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Weightmans LLP

3 PICCADILLY PLACE, MANCHESTER, M1 3BN, ENGLAND
Tel:
Work 0161 233 7330
Fax:
Fax 0161 233 7331
DX:
743520 MANCHESTER 65
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Web:
www.weightmans.com

North West

Transport
Transport - ranked: tier 1

Weightmans LLP

The 'simply outstanding' Phil James heads the marine practice at Weightmans LLP   that regularly acts for ship owners, ports, fleet hauliers and their specialist insurers and related industry organisations. Mike Burns  is a key partner in shipping, marine insurance and commercial litigation and his 'maritime expertise is second to none'. Burns is experienced at handling high value and complex litigation in the Admiralty and Commercial Courts, as well as the Mercantile Courts and in London arbitrations. His expertise includes advising on the carriage of goods by sea, multimodal transit, freight forwarders’ liability and other areas such as subrogated recoveries. The team is representing Peel Ports in the aftermath of a major casualty in December 2017 concerning the vessel ‘V Due’ and the carriage of over-heating bulk biomass. In this matter there are multiple parties involved including vessel and charterers’ interests and related underwriters, cargo owners as well as underwriters. Oceanic Marine Management, Champion Tankers, Essar Oil UK and Isle of Man Steam Packet Company are all clients.

Leading individuals

Mike Burns - Weightmans LLP

Phil James - Weightmans LLP

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North West: Corporate and commercial

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

Weightmans LLP

Weightmans LLP’s corporate team is noted for its private M&A practice, acting for mid-sized corporates and owner-managed businesses, while the 'brilliant' commercial team has experienced growth in advising on compliance with data protection and competition regulations. Patricia Grinyerl advised Enterprise Loans East Midlands on the establishment of a sub fund to the Midlands Engine Investment Fund and Roland Hutchins advised Greif U.S. Holdings on a reorganisation of its international group structure to relocate its European hub from Belgium to England. Gary Jones acted for Cawood Scientific Group on a secondary management buyout to Inflexion. Kieran Donovan advised Alliance Fund Managers as agent for Maven Capital Partners LLP, manager of the Northern Powerhouse Investment Fund for Equity in the North West (NPIF), on the first wave of equity investments from that fund. On the commercial side, Sean Crotty advises the Motor Insurers’ Bureau on the IT aspects and data sharing arrangements between it and the DVLA in relation to the MyLicence Project and Laurence Pritchard is advising Tesco Insurance on the outsourcing of its claims operations to Ageas Retail. Managing partner John Schorah is also noted, as is Sarah Walton , who heads the team.

Leading individuals

John Schorah - Weightmans LLP

Laurence Pritchard - Weightmans LLP

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Corporate and commercial: Manchester
Corporate and commercial: Manchester - ranked: tier 3

Weightmans LLP

Weightmans LLP's 'efficient and highly commercial' department is active in transactions across the manufacturing, healthcare, higher education and public sectors, and has seen growth in activity in the IT, digital and creative sectors, with consultant Robert Turnbull advising online retailer In the Style (ITS) on its investment-backing from Livingbridge. Elsewhere, Paul Raftery advised Aspire IOM on the sale of its subsidiary Kreston IOM to listed acquirer The Financial Services Opportunities Investment Fund. Sarah Walton heads the corporate team and tax partner Haydn Rogan is also noted. Vincent King  and Martin Vincent are recommended among the commercial team, which advises on heavyweight commercial contracts for the firm’s private and public sector client base; King is leading advice for the British Transport Police on its procurement of managed network services under the Crown Commercial Service’s Managed Network Services framework.

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Corporate tax
Corporate tax - ranked: tier 2

Weightmans LLP

Weightmans LLP regularly advises on the tax aspects of corporate acquisitions and disposals, and also advises on corporate restructurings. The team also acts for developers, investors and public-sector bodies on the property tax aspects of UK real estate transactions, and advises public sector bodies on joint ventures and collaborative operations. The team advised Al-Mubarakia on the tax aspects of a proposed redevelopment of a Victorian warehouse into a mixture of residential and commercial units and advised Greif US Holdings on the UK tax aspects of a large internal group re-organisation to relocate its European hub to England from Belgium. The team also advised the shareholders of Cawood Scientific on its secondary buy-out, which involved the exercise of a number of employee share options and transfers of shares. Haydn Rogan, who is also a chartered accountant, has an ‘excellent reputation’ and is experienced in acting for owner-managed businesses and SME clients on employee incentives and corporate structuring. Rogan also advises overseas investors and international groups on restructuring matters.

