Some Recent Cases that our Commercial Solicitors have acted in – Winter 2013
December 10, 2013
- Acting for a client who specialises in the conversion of commercial premises into residential premises, including acquiring the site; negotiation and finalising required easements; preparing long residential leases; management company registration; sale and conveyance of the leases and freehold once the lease is granted.
- Enfranchisement and acquisition of freehold for leaseholders.
- Acting for property investment client in lease management matters including licences to assign; consents to underleases; resolving service charge disputes and right of way enforcements.
- Acting for a pharmaceutical company in connection with the acquisition of new premises and new businesses.
- Successfully acting on behalf of a senior executive in a claim for constructive dismissal and disability discrimination.
- Acting on behalf of a director and shareholder in a dispute involving a fraudulent transfer of shares and unauthorised removal of a director.
- Acting in a dental partnership dispute involving two practices with detailed consideration being given to the effects of dissolution; negotiating terms of sale of the partnership assets between the partners and proactively using mediation in an attempt to resolve the matter.
- Acting for a car dealership resolving a number of consumer disputes
- Acting on behalf of a dental company in the acquisition of a practice from NHS England and associated lease.
- Acting on behalf of an employee in respect of a unilateral change in terms of employment whilst on secondment in the USA.
- Drafting terms and conditions for a start-up medical website.
- Acting in a Winding Up Petition for recovery of a debt collection matter.
- Advising on annulment of a Bankruptcy Order.
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