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Pinsent Masons LLP

1 PARK ROW, LEEDS, LS1 5AB, ENGLAND
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Work 0113 244 5000
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Fax 0113 244 8000
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26440 LEEDS-28
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Yorkshire and the Humber: Corporate and commercial

Corporate and commercial: Leeds, West Yorkshire, North Yorkshire
Corporate and commercial: Leeds, West Yorkshire, North Yorkshire - ranked: tier 1

Pinsent Masons LLP (Leeds)

According to one client, ‘nobody is more driven’ than Andrew Kerr, who jointly leads Pinsent Masons LLP’s practice with commercial partner Martin Priestley. Kerr advised Indian chemicals manufacturer, Nirma, on its $1.4bn acquisition of LafargeHolcim’s Indian operations and assisted Exertis UK with its £51m purchase of the entire issued share capital of Hammer Consolidated Holdings; senior associate Joanna Jowitt was involved in both deals. Other highlights included advising CBPE Capital on its secondary buyout of caravan manufacturer ABI, advising Synova Capital on its £25m investment in Fairstone Group and assisting SIG with the purchase of the entire issued share capital of Metall Architektur and SIG’s simultaneous acquisition of the Proteus Engineered Facades Business. Other notable names include private equity specialist Peter Wood and Andrew Black, who acts for UK and US-based listed companies. Legal directors Catherine Hemsworth and Michelle Kershaw have strengths in private equity transactions, while fellow legal director Lisa Harley handles IT supply contracts.

Leading individuals

Andrew Kerr - Pinsent Masons LLP

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Corporate and commercial: Sheffield, South Yorkshire
Next generation Lawyers

Joanna Jowitt - Pinsent Masons LLP

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Corporate tax
Corporate tax - ranked: tier 1

Pinsent Masons LLP (Leeds)

Pinsent Masons LLP’s practice has a strong reputation for advising on tax structuring pertaining to property investments, property joint ventures and funds, and tax issues concerning the education, energy and healthcare sectors. Recent work includes handling tax issues relating to the disposal of transmission assets for a high-profile energy company. Practice head John Christian advised the trustees of a pension fund on restructuring £200m of indirect property investments regarding a scheme merger, which involved complex regulatory issues. Suzannah Crookes typically advises on employee share and incentive plans, including tax-advantaged and non-tax-advantaged plans, managing grants and maturities under existing plans and handling cross-border issues; she recently advised a British plc on its new executive performance share plan across various jurisdictions. Jon Robinson stands out for his advice on the tax structuring of corporate transactions, real estate projects and employment taxes and associate Andrew McCarthy has expertise in build-to-rent tax issues, and is often involved in high-value cross-border transactions.

Leading individuals

John Christian - Pinsent Masons LLP

Next generation lawyers

Andrew McCarthy - Pinsent Masons LLP

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Yorkshire and the Humber: Dispute resolution

Commercial litigation: Leeds and West Yorkshire; North Yorkshire
Commercial litigation: Leeds and West Yorkshire; North Yorkshire - ranked: tier 1

Pinsent Masons LLP (Leeds)

Pinsent Masons LLP’s practice is led by the highly regarded Andrew Masterson, the ‘reliable, calm and very competentJulian Sladdin and James McBurney, who provides ‘pragmatic, sensible advice and gets to grips with highly technical issues quickly’. McBurney led a team defending a multinational telecoms company against a $1.3m claim brought by a communications provider that alleged that equipment had been wrongfully retained on its site, as well as for owed payments. The team is representing Hamad Aldrees & Partners, a mineral extraction company, in pursuing a claim against Rotex Europe regarding the supply of allegedly deficient mineral separating units, a counterclaim for unpaid fees has been brought. Masterson is leading a team acting for an IT and outsourcing solutions company regarding the failure of its customer to meet a £3m year-one revenue target under a multi-year £10m service agreement. The team is also noted for its strength in the education sector and acts for various UK universities. Legal director Louise Nahon is another key contact.

