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Penningtons Manches LLP

125 WOOD STREET, LONDON, EC2V 7AW, ENGLAND
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Work 020 7457 3000
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Fax 020 7457 3240
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42605 CHEAPSIDE
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www.penningtons.co.uk

London: Corporate and commercial

Commercial contracts
Commercial contracts - ranked: tier 6

Penningtons Manches LLP

Penningtons Manches LLP's cross-border work is gaining momentum, with the firm having a presence on a number of international networks, including Multilaw (the firm was a founding member), the American Bar Association and the European Law Group. In addition, the firm has a San Francisco office, which was opened in December 2014; Hamish Corner, who divides time between the London and San Francisco offices, advises numerous US-based clients on their EU and UK operations and transactions. Anna Frankum recently advised the UK branch of Florida State University on its contract with an estate management company, and also advised on GDPR issues connected with agreements with suppliers. Rubina Khan (who was hired from Bird & Bird LLP in 2017) and others recently assisted Banque Transatlantique with the drafting of its customer-facing communications, which included its website terms and conditions. Frankum co-heads the practice with Chris Shelley. Jon Bartley moved to RPC.

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M&A: smaller deals up to £50m
M&A: smaller deals up to £50m - ranked: tier 1

Penningtons Manches LLP

The team at Penningtons Manches LLP specialises in the technology, real estate, life sciences, and fashion and luxury goods sectors, regularly acting for high-net-worth individuals, entrepreneurs, owner-managed companies, investors and plcs. Among other highlights, practice head Matthew Martin advised the shareholders of Oscar Mayer Group on its sale to a new vehicle set up by a German private equity fund; Ross McNaughton acted for Klareco Communications on its separation from Bell Pottinger out of administration; senior associate Gemma Davis assisted Aprirose with the £70m acquisition of a portfolio of pubs from Mitchells & Butlers; and Christopher Owen advised NewsQuest Media Group on the acquisitions of news publishers in Scotland, Northern Ireland, the Isle of Wight and Berkshire. Stephen Goldstraw, Melvin Pedro, James Klein (who practises in London and San Francisco) and consultant Teja Picton-Howell are also noted. Other key clients include All Saints Retail, Klareco Communications, OTAS Technologies, MRH and Inauthentic Restaurant Holdings.

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Venture capital
Venture capital - ranked: tier 4

Penningtons Manches LLP

The 'outstanding' team at Penningtons Manches LLP provides 'prompt, thorough and commercial' advice to investees  and investors across a range of fundraising transactions from start-up and pre-seed funding through seed and angel funding to large institutional syndicate investments. Justin Starling  has an excellent reputation in the technology and life sciences sectors (including university spin-out work); he recently advised DiffBlue, an artificial intelligence start-up spun out of Oxford University, on its £17m Series A funding round. David Tighe and James Went provide 'clear and actionable advice' with both recently acting for leading equity crowd funding platform Seedrs on its new funding round with a follow on investment of £4m by Woodford Investment Management. Rob Hayes handles a significant volume of deals across the South East and London including on behalf of Business Growth Fund and Touchstone Innovations plc.

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London: Dispute resolution

Banking litigation: investment and retail
Banking litigation: investment and retail - ranked: tier 6

Penningtons Manches LLP

Penningtons Manches LLP is experienced both in acting for and against banks, including advising business clients that have suffered loss, individuals who have been mis-sold products, and former employees; and the team has particular expertise in high-profile swaps litigation. Alex Fox is business and finance disputes head, and Rustam Dubash and David Niven are also highly regarded. Dan Hyde joined from Howard Kennedy LLP; Hyde has an established white-collar practice that encompasses commercial fraud, business crime and contentious financial regulation.

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Commercial litigation
Commercial litigation - ranked: tier 6

Penningtons Manches LLP

Penningtons Manches LLP's 'level of service is outstanding and the team understands clients' commercial concerns'. Its commercial litigation work covers international litigation; group actions; banking and finance disputes; and defamation and reputation management. Other areas of strength are cyber crime, IP and IT disputes, product liability, regulatory matters and high-net-worth disputes.Commercial dispute resolution group Rustam Dubash is India group head, John Doherty's 'advice is a luxury for clients' and Richard Marshall is international litigation and arbitration head. Also recommended are Alex Fox, Jeremy Clarke-Williams, Noel McMichael, David Niven and Philip D’Costa. Dan Hyde joined from Howard Kennedy LLP.

