillian Birkby, Alan Wetterhahn, Mark Harnett, Avram Kelman, Michael McCartney, Nigel Gordon, Paul Airley, Gideon Dabby-Joory, Alexander Wildschütz, Mark Buckley, Janet Keeley, Alison Mould, James Earl, Mike Tremeer, Kim McMurray, David Weare, Luke Morris, Grant Gordon, David Robinson, Taj Rehal, Richard Reuben, Digby Hebbard, Jeremy Whiteson, Sophia Purkis, Teresa Cullen, Steven Mash |

Fladgate LLP is delighted to have achieved across the board rankings in the recently launched 2016 edition of the Legal 500 Guide to the UK Legal Profession. The firm achieved 27 rankings with a further 57 individual recommendations. Commercial contracts Eddie Powell led the advice to MLCG on the negotiation of a multi-year exclusive supply agreement with […]


No surrender!

Janet Keeley |

In difficult times tenants of commercial premises, particularly if they are insolvent, may try to escape future liability under a lease by an informal surrender. This usually entails vacating the property, returning the keys and writing to the landlord or its agents to say that the lease has been surrendered. Sometimes a third party is […]


Professional negligence trial adjudication scheme

Janet Keeley |

To err is human and, to the best of my knowledge, property professionals fall within that classification. However, a recognised problem with professional negligence claims is the cost and delay of litigation. The Ministry of Justice has therefore been trialling a voluntary adjudication scheme for professional negligence claims where the damages are up to £100,000. […]


2015 Legal 500 continues to rank Fladgate across the board

Graham Spitz, Eddie Powell, Jonathan Hibberts, Gillian Birkby, Mark Harnett, Neil Vickers, Daniel Polden, Paul Airley, Alexander Wildschütz, Mark Buckley, Janet Keeley, Alison Mould, Kim McMurray, Jamie Hamilton, David Weare, Grant Gordon, David Robinson, Richard Reuben, Digby Hebbard, Jeremy Whiteson, Sophia Purkis, Teresa Cullen, Steven Mash |

Fladgate LLP is delighted to have achieved across the board rankings in the recently launched 2015 edition of the Legal 500 Guide to the UK Legal Profession. The firm achieved 23 rankings with a further 48 individual partner recommendations. Commercial contracts – Recommended Fladgate LLP advises on a broad variety of contracts, such as the franchising […]


A matter of conflict?

Janet Keeley |

The case of Eurocom Limited v Siemens PLC has been widely reported in construction circles but could also have implications for the appointment of third parties on rent review or in other alternative dispute resolution procedures. The case concerned a construction industry adjudication arising out of the installation of communication systems at Charing Cross and […]


Break clauses – an interesting lesson – tenants beware!

Janet Keeley |

It is relatively common for tenants to negotiate the inclusion of a break provision in a commercial lease, enabling them to terminate the lease early. It is also relatively common for such clauses to provide that the break will only be effective if the tenant has paid all sums due to the landlord by the […]