Next generation lawyers

Louise Nahon - Pinsent Masons LLP

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Yorkshire and the Humber: Finance

Banking and finance
Banking and finance - ranked: tier 1

Pinsent Masons LLP (Leeds)

Pinsent Masons LLP advises corporate borrowers, banks and other financial institutions on M&A funding, property finance transactions and general corporate financings. Team head Philip Scott acts for senior and mezzanine lenders and private equity houses on acquisition transactions; legal director Stephen Woods, who heads the derivatives practice, advises on debt capital markets, structured finance and securitisation transactions; and legal director Sean Houlihan handles real estate finance. The team recently advised SIG on the refinancing of its £350m revolving credit facility with Lloyds, Barclays, Commerzbank, HSBC and RBS and also handled the English, German and French elements of the refinance of the client’s £130m US private placement notes. Other highlights include advising Beechbrook Capital on its mezzanine financing of the CBPE Capital-assisted MBO of ABI Group.

Leading individuals

Philip Scott - Pinsent Masons LLP

Next generation lawyers

Sean Houlihan - Pinsent Masons LLP

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Insolvency and corporate recovery
Insolvency and corporate recovery - ranked: tier 2

Pinsent Masons LLP (Leeds)

Pinsent Masons LLP’s team provides ‘quick response times’. ‘Nothing is too much trouble’ for practice head Richard Tripp and ‘his knowledge is endless’; he focuses on corporate recovery and restructuring work for banks, financial institutions and various corporate personnel. Legal director Dawn Allen focuses on non-contentious restructuring matters. Recent highlights include acting for KPMG as administrators of Halco Rock Tools which involved handling the pre-pack sale of the business; advising AlixPartners, as administrators of St Andrews Care Group, on the pre-pack administration sale of 11 care homes; and assisting Quantuma, as administrators, with the pre-pack sale of the business and assets of Linder Myers which saved 65 solicitors’ jobs. Other clients include Deloitte, Begbies Traynor, BDO, Grant Thornton and EY.

Next generation lawyers

Dawn Allen - Pinsent Masons LLP

Sean Houlihan - Pinsent Masons LLP

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Yorkshire and the Humber: Human resources

Employment: Hull and East Yorkshire
Leading individuals (region-wide)

Christopher Booth - Pinsent Masons LLP

Jon Fisher - Pinsent Masons LLP

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Employment: Leeds and West Yorkshire; North Yorkshire
Employment: Leeds and West Yorkshire; North Yorkshire - ranked: tier 1

Pinsent Masons LLP (Leeds)

Pinsent Masons LLP has firmly established itself as a go-to firm for employment matters concerning the financial services, higher education and retail sectors, with a track record spanning advice on senior board exits, corporate reorganisations, equal pay and enforcement of restrictive covenants. Jon Fisher is the key figure for equal pay matters in the insurance and retail sectors, and leads the Leeds employment team, which includes Chris Booth, who acts on a range of employment matters for clients including William Hill and Grant Thornton. Booth acted for the former client on the restructuring of its retail business, involving a consultation process concerning its approximately 12,000 employees. Fisher has also assisted clients in senior executive departures, settlement agreements, the closure of defined-benefit pension schemes, and TUPE issues related to employee moves. Other clients include Direct Line, RBS and HSBC. Christopher Mordue joined Eversheds Sutherland (International) LLP in 2017.

Leading individuals (region-wide)

Christopher Booth - Pinsent Masons LLP

Jon Fisher - Pinsent Masons LLP

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Employment: Sheffield and South Yorkshire
Leading individuals (region-wide)

Christopher Booth - Pinsent Masons LLP

Jon Fisher - Pinsent Masons LLP

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Health and safety
Health and safety - ranked: tier 1

Pinsent Masons LLP (Leeds)

Sarah Taylor heads the Leeds team at Pinsent Masons LLP and ‘leads by example; she has vast experience in the field and her attention to detail is unrivalled’. The team handles high-profile investigations and prosecutions, as well as non-contentious health and safety and regulatory issues for a number of national and multinational businesses, with particular strengths in the retail and food sectors. Taylor’s team works in conjunction with the firm’s national health and safety offering, which enables its clients to draw on UK-wide resources where necessary. Clients include Asda Stores, William Hill and DONG Energy.

