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Hill Dickinson LLP

50 FOUNTAIN STREET, MANCHESTER, M2 2AS, ENGLAND
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Work 0161 817 7200
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Fax 0161 817 7201
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www.hilldickinson.com
Hong Kong, Leeds, Liverpool, London EC2A, London SW1Y, Manchester and 3 more

North West

Transport
Transport - ranked: tier 1

Hill Dickinson LLP

At Hill Dickinson LLP the ‘very experienced and knowledgeable’ Adrian Marsh ‘leads the team from the front and provides excellent support to his clients. He is extremely competent, efficient and personable’. Caroline Bridge has a ‘detailed knowledge of global logistics’. Senior associate Ed Locke  is ‘really coming into his own showing confidence in his work’. The team advises on a wide range of matters that arise from the carriage of goods by sea, air, road and rail. It has particular expertise in multimodal transport. Clients include Aviva, Hellmann Worldwide Logistics, Zurich and Tokio Marine Kiln. The team also provides a full range of dispute resolution services both in the UK and overseas covering litigation, arbitration as well as mediation.

Leading individuals

Adrian Marsh - Hill Dickinson LLP

Next generation lawyers

Caroline Bridge - Hill Dickinson LLP

Richard Allingham - Hill Dickinson LLP

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North West: Corporate and commercial

Corporate and commercial: Liverpool
Corporate and commercial: Liverpool - ranked: tier 1

Hill Dickinson LLP

The ‘efficient’ team at Hill Dickinson LLP  regularly handles high-profile private equity, equity capital markets and M&A transactions, and is recognised for its ‘deep experience’. National corporate head Craig Scott is noted for private equity work and advised the management team and Fishawack shareholders on the £38 million tertiary buy out of Fishawack Group by a newco backed by equity investment from LDC. Scott also advised Downing on the corporate and banking aspects of the £439m sale of a 90% interest in eight separate Guernsey Unit Trusts, collectively owning the Downing Student 2 Trust student accommodation portfolio, to a new Guernsey investment vehicle. Liverpool corporate head Jonathan Brown advised Stobart Group on the reduction in shareholding from 49% to 12.5% in Eddie Stobart Logistics, on the latter's flotation.  Elsewhere, Matt Noon advised Peak Business Insight on £2.5m of series A funding in a new funding round, led by MMC Ventures. Sue Russell is recognised for M&A transactions and advised Johnson Service Group on the £8.3m sale of its dry-cleaning business to Timpson Group. Mike Jones is active across the retail, logistics, leisure and property sectors and recently promoted partner Michael Murphy is also recommended. Legal director Graeme Alder , who joined in 2017 from an in-house role, and associate Emma Collins  are noted for commercial matters.

Leading individuals

Craig Scott - Hill Dickinson LLP

Jonathan Brown - Hill Dickinson LLP

Mike Jones - Hill Dickinson LLP

Matt Noon - Hill Dickinson LLP

Sue Russell - Hill Dickinson LLP

Next generation lawyers

Graeme Alder - Hill Dickinson LLP

Michael Murphy - Hill Dickinson LLP

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Corporate and commercial: Manchester
Corporate and commercial: Manchester - ranked: tier 2

Hill Dickinson LLP

Hill Dickinson LLP ’s corporate team specialises in equity capital markets and M&A transactions, as well as private equity mandates. Ian Gillis, who heads the corporate team and is noted for equity capital markets and private company transactions, advised Ultimate Products on its £105m IPO on the main market of the LSE alongside Jonathan Gillow . Ian Riggs  advised the shareholders of Active Supply Holdings on its sale to IESA. The ‘highly recommended’ David Mkhitarian advised North Edge Capital on its £20m investment in Cubic Motion and advised Waterland Capital Private Equity on its £20m first direct UK investment in Gas Tag. Mark Fitzgibbon heads the commercial and IP team, which recently welcomed Tracey Sheehan  from Dentons as head of telecoms. Cenkos Securities, Foresight Group, Stobart Group and Kuehne + Nagel are also clients.