Leading individuals

Haydn Rogan - Weightmans LLP

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EU competition
EU competition - ranked: tier 2

Weightmans LLP

Weightmans LLP’s EU and competition practice is noted for its expertise across the food, drink and insurance sectors, and is also noted for its experience in state aid matters. Key mandates included advising the Motor Insurers’ Bureau in ensuring that compensation resulting from terrorism incidents through the use of vehicles is compliant with competition laws and state aid rules. The team also advised John West on resale pricing issues and advised Lotus Bakeries on competition compliance laws in relation to its proposal to grant exclusive rights to a particular retailer for the sale of one of its products in the UK and Spain. Wi-Manx and Wirral Metropolitan Borough Council are also clients. In Liverpool, competition head Laurence Pritchard  advises on EU and UK competition law, including merger control and the control of anti-competitive agreements and practices. Also in Liverpool, Gary Jones specialises in state aid advice and regularly assists with grant and loan funding, regeneration projects and contract procurement. In Manchester, procurement specialist Vincent King is also recommended, as is Martin Vincent.

Leading individuals

Laurence Pritchard - Weightmans LLP

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North West: Dispute resolution

Commercial litigation: Liverpool
Commercial litigation: Liverpool - ranked: tier 2

Weightmans LLP

Weightmans LLP enjoys a ‘great reputation’ in the market, and its team 'brings great energy and skill to achieve the best outcome for clients'. The team represents large corporates, owner-managed businesses, public bodies and private individuals in commercial contract disputes, with particular expertise in IP and franchising work, as well as disputes in the manufacturing and education sectors. Clients include Elmgrove Foods, SHS International, Mazars, NWF Fuels and Southampton Solent University. Craig Blakemore  and Andrew Roberts are ‘very experienced’ and the 'brilliant' Sarah Conroy  ‘combines excellent tactical nous with brilliant client management skills’.

Leading individuals

Andrew Roberts - Weightmans LLP

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Commercial litigation: Manchester
Commercial litigation: Manchester - ranked: tier 3

Weightmans LLP

Weightmans LLP’s commercial litigation practice handles a range of contentious cases involving IP, defamation, property damage, civil fraud and reputational issues, with the public and financial services sectors key areas of focus. It represented Business Energy Solutions and BES Commercial Electricity in a £10m High Court case involving reputation management issues and represented Cardoman 116 in a £2.4m breach of warranty dispute arising from a share sale purchase agreement. It also represented Joseph Gleave & Son in the latest challenge, in a series of claims, against the Ministry of Defence seeking to set aside its procurement processes. Thomas Cook Airlines, Abbey Life Assurance Company and Capita Property and Infrastructure are also clients. Among the team, Robert Jones handles commercial contract disputes, professional negligence, shareholder, trust and probate disputes and ADR and is 'capable of identifying, at an early stage, the most realistically achievable outcome'. Regional office head Richard Corran is ‘very able’. The ‘brilliant’ Carole Spiller is noted for her experience in professional negligence cases and has a 'good grasp of the detail and technical elements of the law but as the same time brings a focussed commercial approach to the issues at hand'.   Damian Carter is experienced in high-value corporate disputes. Associates Josh Conroy, who 'gets to grips with complex matters very quickly',  Danielle Best, Jessica Kraja, who joined from DWF in 2017, and Joanne Williams  are also key members of the team.

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Debt recovery
Debt recovery - ranked: tier 1

Weightmans LLP

The ‘first-class’ team at Weightmans LLP assists clients across the banking, debt purchaser, utilities and transport sectors and is also active for clients in the public sector. The team is advising The Cabinet Office in the recovery of pension overpayments and recently advised on improvements to its entire recoveries process. Names such as Cabot Financial (UK), The Motor Insurers’ Bureau, Credit Collections UK and UK Fuels are clients. ‘Experienced’ national debt recovery head Andrew Cox is ‘fantastic’; he is ably supported by 'very professional' consultant Mark Burch, who handles secured and unsecured debt recovery matters across the public and private sectors.