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Professional discipline
Professional discipline - ranked: tier 1

Penningtons Manches LLP

Penningtons Manches LLP's Nicole Curtis is focused on healthcare and veterinary matters; and Geoffrey Hudson is recommended for matters involving veterinary surgeons but is also well known in the pharmacy sector. In addition, the firm has a long history acting for major healthcare regulators, frequently representing regulators in judicial review claims and statutory appeals. In other areas, the team acted for the Farriers Registration Council  in a highly sensitive appeal to the High Court against a decision of the Disciplinary Committee of the FRC; this followed a high-profile disciplinary case  involving the Queen’s farrier and bullying allegations. It also represented the Solicitors Regulation Authority in prosecuting a solicitor in the Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal for alleged failings in dealing with a large claim against a client. Katrina Wingfield is an experienced consultant and associate Neil Wilks works mainly for statutory regulators, investigating allegations of serious professional misconduct in the veterinary, farriery, human healthcare and legal professions. Former senior associate Hein Le Roux left the firm to emigrate to Canada.

Leading individuals

Geoffrey Hudson - Penningtons Manches LLP

Nicole Curtis - Penningtons Manches LLP

Next generation lawyers

Neil Wilks - Penningtons Manches LLP

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London: Human resources

Employment: employees/unions
Employment: employees/unions - ranked: tier 3

Penningtons Manches LLP

Paul Mander leads the team at Penningtons Manches LLP, which was bolstered by the recruitment of Binder Bansel and Anthea Christie from Pattinson & Brewer in 2017. Bansel is praised as 'extremely knowledgeable' and 'an exceptional discrimination lawyer'; he also handles class actions, collective labour issues and trade union law. Recent mandates for Bansel include acting for four members of the Police Federation in a claim for damages against the Metropolitan Police Service relating to its duty of care following the arrest of a terrorist subject and a subsequent civil claim against the officers, representing members of the Civil Nuclear Police Federation in a challenge to its decision to raise its retirement age, and acting for Communications Workers Union members in a test case relating to the worker status of postmasters. Christie, who is 'a force to be reckoned with', handled a judicial review application for a Police Federation representative and is acting for three Police Federation members in claims for unpaid overtime.

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Employment: employers and senior executives
Employment: employers and senior executives - ranked: tier 6

Penningtons Manches LLP

Employment: senior executives - ranked: tier 2

Penningtons Manches LLP

Penningtons Manches LLP provides 'an excellent cradle-to-grave service with a particular emphasis on client care' and is 'very strategic and unflappable in even the most complex employment disputes'. Key areas of expertise for the department include assisting senior executives, handling boardroom disputes, whisteblowing and discrimination claims, restrictive covenants and confidentiality injunctions, data protection work and reorganisations. Recent highlights include Andrew Haywood acting for Curzon Street Partners in a constructive dismissal claim brought by a former chef. Tom Walker is also a key name to note.

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Immigration
Immigration: business - ranked: tier 2

Penningtons Manches LLP

Immigration: human rights, appeals and overstay - ranked: tier 1

Penningtons Manches LLP

Penningtons Manches LLP‚Äôs ‚Äėprofessional‚Äô department is ‚Äėapproachable and collaborative‚Äô and ‚Äėexcels in the field of immigration‚Äô. It provides advice to corporate and personal immigration clients, which are often high-net-worth individuals. The team advised tech company Paddle on its sponsor licence application. Navitas Holdings, Coventry University, Tata and Florida State University are also clients. Department head Pat Saini¬†is experienced in advising education and tech-sector clients, as well as high-net-worth individuals.¬†Hazar El-Chamaa¬†heads the private wealth immigration offering, is ‚Äėexceptionally good with private clients; she instantly builds trust, understands what the client goes through and helps them navigate their way through complex immigration rules seamlessly‚Äô. El-Chamaa regularly acts for education, fashion, luxury, lifestyle, sports and entertainment sector clients, as well as high-net-worth individuals.