Leading individuals

Ian Gillis - Hill Dickinson LLP

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North West: Dispute resolution

Banking litigation
Banking litigation - ranked: tier 4

Hill Dickinson LLP

Hill Dickinson LLP’s ‘quick and efficient’ department is noted for its asset-based lending sector expertise, particularly in invoice discounting and receivables finance. It is also adept at fraud-related mandates. In Liverpool, Phil Sheard is ‘very responsive’, ‘knowledgeable’, gives ‘comprehensive advice’ and heads the commercial debt recovery team. In Manchester, legal director Sharon Williamson heads the finance litigation department and is advising KBC Bank Ireland in a £3.5m case against two guarantors and borrowers. Bibby Factors, Bank of Ireland (UK), Metro Bank, Lloyds Bank and Hitachi Capital (UK) are clients.

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Commercial litigation: Liverpool
Commercial litigation: Liverpool - ranked: tier 1

Hill Dickinson LLP

Hill Dickinson LLP regularly handles shareholder and partnership disputes, professional negligence claims, breach of contract claims, environmental claims, commercial fraud, defamation, IP, procurement and competition cases. The team is also noted for its arbitration expertise and is often instructed on cases with an international element. Team head Fiona Parry is representing HS Barrier Coatings in a £2.1m breach of contract claim concerning work taking place in a Ministry of Defence shipyard in Scotland, and represented Aquarius Holdings in relation to claims against the former captain of a super yacht, and other associated companies and individuals, for breach of contract and breach of fiduciary duty. Medway Council, Stobart Group, Bourne Leisure, United Utilities Water and Electricity North West are also clients. Other key figures include Phil Sheard and Paul Walsh, who is experienced in IT litigation, and legal director +Nina Ferris. Senior associates Kate Steele, Daniel Keating and James Stephenson are also recommended. Stewart Burrows joined HEDS Law Ltd .

Leading individuals

Fiona Parry - Hill Dickinson LLP

Next generation lawyers

Daniel Keating - Hill Dickinson LLP

James Stephenson - Hill Dickinson LLP

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Commercial litigation: Manchester
Commercial litigation: Manchester - ranked: tier 1

Hill Dickinson LLP

Commended for its ‘brilliant service’, Hill Dickinson LLP regularly handles complex and sensitive commercial disputes, with expertise spanning shareholder and partnership matters, breach of contract, competition, fraud, professional negligence, tax, defamation, procurement and product liability. Key work includes representing Oldham Metropolitan Borough Council and Tameside Metropolitan Borough Council in High Court proceedings relating to the disposal of the remains of the notorious Moors Murderer, Ian Brady. It is also representing Peel Holdings Group in a case against General Motors UK relating to a deed governing certain rights relating to drainage. The team also handles cross-border matters and is representing two former directors of Eco-Bat Technologies in litigation in the UK and in the US arising out of a cartel investigation by the European Commission. Department head Geraldine Ryan is ‘a true star’, Peter Southeran has a ‘wealth of experience’ and recently promoted partner Christopher Tyrrell  is ‘brilliant’. Iain Campbell is regularly instructed on breach of contract and professional negligence disputes, while solicitor and professional support lawyer Moya Clifford and Sharon Williamson, who specialises in banking litigation, are also recommended. Senior associates Alex Smith and Andrew Little, who was recently promoted, are key members of the team, as are associates Emma Lewis, Kelly Heath and Rachel Leigh, who recently joined the team from Fieldfisher.

Leading individuals

Geraldine Ryan - Hill Dickinson LLP

Next generation lawyers

Christopher Tyrrell - Hill Dickinson LLP

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Debt recovery
Debt recovery - ranked: tier 2

Hill Dickinson LLP

Hill Dickinson LLP delivers a ‘very quick and efficient service’ and offers ‘creative solutions’. It handles routine debt recovery and regularly advises on high-value and complex contested recoveries, including factoring disputes and recoveries, restitution claims, enforcement proceedings, and vehicle finance disputes. Clients include Bibby Factors, Lloyds Bank Commercial Finance, Korean Development Insurance Corporation, European Commission and 4Syte Funding and 4Syte.Legal director Sharon Williamson leads the Manchester-based team. Phil Sheard  and James Stephenson joined Brabners LLP.

