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Our expert team advises on all forms of real estate dispute resolution. We act for a diverse client base of regional, national and international organisations that includes investors, funds, developers, REITs, health trusts, government and local authorities, telecommunications operators and commercial occupiers.
We work closely with our transactional colleagues to identify emerging issues at an early stage. When disputes arise we act to maximise and help protect the value of our clients’ property assets and their reputation. We deploy alternative resolution techniques (adr) when appropriate; also mediation, arbitration, expert determination, as well as litigation.
As trusted advisers, our work is frequently of a high profile, strategic and sensitive nature and our advice is focused on developing bespoke solutions that protect the value of our clients’ property assets and reputation. We have the breadth and depth to deploy our team at short notice to manage high value, complex and challenging situations. We are supported by litigators in our Portfolio Management team for more regular, operational matters of significant volume.
Our work includes: strategic land disputes, rent reviews and lease disputes, CVAs, insolvency, dilapidations and environmentally related matters and specialist advice on disputes concerning the Telecommunications code.
"They are an extremely dedicated and reliable team." Chambers UK 2021, Real Estate
"They understand the essence of a deal and are extremely thorough. They keep me well informed on the progress in negotiations." Chambers UK 2021, Real Estate
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