Leading individuals

Andrew Cox - Weightmans LLP

Mark Burch - Weightmans LLP

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North West: Finance

Banking and finance
Banking and finance - ranked: tier 4

Weightmans LLP

Weightmans LLP is highly regarded for its experience in public sector funding mandates and highlights included providing funding advice to Blue Sky Corporate Finance in connection with the Midlands Engine Investment Fund and advising FRP Advisory on the restructuring of investments from a subfund of the European NWF Fund. The team also advised AIB Bank on the £5m financing of two hotels in the North West and acted for Progressive Living on all aspects of funding for its development of a key site at Angel Square Manchester. Liverpool-based Patricia Grinyer heads the firm’s finance team and is noted for her experience in the establishment of European Funds and advises banks and borrowers on bilateral and syndicated facilities.

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North West: Human resources

Employment
Employment - ranked: tier 1

Weightmans LLP

Weightmans LLP has a large team with a number of standout individuals, including Stuart Jones, who has particular expertise in TUPE, reorganisations and collective issues. Mark Hatfield  predominantly advises employers on all aspects of employment and discrimination law. Emlyn Williams  is a ‘strong advocate’ in both the Employment Tribunal and the Employment Appeals Tribunal. The team has considerable strength in the public and private sectors with particular expertise in social housing and the healthcare sectors. The department acts for a significant number of major registered providers in the North West and other clients include White Stuff, National Museums Liverpool, Swissport and The Ombudsman Services Limited. Steve Peacock is leading the advice to Royal Mail in the forthcoming high profile proceedings in the Supreme Court. In other major matter. Mark Leach  led the successful defence for The Bridgewater Community Healthcare NHS of 13 different claims for whistleblowing.

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Health and safety
Health and safety - ranked: tier 2

Weightmans LLP

At Weightmans LLP  the ‘excellent’ Dewi Ap-Thomas specialises in criminal and coronial work and focuses on assisting public sector organisations in post-death investigations, managing regulatory enforcement action, and in representing clients at inquests. The team acts for a broad range of clients from the public, commercial, charity and insurance sectors, including Wrexham Borough Council, ESL and Reece Balfour. Leeds-based David Lewis  is also recommended. .

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Pensions
Pensions - ranked: tier 3

Weightmans LLP

Weightmans LLP  has an ‘excellent team’ under the leadership of the ‘well-known and sensible’ Mark Poulston. Poulston has particular expertise in handling the pension aspects of corporate transactions as well as on scheme redesign and terminations. He also frequently advises on life insurance matters. Jane Marshall  is well regarded for her work where matters span employment and pension law such as public sector outsourcing and pension scheme changes. The team is advising the Equality and Human Rights Commission (a principal employer of a defined benefit occupational pension scheme) on the winding up of the scheme. Other clients include Liverpool Hope University, Pochin’s and the Football Pools.

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North West: Insurance

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

Weightmans LLP

Weightmans LLP's ‘highly regarded’ team routinely handles the most complex and high-value cases with particular expertise in handling cases where the claimant lives in another jurisdiction. Other niche areas of expertise include handling difficult organ transplant and blood donor cases. Active clients include NHS Resolution, Chesterfield Royal Hospital NHS Foundation Trust as well as Tameside and Glossop Care Integrated NHS Foundation Trust and North West Ambulance Service.  The ‘very well-respected and experienced’ Vicky Morris is one of the client partners for the NHS Litigation Authority and specialises in complex and unusual clinical negligence claims. Richard Jolly  is also highly recommended and is a nominated partner for the NHS LA. Jolly handles high-value clinical negligence claims and advises trusts on a whole range of legal issues from corporate governance, policies and procedures to human rights issues. ‘Skilled and pragmatic' consultant David Simpson  is also recommended.