Next generation lawyers

James Stephenson - Hill Dickinson LLP

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North West: Finance

Banking and finance
Banking and finance - ranked: tier 2

Hill Dickinson LLP

Hill Dickinson LLP is active across a range of corporate and real estate finance transactions, and asset-based lending and private equity are key areas of activity for the department. It  acted for Soda Software Labs on its transformative debt package from Clydesdale Bank and on the accompanying equity investment made by NVM Private Equity; advised Hyde Park Finance on a £16m facility made available to Ivy League Devco Birmingham to fund the cost of a student residence in Birmingham; and advised Halewood International on its £50m refinance from Lloyds to RBS Invoice Finance. Advising Downing, on the funding of its £439m student accommodation joint venture with European Property Investors Special Opportunities, was another key highlight. HSBC Bank, RBS, Lloyds Banking Group and Bibby Financial Services are also clients. In Liverpool, the ‘fantastic’ Richard Capper heads the firm’s banking and finance team, where legal director Deepak Purushothaman, who joined in 2017 from Riverview Law, legal director Helen Penfold and associates Rebecca Layton and Emma Howard are also based. Alasdair Mackinnon heads the Manchester-based team, which includes real estate finance specialist Chris Johnston. Beverley Bentley left the firm in 2017 for an in-house role.

Leading individuals

Richard Capper - Hill Dickinson LLP

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Insolvency and corporate recovery
Insolvency and corporate recovery - ranked: tier 3

Hill Dickinson LLP

Hill Dickinson LLP's contentious and non-contentious insolvency expertise spans corporate recovery, restructuring and high-value litigation. Property-related insolvency, pension-related insolvencies and restructurings and asset-based lender-related insolvencies are key areas strength for the department, which acted for the liquidator of Enterprise Insurance Company, Grant Thornton (Gibraltar) on the UK aspects of its appointment as liquidator, and related issues with Ozon Solicitors. It also advised Duff & Phelps on the liquidation of GCC Management, which involved concerns about investment returns promised by GCC to investors, and acted for RSM as administrator of First4Skills.  Paul Spence, who focuses on shipping-related restructuring issues and distressed real estate, leads the team, which was recently bolstered by the arrival of the ‘brilliant’ Gavin Jones  from DWF. Senior associate Richard Palmer and legal director Kathryn Maclennan, who handles personal insolvency matters, are also key members of the team.

Leading individuals

Gavin Jones - Hill Dickinson LLP

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North West: Human resources

Employment
Employment - ranked: tier 1

Hill Dickinson LLP

Hill Dickinson LLP   has a large team of seasoned practitioners. Philip Farrar  has a wealth of experience in NHS matters; Jeff Middleton  regularly advises on senior executives’ appointments and terminations and Luke Green has considerable expertise in the schools sector. Kerstie Skeaping is recommended for her broad range of employment experience and is an accomplished tribunal advocate. Senior associate Kate Shute  is ‘brilliant, pragmatic and technically excellent. She really has lots of public sector/NHS experience’. The department advises blue-chip clients such as Astra Zeneca UK, BBC and the University of Chester Academy Trust. Other active clients include Royal Liverpool & Broadgreen University Hospital NHS Trust, NHS England and The City of Liverpool College. It is representing Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust in a long-running dispute with three individuals who have brought multiple claims against the trust for victimisation relating to their redeployment in the aftermath of tribunal proceedings.

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Health and safety
Health and safety - ranked: tier 1

Hill Dickinson LLP

Hill Dickinson LLP   has a team of ‘intelligent and hardworking lawyers who provide a highly personalised and seamless service to clients’. Philip Moy  is ‘without doubt a specialist in this field and has a criminal solicitor’s savvy’. Senior associate David Keenan  ‘couples excellent analytical skills with an ability to unpick his opponent’s arguments in a moment’. Stephen Barnfield (also a senior associate) is ‘as quick as lightning in grasping the true significance of each bit of evidence and has outstanding analytical and tactical awareness’. Richard Green is another key member of this ‘really great outfit’. The broad practice has considerable expertise in a number of sectors such as construction, retail, healthcare, logistics and professionals ( including vets, surveyors and healthcare professionals). The team has vast experience of handling PACE interviews.