Leading individuals

Pat Saini - Penningtons Manches LLP

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London: Insurance

Clinical negligence: claimant
Clinical negligence: claimant - ranked: tier 3

Penningtons Manches LLP

Penningtons Manches LLP  handles a range of cases, from those involving brain and spinal injuries through to delayed diagnosis and mental health. John Kyriacou heads the department and brings 25 years of experience in the field of clinical negligence. Emily Palmer handles cases involving spinal injuries and Sarah Gubbins has specialist expertise in cases involving cosmetic surgery, obstetrics and gynecology. Warren Collins has developed a niche for representing injured UK nationals in the US and vice versa.

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Personal injury: claimant
Personal injury: claimant - ranked: tier 4

Penningtons Manches LLP

The 'excellent' Penningtons Manches LLP manages high-value catastrophic injury claims 'effectively' and secures 'good outcomes'. Its 'highly intelligent, dedicated and professional' solicitors have 'up-to-date knowledge' and provide 'an exemplary standard of care to clients'. The team's work involves cases of brain and spinal cord injuries, loss of limbs, fatal accident claims and psychiatric disorders. Core team members include the 'accomplished and proactive' Warren Collins, who has a niche specialism in representing UK individuals injured in the US and vice versa, and the 'very thorough' Charlene King, who shows 'excellent attention to detail'. The 'client-focused' Tristan Hallam joined from Slater and Gordon in August 2017 - a client commented of him: 'His dogged determination and boundless energy are unparalleled.'

Leading individuals

Warren Collins - Penningtons Manches LLP

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Product liability: defendant
Product liability: defendant - ranked: tier 4

Penningtons Manches LLP

John Doherty  heads Penningtons Manches LLP practice and acts for large multinationals in unsafe consumer products matters and investigations conducted by Trading Standards, among other work. The practice was boosted with the hiring of Dan Hyde  from Howard Kennedy LLP in August 2017, and Jeremy Clarke-Williams  who joined in September 2017 from Slater and Gordon. The practice continues to act for Cannon Automotive and C.A. Holdings in proceedings against its former US distributor in relation to BMW car mats and Hyundai vehicles that were allegedly defective and sold across the US. Other key practitioners to note are Richard Marshall and Elise Bevan.

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Professional negligence
Professional negligence - ranked: tier 6

Penningtons Manches LLP

Penningtons Manches LLP‚Äôs ‚Äėvery professional‚Äô team regularly acts for claimants in multi-party professional negligence claims.¬†David Niven¬†represented multiple claimants in a ¬£6m action against an international solicitors' firm in relation to purchases of off-plan properties in two developments in Calabria, Italy; he is also representing various claimants in a ¬£1.3m group action against a solicitors' firm, regarding losses arising out of failed off-plan transactions for the purchase of leasehold interests in hotel rooms and student accommodation in a number of failed property developments across Britain. Richard Marshall¬†heads the international trade and commerce group and specialises in negligence and regulatory claims involving solicitors, accountants, architects and surveyors. Senior associate David O‚ÄôBrien¬†is also a key member of the team. Rustam Dubash¬†heads the commercial dispute resolution team.

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London: Private client

Charities and not-for-profit
Charities and not-for-profit - ranked: tier 5

Penningtons Manches LLP

Alison Talbot¬†leads the charities practice at Penningtons Manches LLP. Talbot is ‚Äėextremely warm and has a great client manner but also has a fantastic depth of knowledge and an extremely tough edge when needed‚Äô. Senior associate Philip Collins¬†heads the charity litigation practice and he is described as being ‚Äėvery hard-nosed and a tough litigator who has a strong commercial background that shows through in his charities work‚Äô. Talbot has a particular interest in supporting charities through organisational change, disputes and distress situations. She also specialises in legacy management and routinely advises finance departments on ways to generate income. She also assists charities that are appointed as executors or beneficiaries of wills on how to manage legal and tax issues resulting from gifts to charities. Her client base is focused primarily on large charities and on those charities in the education sector. Major clients include Oxford colleges, universities, academy schools, trusts and further education colleges. The team has been advising PDSA on a wide variety of legacy matters. Other significant clients include the National Trust, British Red Cross, Hearing Dogs for Deaf and Care Ashore.