Leading individuals

Vicky Morris - Weightmans LLP

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Personal injury: defendant
Personal injury: defendant - ranked: tier 2

Weightmans LLP

Weightmans LLP   has a ‘vastly knowledgeable team’. David Holt heads the large loss and technical claims practice and is the client partner for the Motor Insurer’s Bureau. Peter Wake is an ‘excellent communicator and an effective negotiator who gives clear and comprehensive advice’. Wake has considerable experience of defending abuse claims against schools, local authorities and other organisations. Roddy MacLeod  deals with employers’ and public liability claims and has particular expertise in workplace stress claims. Jim Bryant  is recommended for his work in occupational disease claims including asbestos-related diseases, asthma, HAVS and stress cases. The large team has a number of areas of expertise including handling claims in child sexual exploitation/abuse cases. It works for 16 of the top 20 insurers and numerous FTSE 100 companies, public limited companies as well as large private and public organisations. Active clients include Zurich, AIG and Markel.

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Professional negligence
Professional negligence - ranked: tier 1

Weightmans LLP

Weightmans LLP  has a number of ‘excellent’ partners such as Mike Grant , Mickaela Fox , Patrick Gaul  and James Holman . The team that has a ‘major presence in the area’ regularly deals with complex claims on behalf of blue chip law firms and novel claims against senior barristers. It has been busy defending a number of claims against arbitrators and on complex construction professional negligence claims. Key clients include Liberty, Libra, Bar Mutual Indemnity Insurance and Barbican. Highlights included acting for an arbitrator in the defence of an application to remove her from office pursuant to s24 of the Arbitration Act. This was an unusual case as these applications are rarely heard. The claimant unsuccessfully applied to remove the arbitrator citing partiality, inexperience and procedural irregularity. The firm’s client was eventually awarded costs. In another matter involving complex engineering points, the team is currently defending a firm of structural engineers that was engaged in the design of a state-of-the-art and high value ‘eco home’.

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North West: Private client

Family
Family - ranked: tier 1

Weightmans LLP

Weightmans LLP   has a ‘strong, reliable and intelligent team that looks to achieve the right result for the client’. Under the leadership of Carole Atkinson the team ‘continues to attract really good and high-value work’. Fiona Davidson  is ‘always very well prepared, very experienced and quickly grasps the key issues’. The ‘very sensible’ Emma Collins  is also ‘very able’. Associate Rachel Lim  is ‘conscientious and is always meticulously prepared’ and solicitor Matthew Taylor  is ‘excellent and thinks through cases very carefully to make very sound tactical decisions’. The group acts for high-net-worth individuals from the region and beyond and has particular expertise in pre- and post-nuptial agreements, the treatment of inherited wealth and offshore trusts. Other key specialisms include advising on cohabitation issues.

Leading individuals

Carole Atkinson - Weightmans LLP

Fiona Davidson - Weightmans LLP

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

Weightmans LLP

The team at Weightmans LLP  was strengthened by the arrival of Richard Bate from Brabners LLP; Bate, who heads the department, has a particular specialism in tax mitigation and assists business owners and those with complicated family arrangements/ asset structures on succession planning and wealth protection. He is a professional trustee of numerous family trusts and acts as an attorney for elderly clients. James Knowles is also recommended for his specialism in providing capital tax planning advice to high-net-worth individuals and entrepreneurs.

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North West: Public sector

Education
Education - ranked: tier 1

Weightmans LLP

At Weightmans LLP  Martin Vincent  and Janice Weatherly  are singled out for particular praise. The team is primarily focused on higher education and is known for its advice to universities in highly sensitive situations such as student suicides and on campus deaths. Highlights included advising the University of Cumbria on its collaboration with 12 other universities, FE colleges and employers in the North West to deliver the Cumbria Collaborative Outreach Programme, one of several regional programmes funded by the Higher Education Funding Council for England to support the most disadvantaged young people in England to progress into higher education. Other key clients include Open University, Bangor University and Greenwich University. It recently advised a major university on its plans to build a new sports centre at a substantial cost. The primary use of the building will be sports activities for students.

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Health
Health - ranked: tier 1

Weightmans LLP

Richard Jolly is the national head of healthcare advisory at Weightmans LLP . Other key members of the large team include James Rowley  who has ‘established himself as a trusted advisor to doctors in particular’. It had another busy year. The group advised a North West based NHS Foundation trust on its application for an urgent declaration for serious medical treatment in respect of a patient detained under s.3 of the Mental Health Act. The patient was pregnant and was no longer cooperating with her antenatal care. In another complex matter the team advised Central Manchester NHS Foundation Trust on a declaration that it was not in the best interest of child ‘A’ to continue receiving life-sustaining treatment as child ‘A’ had an underlying medical condition for which there is no known cure. Dewi Ap-Thomas  leads the healthcare inquest team.