Next generation lawyers

Stephen Barnfield - Hill Dickinson LLP

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Pensions
Pensions - ranked: tier 2

Hill Dickinson LLP

Hill Dickinson LLP 's  team has strength in advising on closing schemes to future accrual and severing the final salary link (the team is adept at acting for companies and trustees alike). The group is also skilled at advising on scheme wind ups and scheme restructuring. It is currently advising Vynova Runcorn Limited and its German parent on the closure of future accrual of benefits in the EVC UK plan and the Ineos Chlor Pension Fund respectively. Other key clients include Swissport GB Limited, Tote (Successor Company Limited (Betfred) and Keysight Technologies UK Limited. The ‘proactive, measured and practical’ Barry Gibb and Paula Warnock  are recommended.

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North West: Insurance

Clinical negligence: defendant
Clinical negligence: defendant - ranked: tier 1

Hill Dickinson LLP

Hill Dickinson LLP's team of 'experienced, able and capable litigators'  ‘runs like a well-oiled machine; work is appropriately delegated to junior fee earners who are effectively supervised and supported’. Andrew Craggs is a ‘dynamic and effective leader of the practice’; David Locke  is ‘commercially savvy and sensible. He gets straight to the heart of the case and makes the right decisions at the right time’. Richard Watson  is ‘a vastly experienced and thorough litigator who is empathetic with his clients and courteous to his opponents’. Philip Bradbury  is an ‘exceptional technical lawyer who assesses each case with conspicuous care’. Also recommended are the 'calm and realistic' Ian Gardiner  and the ‘knowledgeable’ Andrew Leslie. The team was joined by the ‘hardworking and energetic’ Lisa Nabou from BLM . Clients include NHS Resolution, MPS, Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen Hospitals NHS Trust in addition to Manchester University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.

Leading individuals

Andrew Craggs - Hill Dickinson LLP

David Locke - Hill Dickinson LLP

Richard Watson - Hill Dickinson LLP

Next generation lawyers

Joanne Hughes - Hill Dickinson LLP

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North West: Private client

Charities and not-for-profit
Charities and not-for-profit - ranked: tier 3

Hill Dickinson LLP

Hill Dickinson LLP acts for a broad range of large, medium and small charitable and not-for-profit organisations as well as social enterprises on various matters such as constitutional issues, governance and employment matters. It also advises these entities on group structurings, fundraising, trading and compliance issues. Mark Fitzgibbon has a strong profile in the North West third sector community. Jeff Middleton advises various charities on employment related matters. Paul Baker advises private clients on tax-efficient philanthropy (such as the creation and administration of private charitable trusts) and Luke Green  frequently advises academy trust company clients on charitable issues. Significant clients include Big Life Group, Amnesty (UK) Group, BHA for Equality and the Manchester Literature Festival.

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Family
Family - ranked: tier 2

Hill Dickinson LLP

At Hill Dickinson LLP  ‘the level of service is excellent from start to finish; Nothing is too much trouble and information and costs are all made clear to at every stage of the process’. Department head Joanne Raisbeck combines ‘excellent technical knowledge with outstanding people skills’. ‘Pragmatic’ chartered legal executive Sarah McCarthy  is also recommended. Tricia Cottrell has retired. The group advises on a broad range of family law matters, with particular experience in areas such as financial remedies on divorce/dissolution, unmarried couples’ agreements as well as Schedule 1 Children Act applications.

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Personal tax, trusts and probate
Personal tax, trusts and probate - ranked: tier 1

Hill Dickinson LLP

Hill Dickinson LLP's ‘well-regarded team’ provides a ‘professional yet very personal service that makes clients feel at ease’. David Chinn leads the practice, which includes Fionnuala Kenny, who advises wealthy clients on all aspects of succession planning with a particular focus on trusts and settlements. Paul Baker specialises in capital tax planning for UK domiciled and non UK domiciled clients and on trust and estate administration. Baker also advises on complex wills, estate and succession planning for owner managed businesses and charities in addition to international tax planning for high-net-worth clients. Legal director Susan Sherry  is ‘very diligent and extremely focused on her clients. The team works with various high-profile people in the world of retail, politics, entertainment and sports on matters such as asset protection in a matrimonial context. It also works with the family team on pre- and post-nuptial agreements and on co-habitation agreements. Sean Williams  joined Gateley Plc .