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Contentious trusts and probate
Contentious trusts and probate - ranked: tier 3

Penningtons Manches LLP

Penningtons Manches LLP¬†fields an ‚Äėincredibly responsive and super personable team that is always looking for the most cost-effective way to achieve the best result‚Äô. Head of team Michael Cash¬† has an ‚Äėexcellent mix of experience, knowledge and practical common sense‚Äô. Newly promoted partner Henrietta Mason¬† ‚Äėstays calm even in the face of the worst adversity and is technically excellent. She is a very effective lawyer who attracts good work and will surely flourish as a partner‚Äô. Senior associate Sarah Lee¬† ‚Äė¬†works tirelessly and is a fearsome advocate‚Äô. In a case that showcases the team‚Äôs ability to deal with complex cross border and high value matters it continues to act for the administrator of the estate of his Exalted Highness the 7th Nizam of Hyderabad. The long running dispute is over ¬£35m that is held by National Westminster Bank that was deposited in 1948. Claimants to the funds are the States of India and Pakistan and various heirs to the 7th Nizam.

Leading individuals

Michael Cash - Penningtons Manches LLP

Next generation lawyers

Henrietta Mason - Penningtons Manches LLP

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Court of protection
Court of protection - ranked: tier 2

Penningtons Manches LLP

Penningtons Manches LLP¬†¬†‚Äėconsistently delivers an outstanding level of client service; the team has an excellent grasp of the needs of the most vulnerable and catastrophically brain injured clients‚Äô. The ‚Äėknowledgeable, practical and approachable‚Äô Julie Burton¬†leads the team, which includes senior associate¬†Daniel Toop, who¬†is ‚Äėvery hardworking and extremely pragmatic‚Äô. The group acts as a professional deputy or trustee for individuals who have received an award as a result of a personal injury or clinical negligence claim. It acts for both children and adults with acquired brain injuries and other injuries across the UK and has some clients who live abroad. The team also acts for a number of elderly clients on estate management issues.

Leading individuals

Julie Burton - Penningtons Manches LLP

Next generation lawyers

Daniel Toop - Penningtons Manches LLP

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Family
Family - ranked: tier 2

Penningtons Manches LLP

At Penningtons Manches LLP James Stewart¬† is ‚Äėrenowned for tricky international cases‚Äô and Anna Worwood¬† is ‚Äėone of the go-to lawyers for complex children disputes‚Äô. Jane Craig¬† heads the team, which has ‚Äėfantastic strength and depth not only in the partners but also the associates. Every case is well managed at the practice‚Äô. Gillian Rivers¬† is ‚Äėtechnically superb‚Äô for both financial remedy and children cases. Rivers ‚Äėcombines charm and an ability to reach favourable settlements for her clients with a willingness to litigate forcefully on their behalf when necessary‚Äô.¬†Rebecca Carlyon¬†is skilled on advising on both financial and children issues that arise on relationship breakdown. The team has been expanding. The ‚Äėoutstanding‚Äô Linzi Bull¬†recently joined the team from Harbottle & Lewis LLP¬† and is known for her ‚Äėgood people skills. She is a first-class case runner'. Edward Floyd¬† was promoted to partner.

Leading individuals

Anna Worwood - Penningtons Manches LLP

James Stewart - Penningtons Manches LLP

Jane Craig - Penningtons Manches LLP

Rebecca Carlyon - Penningtons Manches LLP

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Personal tax, trusts and probate
Personal tax, trusts and probate - ranked: tier 3

Penningtons Manches LLP

Penningtons Manches LLP¬†provides ‚Äėexceptional service to clients. The highly motivated team is also structured in an efficient way to provide cost effective advice‚Äô. Clare Archer¬† heads the department and has ‚Äėthe rare combination of experience, expertise and personable approach to be a true trusted adviser in what is often quite a sensitive and problematic area of practice‚Äô. Archer is often called upon to advise families and family offices on generational planning and governance issues. James d‚ÄôAquino¬†‚Äėhas the global expertise and experience to be trusted on very complex matters‚Äô. D‚ÄôAquino provides tax, trust and succession planning advice to UHNW individuals, families and trustees. Archer and d‚ÄôAquino are both ‚Äėvery sensitive to client needs and have the ability to handle diverse and often conflicting or competing elements very well‚Äô. Laura Dadswell¬†is ‚Äėexcellent‚Äô and newly promoted partner Lucy Edwards¬† is ‚Äėhighly effective‚Äô.