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Pensions
Pensions - ranked: tier 1

Pinsent Masons LLP (Leeds)

Pinsent Masons LLP fields an ‘outstanding’ pensions team in Leeds, which is singled out for its ‘professional, practical and timely service’, its knowledge of defined-contribution and money-purchase pensions issues, and its strength in contract schemes and independent governance committee issues. Jacqui Timmins heads the department, which includes Tom Barton, who is ‘a thought leader’ in the field of defined contribution. The practice acts for a number of the region’s largest employers and schemes, as well as pension providers such as Legal & General and Scottish Widows. In an illustration of its handling of buy-in/buyout transactions, Barton acted for Legal & General in the buyout of the Covidien UK pension plan and the IMI 2014 pension fund. Barton also acted for a national financial institution in an analysis of financial instruments for charge cap purposes. On the pensions disputes front, the firm acted for Royal London in a High Court case concerning pensions liberation scams, which settled a point of law regarding a key barrier to enabling trustees and pension providers to decline transfer requests to schemes suspected of pensions liberation scams. Timmins’ highlights included advising the trustees of the £1bn Croda pension scheme on benefit changes to the scheme, including the introduction of a life expectancy adjustment factor for members joining the scheme after 6 April 2016.

Leading individuals

Jacqui Timmins - Pinsent Masons LLP

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Yorkshire and the Humber: Private client

Charities and not-for-profit
Charities and not-for-profit - ranked: tier 2

Pinsent Masons LLP (Leeds)

Pinsent Masons LLP’s ‘excellent’ charities practice is noted for its ‘great overall coverage’. Janet Hoskin is the key figure in Leeds; she is ‘very good at organising projects involving a large number of participants and at building long-term relationships with clients’. The practice has particular strength in the universities arena, where it acts for clients including the University of London, the London School of Economics, and the University of Gloucestershire. Highlights included advising a university client on its overhaul of documentation for donations and gifts, including a review of its gift acceptance policy. Other areas of expertise include advising corporate clients on the establishment of corporate foundations. Senior associate Chris Thomas regularly assists charities with governance, tax and fundraising matters.

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Personal tax, trusts and probate
Personal tax, trusts and probate - ranked: tier 2

Pinsent Masons LLP (Leeds)

Janet Hoskin heads up Pinsent Masons LLP’s department, which is highly regarded for its trust expertise. The group acts for insurance companies, banks, pension providers and government agencies on all types of commercial trust issues, and handles tax-specific trust matters for corporate healthcare trusts and property investment trusts. Aegon, Scottish Widows, Simplyhealth, Standard Life and Canada Life are representative clients. In a recent highlight, Hoskin advised a major insurance company on the tax and regulatory implications relating to the extension of its healthcare trusts product. The group also regularly advises internationally mobile individuals, assisting with inheritance tax, capital gains tax and national insurance matters.

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Yorkshire and the Humber: Projects, energy and natural resources (including PFI)

Energy
Energy - ranked: tier 1

Pinsent Masons LLP (Leeds)

Pinsent Masons LLP’s team is praised for its strength in advising on engineering contracts, particularly those concerning large gas-fired power projects, and is ‘efficient, highly knowledgeable and easy to deal with’. ‘Focused’ team head Melanie Grimmitt advises on complex negotiations and handles major energy projects in the UK and the Middle East. Construction and engineering specialist Stacey Collins has considerable expertise assisting with biomass projects, gas turbine development projects and waste management systems. The group also advises on offshore wind, nuclear and low carbon projects. Recent highlights include advising Drax Power on acquiring four open-cycle gas turbine development projects and assisting Wainstones Energy with the construction of two new gas-fired power plants in Staythorpe and Pembroke. It has also handled various matters for E.ON Climate & Renewables, including assisting with the disposal of transmission assets to the offshore transmission owner, drafting and negotiating an interface agreement and advising on construction contracts, crossing and proximity agreements and security transfers. Other clients include Dong Energy, Green Investment Bank, Viridor, the University of Leeds and Falcon Energy.