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Local government
Local government - ranked: tier 2

Weightmans LLP

Simon Goacher   heads the team at Weightmans LLP  that provides full support to local authorities from advising on major regeneration projects, to equal pay disputes and child care and adult social care issues. Lee Gordon has been leading the advice to Charnwood District Council on the North East Leicester sustainable urban extension project which includes 4,500 dwellings on a 360 hectare site that will be developed over a 15 year period. North West Legal Consortium, Manchester City Council and Liverpool City Council are all clients.

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North West: Real estate

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

Weightmans LLP

Weightmans LLP is commended for its public sector expertise and the team regularly handles city centre and town centre regeneration projects. It is also active on residential projects and has particular expertise across the retail and education sectors. +Clive Bleasdale is experienced in city centre regeneration projects, leads the local government real estate group, and advised Denbighshire County Council on several real estate-related matters. Matthew Williamson advised Bibby Distribution on the sale, assignment and leaseback of a freehold and leasehold 160,000 sq ft warehouse. Christopher Grady specialises in residential development and advised a national housebuilder on its proposed purchase of a site in Chelford, Cheshire. Royal Mail Group, Bruntwood, Pure Leisure Group and Peel Holdings are also clients. National head of property operations David Tabinor is experienced in volume real estate instructions and Janice Weatherly heads the real estate education practice. Associates Thomas Starkey, who is a social housing specialist, Frank La Rocca, who heads the national plot sales team, Susan McGorian, and Jonathan McMaster, are also key figures.

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Commercial property: Manchester
Commercial property: Manchester - ranked: tier 4

Weightmans LLP

Weightmans LLP is noted for its experience in complex investment, development and regeneration matters for public and private sector clients.  The team advised Concept Property UK on an industrial investment acquisition at Gelderd Lane West in Leeds, and advised The Co-operative Group on the disposal of properties with planning consent for mixed residential and commercial uses. It also advised In The Style Fashion on a new warehouse premises to enable the relocation of its head office and acted for The Council of the Borough of Milton Keynes on the development of multiple new school provisions. Head of built environment, Karl Jackson, specialises in city centre regeneration and development matters, acting for public and private sector clients; Andrea Steventon handles property development and regeneration work, as well as investment acquisitions and disposals; and Steven Silver is experienced on multiple site acquisition and disposal projects for major retailers. In 2017, John Hyde left the firm to join TLT and Varun Maharaj moved to an in-house role.

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Construction
Construction - ranked: tier 4

Weightmans LLP

Weightmans LLP is highly commended for its ‘strong’ expertise in construction disputes, and the team is increasingly instructed on significant regional construction projects; the team is advising Ask Real Estate on the second phase of the £40m Greengate Embankment Development on the Manchester and Salford border; advised Walsall Metropolitan Borough Council on the contract documents for a highways project at Junction 10 of the M6 in the West Midlands, in partnership with Highways England; and advised Southside Regeneration on a £140m private rented sector scheme in Manchester. The team is also advising Manchester Metropolitan University on the development of an International Screen School. In Manchester, department head Colette Morgan-Ford, who joined from Pinsent Masons LLP in 2017, and David Rogers, who has a ‘wealth of experience in construction law’, handle construction disputes; John Cleaveley is instructed on contentious and non-contentious mandates; and Liverpool-based associate Tom Collins is also noted for his experience in construction disputes.

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Planning and environment
Planning and environment - ranked: tier 2