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London: Public sector

Education: institutions
Education: institutions - ranked: tier 4

Penningtons Manches LLP

Penningtons Manches LLP offers 'practical, high-quality advice' and is 'sensitive to the needs and issues of higher education', according to clients. It assists a host of UK, international and alternative providers of higher education, including with immigration issues. Hilary Aldred, who provides 'no-nonsense, practical advice', and Daff Richardson, who has a focus on disputes in this sector, co-head the department. Other noted team members include Pat Saini and Alison Talbot. Aldred leads a team that is advising Florida State University on all its UK employment matters, and in other work it is advising the Institute of Contemporary Music Performance regarding a claim from a disabled student in respect of allegations regarding his fitness to study and practice.

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London: Real estate

Commercial property
Commercial property: corporate occupiers - ranked: tier 4

Penningtons Manches LLP

Commercial property: development - ranked: tier 5

Penningtons Manches LLP

Commercial property: hotels and leisure - ranked: tier 4

Penningtons Manches LLP

Commercial property: investment - ranked: tier 4

Penningtons Manches LLP

Penningtons Manches LLP acts primarily for institutional investors and developers in strategic land and investment portfolio transactions, and development projects. Development highlights have included Louis Manches advising Munroe K on its 500,000 ft2 development at White Rose Office Park in Leeds, and Alison Lewis assisting Lavignac Securities with the establishment of a development joint venture with Conygar Investment Company, and the partnership’s subsequent £13.5m acquisition of a development site in Nottingham. James Nadin led the property due diligence for a major hotel portfolio transaction, and John Hargreaves has particular expertise in the student accommodation sector. Martin Codd and James McNeilly are key contacts for site disposals and letting work. Investor clients include Aprirose and Aviva Investors Real Estate.

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Construction
Contruction (non-contentious) - ranked: tier 5

Penningtons Manches LLP

Richard Cooke heads the transactional construction team at Penningtons Manches LLP, which acts for clients including Aviva Investors, Viridian Housing, Sovereign Housing Association, Thames Valley Housing Association and Hoxton Hotel Group. Francis Ho is advising the joint venture on a major Private Rented Scheme in central Manchester worth £125m for Aytoun Street Developments Limited, and is advising Harlow Properties on a regeneration scheme with multiple data centres planned. Peter  Stockill joined in March 2018 from BLM’s London office.

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Property litigation
Property litigation - ranked: tier 4

Penningtons Manches LLP

The ‚Äėstrong, commercial savvy‚Äô lawyers at Penningtons Manches LLP¬†‚Äėcombine a deep knowledge of the law with commercial advice and pragmatism‚Äô. Practice head Donald Lambert¬†‚Äėapplies the law in a commercial and strategic manner‚Äô while being ‚Äėpleasant to work with and extremely knowledgeable‚Äô. Lambert specialises in portfolio management in addition to development disputes and has recently been advising numerous landlords in dilapidations claims valued in excess of ¬£1m. In another highlight, Lambert acted for a client on the enforcement of a buyback option in a guarantee of sale and leaseback financing deal for properties valued at ¬£4m and ‚ā¨10m respectively. Ben Robinson¬†has been promoted to partner and ‚Äėcan be relied upon to spot all the angles and be on top of matter‚Äô. Robinson is ‚Äėstrong on the residential side‚Äô while the ‚Äėcommercially astute‚Äô David Masters¬†has particular expertise in lease extensions, party wall awards and rights to light. Laura West¬†joins the team, having previously worked at Irwin Mitchell.

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Social housing: local authorities and registered providers
Social housing: local authorities and registered providers - ranked: tier 4

Penningtons Manches LLP

Penningtons Manches LLP is instructed by a host of national housing associations in relation to property transactions, litigation, landlord and tenant issues and development joint venture agreements. Headed by Linda Storey, the team has been involved in several affordable housing and shared-ownership developments. In one example, Andrew Casstles advised Southern Housing Group on the acquisition of two development sites and a leaseback transaction, while Storey handled the shared-ownership leases and unit sales at the site. Similarly, Peter Massey assisted Sovereign Housing Association with a joint venture agreement with Kier Construction to develop a 280-unit mixed-tenure residential scheme. Senior associate Charlotte D’Avola leads a team that provides ongoing advice to Family Mosaic Housing in relation to charging, release and substitution work. David Masters is instructed by housing associations in connection with Landlord and Tenant Act 1985 obligations. Mark Sellers, who advises registered providers on site acquisitions and development agreements, joined the team from Prince Evans Solicitors LLP.