Leading individuals

Melanie Grimmitt - Pinsent Masons LLP

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Infrastructure
Infrastructure - ranked: tier 1

Pinsent Masons LLP (Leeds)

Pinsent Masons LLP’s global healthcare projects team is led by Kate Orviss, who has expertise in advising NHS Trusts with international ventures, assisting with EPC contracts in the Middle East and handling significant railway development projects in the Middle East and Africa. John Bruce handles domestic and international large-scale infrastructure and energy projects, and advises public and private sector clients and project funders in the waste-to-energy and waste management sectors; he has particular expertise in merchant waste projects. Senior associate Gemma Wilson specialises in PPPs and advises clients involved in health and student accommodation projects. Orviss is advising on the implementation of the Indo UK Institute of Health programme, which is government-backed and involves building 11 1000-bed hospitals and training and research facilities and 89 polyclinics in India. Other highlights include assisting Sandwell and West Birmingham Hospitals NHS Trust with the procurement of its £29.3m managed equipment service contract; advising the University of Essex on the procurement of a 643-room student residence development at the client’s Colchester campus; and assisting BH EnergyGap with the delivery of a 200,000 tonne 25MW thermal treatment plant in Walsall.

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Yorkshire and the Humber: Public sector

Education
Education - ranked: tier 1

Pinsent Masons LLP (Leeds)

Victoria Goddard succeeded Nicola Hart as head of universities and higher education at Pinsent Masons LLP in May 2017, and specialises in complex development structures and student accommodation matters. Goddard recently advised both the University of London and the University of Gloucestershire in the procurement of new student accommodation. Martin Priestley heads the universities international group and advises on internationalisation projects, and recently advised the University of Sheffield on a deal to expand its partnership with Nanjing Technology University alongside Shanghai-based colleagues. Julian Sladdin, who ‘has a wealth of experience and great knowledge of the area’, heads the university litigation practice and represents higher education clients in a range of areas, including discrimination cases, fitness to practice, disciplinary issues, educational negligence and judicial reviews. Sladdin has recently acted for the University of Huddersfield in connection with a discrimination claim by a former student and was successful in having the claim struck out following the third strike out application, resulting in a cost award for the client.

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Local government
Local government - ranked: tier 2

Pinsent Masons LLP (Leeds)

At Pinsent Masons LLP, head of local government Anne Bowden is a ‘first-class lawyer who works proactively to ward off problems’. Bowden specialises in regeneration schemes, with recent highlights including advice to the London Borough of Southwark in connection with the creation of a new town centre at Canada Water in a joint venture with British Land worth £2bn and to the London Borough of Wandsworth on its proposed regeneration of the Winstanley and York Road estates in Battersea. Planning partner Jonathan Riley has been leading the team advising Leeds City Council in connection with its first planning application for housing on the East Leeds Extension, and on an associated new road, the East Leeds Orbital Route. The team has also been advising Westminster City Council on the development of a new University Technical College and Sunderland City Council and South Tyneside Council in connection with their joint venture, the International Advanced Manufacturing Park.

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Yorkshire and the Humber: Real estate

Commercial property: Leeds and West Yorkshire; North Yorkshire
Commercial property: Leeds and West Yorkshire; North Yorkshire - ranked: tier 1

Pinsent Masons LLP (Leeds)

Pinsent Masons LLP’s team is ‘very efficient, reliable and knowledgeable and has a commercial approach to property solutions’. Practice head Jonathan Brocklehurst has investment and development expertise. Victoria Goddard heads up the universities estates practice, which covers financing, development, procurement, rationalisation, planning, and energy matters pertaining to university campuses. Highlights included advising the University of Sussex on a 2000-bed £180m student accommodation development; Balfour Beatty will design, build and operate the project, which is financed via a listed bond on the Irish Stock Exchange. Richard Daffern, who focuses on real estate investments, is assisting Aviva investors with its £1.7bn long-income fund, the Lime Property Fund, including handling the acquisition of Newcastle Business School, which is let to Newcastle University. Other highlights include Kevin Boa advising Grainger on the £40m forward purchase of a build-to-rent development at the former Yorkshire Post site in Leeds, and legal director Stephen Glass assisting Scarborough Borough Council with the funding and development of the new Alpamare waterpark, which includes EU procurement and state aid issues. Andrew Quinlan, who is a key name for high-value development projects, and Anne Bowden, who handles PPPs for housing and regeneration work, are other names to note.