Weightmans LLP

Weightmans LLP’s planning and environment team is active across infrastructure and energy projects, with particular expertise in compulsory purchase. The retail and waste sectors are key areas of focus and he team is also noted for its experience in contentious environmental matters. Bolton Council instructed the team on the Rivington Chase development, a regeneration project of heavily contaminated brownfield land; advised Broad Environmental Services on its waste packaging, collection, transport and export operations, and on the construction of a new energy from waste facility in Wales; and acted for landowner Anglesey Aluminium Metal on the re-development of its former Aluminium works near Holyhead. Simon Colvin, who heads the environment team and is also head of the utilities sector, specialises in UK, EU and international environmental law and policy; he is 'commercial, responsive and has a good grasp of business needs and excellent knowledge of environmental law'. Planning head Lee Gordon, who splits his time across the Manchester and Leeds offices, has experience in the promotion of major residential and infrastructure projects acting on behalf of both public and private sector clients, and is experienced in compulsory purchase orders. Planning lawyer Bob Pritchard, who also splits his time between Manchester and Leeds, joined from Eversheds Sutherland (International) LLP, advises public sector clients on large and complex schemes. Consultant Ray Clarke handles planning, environment and health and safety matters; associate Julie Goulbourne defends clients subject to environmental investigations and prosecutions by the Environment Agency and other environmental regulators; and associate Gillian Hulme advises on environmental risk and liability in relation to corporate and property transactions.

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Property litigation
Property litigation - ranked: tier 3

Weightmans LLP

Weightmans LLP acts for a number of clients with significant asset portfolios on property management matters and is instructed on matters relating to the collection of rent and arrears. The team advises AS Watson Group on a range of property litigation matters in England and Wales including lease renewals and dilapidations cases. It is also advising a private property investor on a terminal dilapidations claim against the Secretary of State for Employment. Liverpool-based Sian Evans leads the social housing and real estate litigation teams, where associate John Darnell , who 'combines in-depth legal knowledge with commercial judgement and commonsense' is also based. In Manchester, associate Peter Hall is also recommended. The Co-operative Group, Royal Mail Group, Derbyshire County Council and Derbyshire Council Pension Fund are also clients.

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Social housing
Social housing - ranked: tier 2

Weightmans LLP

Weightmans LLP’s expertise spans housing management, employment, development projects and employment matters. The team is advising Open Solutions (OSUK) on housing management issues and acquisitions and dispositions, and is acting for City West Housing Trust on new leasehold premises in connection with the appointment of City West to manage Cheshire West and Cheshire Council’s housing stock in the Ellesmere Port area. The team is also advising clients such as One Vision Housing and Halton Housing Trust on its acquisition and development programme, and acted for Liverpool Mutual Homes on injunction proceedings against a tenant. Department head and property litigator Sian Evans focuses on housing management and is 'very knowledgeable and cuts through difficult matters with sound and commercial advice'. Associate Thomas Starkey heads the real estate division of the social housing practice and acts for social housing and local authority clients in development and regeneration work in addition to home ownership, landlord and tenant and securitisation matters. Also recommended are Gary Jones, who advises on corporate governance and commercial matters; Jane Marshall, who handles pensions and employment work and associates; Lee Rogers, who handles employment matters; Dei Harries  specialises in pensions work; and Tom Collins, who advises on construction matters for clients in the social housing sector.

Leading individuals

Sian Evans - Weightmans LLP

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North West: TMT (technology, media and telecoms)

IT and telecoms
IT and telecoms - ranked: tier 2

Weightmans LLP

Weightmans LLP's team is headed by Sean Crotty, who is experienced in drafting and negotiating major IT contracts in the private and public sectors. Crotty also has vast experience of the video games industry. Highlights included advising the Motor Insurers Bureau on the IT aspects and data sharing arrangements between it and the DVLA in relation to the MyLicense Project. The MyLicense Project is a major data sharing scheme between HM Government and the insurance industry designed to combat insurance fraud. The team also advised Playground Games Limited on a multi-million pound game development between it and a major global publisher in relation to a major AAA title together with the development of related DLC.

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Media and entertainment
Media and entertainment - ranked: tier 2

Weightmans LLP

At Weightmans LLP  team head Sean Crotty advises media and entertainment clients on a wide range of issues such as major video game development agreements, licensing, talent, image rights and exploitation in addition to recording agreements. His key clients include Playground Games, Novarama Technology, Side (UK), Nomad games, Secret Sorcery and the Independent Games Developers Association.

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East Midlands

Offices in Leicester

London

Offices in London EC4A, London EX3A, and London EC1M

North West

Offices in Liverpool, Manchester M2, Manchester M1, and Knutsford

Scotland

Offices in Glasgow

West Midlands

Offices in Birmingham

Yorkshire and the Humber

Offices in Leeds

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