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London: Risk advisory

Reputation management
Reputation management - ranked: tier 2

Penningtons Manches LLP

Penningtons Manches LLP has impressive capabilities across the full range of libel, reputation management and privacy law and is also adept at providing pre-publication advice. The group is regularly called on by other departments in the firm to act for individuals and clients include high-profile and high-net-worth individuals, as well as police officers and companies. Associate director Adele Ashton is representing a professional photographer in proceedings concerning defamation, negligence and breaches of the Data Protection Act concerning a nude photo shoot on a National Trust for Scotland property; the claim is subject to contested jurisdiction. Other recent work for Ashton includes acting for the claimant in a claim against a Foundation Trust pertaining to the alleged misuse of private information and breach of confidence and breach of the Data Protection Act. Head of reputation and privacy Jeremy Clarke-Williams is another key name.

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London: TMT (technology, media and telecoms)

Intellectual property
Intellectual property - ranked: tier 5

Penningtons Manches LLP

Penningtons Manches LLP's 'excellent' intellectual property department is instructed by clients such as Roots Reggae Reggae Sauce and new client Joseph Giles. It successfully represented CHT Germany in oppositions to trade mark applications made for UK and EU trade mark rights by a Chinese company. In another work highlight, the group advised the Institute of Psychoanalysis on copyright and other issues, including contracts with contributors, licensors and publishers. Anna Frankum heads up the practice, alongside Oxford-based Chris Shelley,  and focuses predominantly on non-contentious IP matters, Alex Fox handles disputes, both at litigation and arbitration. Change to the team include the departures of Rachael Barber to join Kemp Little LLP  and Jim Kinnier Wilson to establish Wilson Life Sciences.

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Sport
Sport - ranked: tier 6

Penningtons Manches LLP

'One to watch' in the sports sector,¬†Penningtons Manches LLP¬†has been 'building up its sports practice with real energy'; motorsports, power-boat racing, football and golf have been particular areas of activity. Exemplifying the practice's strength in commercial litigation, the 'committed', 'energetic and highly accomplished'¬†Richard Marshall¬†continued to advise the Ortiz-Pati√Īo estate on its potential ‚ā¨15m breach of contract claim concerning its sale of Valderrama Group, owner of the Valderrama Golf Club. Immigration is another area of expertise:¬†Hazar El-Chamaa¬†acted for an e-sports tournament organiser on obtaining a visa for an e-sports player to enable him to play in a UK competition, and advised one international footballer on the impact of Brexit on his transfer to a UK premiership club. Rennes FC is another client. 'Very pragmatic'¬†employment and disciplinary expert¬†Andrew Haywood¬†heads the department, and is 'ambitious for outcomes for his clients'.

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London: Transport

Travel
Travel: personal injury - ranked: tier 3

Penningtons Manches LLP

The team at¬†Penningtons Manches LLP¬†are ‚Äėspecialists in the field with a deep knowledge of travel law and dealing with EU jurisdictional issues‚Äô and it handles international personal injury cases for claimants and defendants, acting for a number of insurer clients. Allianz Legal Protection, UK General Insurance Group, Vitality Health, AmTrust Europe, Canopius Underwriting and Chubb are clients. It is representing a claimant who suffered a life threatening traumatic brain injury in a multiple vehicle collision in France and is representing a claimant who suffered a severe head injury when he fell through a skylight at a resort in Spain. Travel law team head Mark Lee¬†is ‚Äėvery practical in his approach and capable of dealing with very complex matters in a straightforward manner‚Äô and is particularly experienced in head injury cases. Warren Collins¬†and senior associate (non-solicitor) Keith Dean¬†are also key figures.

Leading individuals

Mark Lee - Penningtons Manches LLP

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