Leading individuals

Jonathan Brocklehurst - Pinsent Masons LLP

Victoria Goddard - Pinsent Masons LLP

Next generation lawyers

Stephen Glass - Pinsent Masons LLP

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Construction
Construction - ranked: tier 1

Pinsent Masons LLP (Leeds)

Pinsent Masons LLP’s sizeable team is stands out for its ‘depth of lawyers and excellent industry knowledge’. Team head Simon Plunkett is ‘very thoughtful and provides extremely well thought-out and reasoned advice’. Stacey Collins is ‘calm and quick-thinking during negotiations and strategy discussions, and is committed to helping clients achieve their objectives’, and Melanie Grimmitt has ‘the intellectual strength, drive, energy and enthusiasm to deliver large, complex projects’. The group has considerable strength handling infrastructure projects, adjudications and mediations, and advising clients in the rail, energy and transport sectors. Collins’ recent work includes advising the University of Huddersfield on numerous major construction and engineering projects, assisting Leeds City Council with a large infrastructure project involving the construction of a new road, and handling multiple projects for Hanson Group, including new builds, and work concerning regeneration, mining, demolitions, plant modifications, IT installations and emission control matters. Grimmitt advised E.ON on a battery storage procurement project, which had cross-border elements involving Italy and Germany. Other clients include Carillion, Amey, Balfour Beatty, Drax Power and Renew Holdings. Richard Anderson joined Gateley Plc.

Leading individuals

Stacey Collins - Pinsent Masons LLP

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Environment
Environment - ranked: tier 2

Pinsent Masons LLP (Leeds)

Pinsent Masons LLP’s practice is led by the ‘approachableHelen Peters, who ‘is a very competent environmental lawyer, who really understands the nuclear sector’. The team has expertise in all aspects of UK, EU and international environmental policy, and routinely handles civil disputes, regulatory compliance issues, and matters arising from serious pollution incidents. Peters, along with Paul Rice, advised NuGeneration on drafting environmental and operational permit applications for radioactive substances activity, combustion activity and waste discharge activity pertaining to its new nuclear power station in West Cumbria. Peters also assisted Himor Carrington with environmental contractual issues arising from the acquisition of a site, as well as assisting with remediation matters, water management and environmental permitting. Other clients include Drax Power, United Utilities, Hanson and Amec Foster Wheeler.

Leading individuals

Helen Peters - Pinsent Masons LLP

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Planning
Planning - ranked: tier 1

Pinsent Masons LLP (Leeds)

Pinsent Masons LLP’s team head Jonathan Riley is known for his expertise in national infrastructure planning and high-profile energy projects. Strategic planning advisor Jan Bessell has strengths in the energy and transport sectors. Senior associates Jo Miles and Nick McDonald focus on road schemes, energy generation and national infrastructure projects. Riley is advising South Tyneside Council and Sunderland City Council on the £300m promotion of a new 100 hectare international advanced manufacturing park, which involves assisting with a DCO application, advising on the land acquisition strategy and structuring the promoting corporate vehicle. He is also advising Drax Power on the promotion of the White Rose Carbon Capture and Storage power station project, including handling the main DCO application, the environmental permits, consultation processes, and negotiations with local authorities and other stakeholders. McDonald is assisting Ballymore with a major mixed-use town centre scheme at Brentford Waterside, which includes advising on a CPO indemnity agreement, land and rights required in the CPO and related matters such as stopping up and planning variations.

