Part of the dispute resolution team.
As an associate within the corporate litigation department, I specialise in commercial and property disputes and crisis and reputational management issues.
I advise and resolve disputes from diverse sectors, including: housing associations, public sector organisations, and charities and churches, in relation to both property and commercial disputes. My extensive experience includes advising on a wide range of commercial and property disputes, including: contractual disputes, landlord and tenant disputes, land disputes and judicial review proceedings. I also advise and resolve swiftly for clients issues arising from defamation, social media and crisis and reputational management issues.
“...[he] smoothed the path for us very professionally, negotiated the tricky corners and gave us the confidence we needed.”
The case Due to the celebrity status of Hopkins, the facts of the case have been widely reported in the news and the papers over the weekend. In a nutshell, the case surrounds two tweets sent by Hopkins to Monroe.
Vacant commercial and industrial properties are at greater risk due to the very fact that they are vacant, meaning they don’t benefit from daily occupation by tenants and security personnel, and are often in relatively isolated locations.
The way in which organisations interact with social media is just one way an organisation needs to consider its approach to reputation management.
This is the first substantial guidance that has been produced in respect of this fundamental shift in how the United Kingdom is to process recyclables in accordance with EU Law as of 1 January 2015.
However, the Act failed to define “serious harm” which has led to some uncertainty as to the threshold a Claimant must reach to prove that a statement is defamatory.
Due to their nature, this makes fire stations, hospital buildings and tower accommodation highly desirable locations for the installation of telecommunication equipment.
Background As a result of the abolition in 2012 of Class A and Class C exemptions, charities which wish to secure relief from the payment for council tax during any period when their property is unoccupied must now apply for Class B exemption.
Commencement Order recently published means that from 13 May 2014 and onwards, the new riot related discretionary possession ground, changes to the existing ASB ground and various community remedies come into force.
The new Regulations implements recommendations following a Government consultation on bailiffs, conducted in 2012.
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