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North West: Public sector

Education
Education - ranked: tier 2

Hill Dickinson LLP

Hill Dickinson LLP  acts for schools in both the maintained and non-maintained (independent and academy) sectors in addition to higher and further education institutions, local authorities and educational charities. Luke Green  heads the schools team and Iain Campbell  heads the higher education team. Kerstie Skeaping  is recommended for her employment advice and David Rawlinson is another key contact. Cuckoo Hall Academies Trust, United Colleges Group (the parent company of City of Westminster College and College of North West London), London University Purchasing Consortium and the University of Chester Academies Trust are all clients.

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Health
Health - ranked: tier 1

Hill Dickinson LLP

Andrew Craggs heads a ‘very strong team’ at Hill Dickinson LLP . The ‘excellent and very experienced’ Sharon Thomas  is recommended for her work in mental health and court of protection. Joanna Trewin  led the advice to Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust in its application to the court of protection about a patient who was in a minimally conscious state and was determined by the court to lack capacity. The issue before the court was whether it was lawful and in her interests to receive clinically assisted nutrition and hydration, medication and neurological rehabilitation. In another key matter it is advising Health Education England on the content of an overarching privacy notice to ensure compliance with the forthcoming GDPR. Manchester University Hospitals NHS FT, NHS Warrington CCG and St Helens & Knowsley NHS Trust are also clients.

Next generation lawyers

Paul Allerston - Hill Dickinson LLP

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Local government
Local government - ranked: tier 3

Hill Dickinson LLP

Head of team Mark Fitzgibbon  at Hill Dickinson LLP  has considerable experience in commercial contracts across all aspects of the supply chain. The team was pleased to win the opportunity to advise Liverpool City Council on all the legal work associated with the design and build of a new state of the art cruise liner terminal on the Mersey waterfront. The group also continues to advise Rochdale Borough Council on a broad range of matters including procurement, pensions, property regeneration and constitutional governance related matters. Warwickshire County Council, Wrexham County Borough Council and Powys County Council are all significant clients.

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North West: Real estate

Commercial property: Liverpool
Commercial property: Liverpool - ranked: tier 2

Hill Dickinson LLP

Hill Dickinson LLP acts for a number of investors and developers and is active across the retail, leisure, transport, logistics and public sectors. Real estate finance is also a key area of expertise. Martyn McDonald acts for property owners and investors and advised Chainbid on the £2.7m sale Commerce Park Industrial Estate in Birkenhead; and Claire Cosgrove is noted for her retail sector expertise and advised The Co-operative Group on a number of lease arrangements. Graham Archibald advised Greenwich Leisure as anchor tenant on the development of a new ice rink in Cambridge; and Alex McCann, who is regularly instructed by property investors, developers and occupiers, is advising developer client Elliot Group on several matters, which includes the development of three residential towers in Liverpool, and the £2.5m acquisition of the PSS building in Liverpool. Elsewhere, former team head David Swaffield, who has retired from the partnership and is now a legal director, led advice for Peel Land and Property on the continued development of Port Salford, which included completing a lease to Rhenus Logistics. Legal director Tony Houghton is also recommended.  Manchester-based Jim Purves is national head of property and construction.

Leading individuals

David Swaffield - Hill Dickinson LLP

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Commercial property: Manchester
Commercial property: Manchester - ranked: tier 3

Hill Dickinson LLP

Hill Dickinson LLP’s ‘knowledge is second to none’ and its ‘response times are very fast’. Property investment and real estate finance matters are key strengths, and the team is noted for its experience in the retail, transport and logistics sectors. It also acts for a number of friendly societies. National head of construction and property Jim Purves advised DHL on a number of matters including the site acquisition for a warehouse development at Central Park, Avonmouth, and on the re-gearing of the leases for the NHS England warehouse distribution network. Purves also advised Rhenus Logistics on lease and construction and planning matters relating its new depot at Port Salford. Michael Blakey advised Sheffield Mutual Friendly Society on the £3.2m acquisition of a 62-bed hotel in Huddersfield from CRT Property Investments and advised Oliver Valves on the £33.5m sale of 17 acres of land at Parkgate, Knutsford to Chancerygate (Uxbridge). Jonathan Dover advised Selbourne Group on the development of a Kids Allowed nursery in Altrincham and Darren Hamer advised M20 Property Group on the £17m sale of six office buildings to Seneca Property Investments. Chris Johnston is ‘dynamic, focused and driven’ and senior associates David Herbert and Alison Batchelor are also recommended.