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Property litigation
Property litigation - ranked: tier 1

Pinsent Masons LLP (Leeds)

Pinsent Masons LLP’s practice ‘is a major force and can hold its own against anyone regionally or nationally’. The team is led by the ‘pragmatic and commercialMatthew Baker and includes ‘extremely able, conscientious and hardworking’ legal director Michael Smith. The group has a reputation for handling high-profile, high-value property investment and development disputes, and also has strengths in matters concerning right to light issues, trespassing, vacant possession, residential tenant issues and energy, utility and infrastructure disputes. Recent highlights include acting for Hanson Marine in a dispute regarding the occupation of a concrete production plant; the client is seeking urgent possession of land required to carry out the Thames Tideway Tunnel, a national infrastructure project. Smith is defending United Utilities against a substantial claim for damages brought by Manchester Ship Canal, alleging trespass concerning the client’s discharge of water and treated sewage into the canal. Baker has substantial experience acting for clients in right to light matters, recent examples of his work in this space include handling disputes for Aviva Investors relating to a proposed oversite development at Tottenham Court tube station and, separately, a development in Reading; acting for universities in disputes concerning student accommodation developments, and representing the Ecclesiastical Insurance Office in a dispute concerning the development of land adjoining its London office.

Leading individuals

Matthew Baker - Pinsent Masons LLP

Next generation lawyers

Michael Smith - Pinsent Masons LLP

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Social housing
Social housing - ranked: tier 1

Pinsent Masons LLP (Leeds)

Pinsent Masons LLP’s team provides advice ‘which combines commercial reality and a good understanding of public law with the practicalities and restriction of working in the public sector’. ‘First-class’ team head Anne Bowden provides ‘to the point, clear and helpful’ advice, has expertise in nationwide regeneration and development schemes and acts for numerous local authorities. Kate Orviss focuses on PFI housing projects. Recent highlights include advising the Borough of Wandsworth on an estate renewal scheme, which involves structuring contractual agreements with the private sector, site assembly issues, including buying residential and community assets in preparation for the regeneration, advice on CPO strategy, planning issues and technical housing law issues. Other work includes advising Westminster City Council on the development and letting agreements for University Technical College, which included assisting in negotiations with Network Rail; advising the Borough of Haringey on the creation of a borough-wide housing investment vehicle with a private sector partner; and assisting the Homes and Communities Agency with various matters including the procurement of a development matter for the regeneration of a hospital, and assisting with the provision of Builders Finance Fund grant funding for recipients of various housing-led schemes.

Leading individuals

Anne Bowden - Pinsent Masons LLP

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Yorkshire and the Humber: TMT (technology, media and telecoms)

IT and telecoms
IT and telecoms - ranked: tier 2

Pinsent Masons LLP (Leeds)

Martin Priestley and Andrew Masterson head up the non-contentious and contentious sides of Pinsent Masons LLP’s Leeds TMT practice respectively. Priestley specialises in major sourcing projects, particularly for government clients and universities, whilst Masterson handles a wide range of high-value government and private sector IT disputes. On the non-contentious side, the team has been advising the University of Sussex on its transformation project for the procurement of a new student administration and records system and associated integration services in a matter worth up to £6m. Legal director Lisa Harley has also been advising JD Wetherspoon on the development of a master IT services agreement for use with third-party resellers of software and hardware. On the contentious side, the team has been acting for an IT and outsourcing solutions company in relation to the failure of its customer to meet a year one revenue target under a service agreement.

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Intellectual property
Intellectual property - ranked: tier 2

Pinsent Masons LLP (Leeds)

Pinsent Masons LLP’s IP team is led by Louise Fullwood in Leeds, and draws upon its national network of IP specialists to advise clients across the country. One area of expertise is advising corporates and public sector bodies on the IP aspects of major projects. In an example of cross-border work, Fullwood has also been leading advice to the European Organisation for Nuclear Research (CERN) on the structuring of a tender for the establishment of a hybrid cloud platform, which involved drafting documents reflecting differences in IP laws, and has also been assisting the Department for Work and Pensions with licensing for the use of copyrighted material relating to a programme created by an American academic. She has also been advising House of Fraser on the acquisition of the ISSA fashion brand in connection with international trade marks, design and fabric archives as well as design licenses from designers. Victoria Bentley leads on contentious IP matters and has been assisting Fullwood in the renegotiation of a patent licence during preparations for the sale of Aflex Hose to Watson-Marlow Fluid Technology Group.

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