I specialise in real estate litigation, having had experience of both smaller scale commercial disputes, as well as complex high-value litigation matters in the High Court.
I am an Associate in the Property Litigation department, having joined Fladgate upon completion of my training contract at an international City law firm in August 2022. I enjoy the problem-solving side of property litigation, where no two days are ever the same.
I have experience on construction matters, as well as trespass, matters involving the Landlord & Tenant 1954 Act, and forfeiture. I work closely with partners and senior associates in being able to find pro-active and commercially viable solutions.
Outside of work, I enjoy horse-riding, netball, learning to play the piano, and paddle boarding. I also speak fluent Polish and am trying my luck at learning Russian, with varying levels of success.
A large and dedicated real estate team providing a full service to clients operating in the sector. The expertise of our lawyers means we can handle all level of transactions from asset management through to the most complex matters while clients benefit from the efficiency a one-stop-shop can provide.
A real estate litigation team housing specialists with the knowledge and ability to advise on all areas of real estate disputes while striving to minimise business disruption and find the best possible outcomes for clients.READ MORE
We advise on all the key issues affecting the property industry, including regeneration and development schemes, investment, funding, construction matters, property disputes, portfolio management, planning, taxation and the creation of corporate structures.READ MORE
- Advising on and thereafter successfully settling a trespass case involving two commercial tenants.
- Assisting on High Court litigation involving properties sold under a JVA.
- Advising landlords on the options available following their tenants’ change of use of the land.
- Successfully reaching a favourable settlement at mediation involving a construction dispute.