Next generation lawyers

David Herbert - Hill Dickinson LLP

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Construction
Construction - ranked: tier 3

Hill Dickinson LLP

Hill Dickinson LLP is active across transactional matters and disputes, with expertise across the energy, industrial, renewables, transport infrastructure, insurance, retail, and further education sectors. Highlights for the team include representing FAST Consortium, a joint venture contractor, on several contentious matters; advising FCC Elliott DAC on its involvement in major PFI scheme for the construction of a hospital; advising a major port authority on a dispute with its designers and project managers for a port infrastructure project; and advising Ion Projects on the construction of a £40m mixed-use scheme. X1 Developments, FirstGroup and Peel Group are also clients. In Liverpool; Alan Pugh heads the construction and engineering team, and David Chinn leads the business services department, which includes the ‘reliable, sensible and practical’ David Oram,  Tricia Morrison, legal director Brian Quinn, consultants Ronald Farrell and Nick Connor, and senior associate Phillip Gazzola, who recently joined from Systech Solicitors. In Manchester, senior consultant Edward Davies, Michael Woolley, and associate David Banks, who joined from Napthens LLP, are key contacts.

Leading individuals

Alan Pugh - Hill Dickinson LLP

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Property litigation
Property litigation - ranked: tier 1

Hill Dickinson LLP

Hill Dickinson LLP is regularly instructed on complex property disputes for a wide client base, and has particular expertise in the retail, utility, insurance, education, transport and logistics sectors. The team represented Signature Care Homes on a £2m dispute examining the enforceability of restrictive covenants and represented A&P Falmouth and Mersey Docks & Harbour Company in a case regarding an application to modify commercial restrictive covenants at Falmouth Docks. Greene King, Liverpool City Council and DHL Supply Chain are also clients. Right to light and mines and minerals expert Kevin Lee is a ‘very astute and clever litigator’ and heads the team with the ‘brilliant’ Ralph Bullivant who is active on contentious lease renewals, high-value dilapidation claims and contentious break clauses. Consultant Craig Walker is regularly instructed by energy and utility providers and property investors; legal director Phil Parker acts for retail, transport and logistics clients and the ‘excellent’ Julia Stansfield, who is also a legal director, regularly acts for insurers; and senior associate Helen Evans has experience in protest camp evictions for energy companies operating in the fracking industry.

Leading individuals

Kevin Lee - Hill Dickinson LLP

Ralph Bullivant - Hill Dickinson LLP

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North West: TMT (technology, media and telecoms)

IT and telecoms
IT and telecoms - ranked: tier 3

Hill Dickinson LLP

Mark Fitzgibbon heads the IT and Information Governance team atHill Dickinson LLP  . New joiner Tracey Sheehan  from Dentons  heads the telecoms team. Sheehan brings with her a wealth of experience in respect of European telecommunications regulation, competition and state aid. The group advises on a wide range of IT matters from IT procurements to software and hardware contracts as well as other matters such as IT audits, data protection and freedom of information issues. Key clients include National Express, Trinity Mirror Group, MySupermarket.com as well as Bibby Line Group.

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Intellectual property
Intellectual property - ranked: tier 3

Hill Dickinson LLP

At Hill Dickinson LLP Mark Fitzgibbon  and the team routinely advise on brand protection and exploitation, as well as advising on the drafting and the negotiating of sponsorship deals, personal endorsement deals, licenses and IPR assignments for clients such as Coffee Republic, Heritage Apparel and Baseline Health. Hannah Fawcett  is now at Brabners LLP.

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Sport
Sport - ranked: tier 2

Hill Dickinson LLP

Hill Dickinson LLP  ’s multi-disciplinary team advises on sports contracts, dispute resolution, disciplinary and regulatory matters, with an increased focus on rights, reputation and brand management issues for clubs, promoters, athletes and ex-athletes. Richard Green and Geraldine Ryan are recommended. The team acted for Triple S Sports & Entertainment Group (a football agency) in a claim for damages against a former employee and football agent involving allegations of breach of post-termination contracts. In another matter it acted for Philip Foden (a Manchester City player and England U17 World Cup winner) in relation to his first professional contract and various sponsorship agreements.

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