Partner in the property litigation team
I am a partner and lead the property litigation team. I advise clients on a range of property-related disputes, including real estate management issues between landlords and tenants and disputes between parties as to the proper interpretation and operation of property agreements. I am experienced in acting for clients in Court proceedings, arbitrations and expert determinations.
I am ranked in the Legal 500 as a “next generation lawyer” and described as “very reliable” and “developing a strong reputation in the field”. I am a member of the Property Litigation Association.
‘Phil Scully is that stand-out associate for Property Litigation. He has strong experience and technical knowledge in the field. He is a very reliable practitioner, who manages to combine straight-talking advice with a pleasant, personable manner.’ Legal 500, 2021
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