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Addleshaw Goddard

3 SOVEREIGN SQUARE, SOVEREIGN STREET, LEEDS, LS1 4ER, ENGLAND
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Work 0113 209 2000
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Fax 0113 209 2060
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12004 LEEDS
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www.addleshawgoddard.com

Yorkshire and the Humber

Transport
Transport - ranked: tier 1

Addleshaw Goddard (Leeds)

Paul Hirst, who heads the transport department at Addleshaw Goddard, is well regarded for his rail expertise and continues to raise the firm’s profile in this sector. Hirst led the team acting for Keolis/Amey Rail in its successful bid for a £500m contract to operate and maintain the Manchester Metrolink tram network. The Leeds team counts the Department for Transport among its clients, and recently advised the government department on the new rail franchise that will combine the current InterCity West Coast services with High Speed 2 services, and assisted it with the West Midlands direct award franchise, which involved negotiating a deal for the incumbent operator to operate the franchise until 2017 and preparation for the tender process. The team can also advise clients on asset finance matters and has been negotiating supplier contracts for Hitachi Rail Europe Limited with rail component manufacturers globally. Sara Gilmore has been advising Metroline on its bid for the London Overground concession. Other clients of the firm’s transport team, which works alongside the transport team in the London office, include British Airways, Associated British Ports, Network Rail and HS1 Limited.

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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

Addleshaw Goddard (Leeds)

Addleshaw Goddard’s practice regularly handles blockbuster deals in the region, and is best known for its private equity expertise and its high-profile financial services clients. Yunus Seedat leads the team and focuses on private equity transactions; he is closely supported by Garry Elliott and Neil Woolhouse, who are experienced in handling M&A transactions for private and public companies. M&A specialists Mark Hallam and Tim Wheldon are also noted. Rosanna Bryant’s practice sits in the cross-section of finance and corporate work, while managing associate James Tatro handles a variety of work including M&A, disposals, joint ventures and private equity in the retail sector. Recent highlights include handling Lenlyn’s £196m disposal of its international currency exchange business, ICE, to Global Fortune 500 company, China’s HNA Group; advising NorthEdge Capital and the management of Sumo Digital on the £50m sale of Sumo Digital to Perwyn, which included handling cross-border issues involving India; and assisting the management of Shearings Group with the sale of its business to funds managed by Lone Star Funds.

Leading individuals

Yunus Seedat - Addleshaw Goddard

Next generation lawyers

James Tatro - Addleshaw Goddard

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Corporate tax
Corporate tax - ranked: tier 1

Addleshaw Goddard (Leeds)

Addleshaw Goddard’s team ‘makes great use of technology, bringing significant savings and time efficiencies’. It has a blue-chip client base and a reputation for advising FTSE 100 companies and providing private equity structuring advice. Manchester-based Michael Hunter, who is the key partner, has a broad range of expertise covering VAT and indirect taxes, restructuring, fund establishments, tax disputes and acquisition finance, among other strengths. Hunter advised WSP Global on the tax aspects of the £75m acquisition of an international, infrastructure engineering and environment consultancy business, Mouchel, from Kier. He also handled a pre-sale reorganisation process for Lenlyn to transfer its ATM business out of its banking division into the international currency exchange division, ICE, which it then disposed of for £196m to China-based HNA Group. National group head Justine Delroy, who is also based in Manchester, is ‘a very safe pair of hands, and instils a high level of confidence with her advice’; she handles commercial tax issues for clients including Standard Life, The Co-operative Group, National Grid, Bruntwood, LDC and Sainsbury’s. Delroy recently assisted NorthEdge, and the management of Sumo Digital, with the tax aspects of the £50m sale of Sumo Digital to Perwyn, and also handled the £112m sale of Go Outdoors to JD Sports. Other clients include Müller, Skipton Building Society, Equitix and Shepherd Building Group.

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EU and competition
EU and competition - ranked: tier 2

Addleshaw Goddard (Leeds)

Addleshaw Goddard’s advice is ‘excellent value for money’. The practice has significant expertise in high-profile merger control matters, competition litigation, antitrust inquiries, market investigations and state aid proceedings, and advises clients from the financial services, retail, public and regulated utility sectors. London-based Bruce Kilpatrick is the national group head and is supported by Rona Bar-Isaac and Mark Molyneaux. Leeds-based associate Clare Walker ‘is very efficient and responsive, has excellent project management skills and provides commercially sound and practical advice’. The team recently advised Andrew Page on the merger control aspects of the sale of the majority of its car parts business to LKQ, and acted for Manchester Airports Group in a price fixing arrangement investigation conducted by the Civil Aviation Authority, which included a leniency application against a £12.5m proposed fine.

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Yorkshire and the Humber: Dispute resolution

Banking litigation
Banking litigation - ranked: tier 1

Addleshaw Goddard (Leeds)

Addleshaw Goddard’s three-partner practice is led by Sally Butt, and includes Ben Lowans and the ‘invaluableIan Hastings. The team specialises in racial discrimination claims arising from sanction breaches, investment fraud and the mis-selling of interest rate hedging products. It also has niche expertise in aviation and marine leasing, aircraft engine ownership disputes, asset recovery and admiralty proceedings. Hastings successfully defended a £2.5m breach of contract claim brought by a customer of Clydesdale Bank for alleged failure to arrange a valid life insurance policy. Lowans handled an aircraft leasing dispute for Lombard North Central, involving the return of a Cessna Citation aircraft and its sale by the client, and the subsequent claim by the borrower for the shortfall due under the lease agreement. Butt successfully represented a bank in a dispute pertaining to a personal guarantee, where the debtor counterclaimed for negligence based on alleged breaches of the lending code. The team also advised a financial institution on its proposal to increase the interest rate applicable to its buy-to-let mortgage portfolio for borrowers holding multiples of the product. Barclays, HSBC, Shawbrook Bank, West Bromwich Building Society, Yorkshire Building Society and Santander are also clients.

Leading individuals

Ian Hastings - Addleshaw Goddard

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

Addleshaw Goddard (Leeds)

Addleshaw Goddard has one of ‘the most highly regarded’ teams in Leeds, shown ‘impressive growth’ over the past couple of years. Litigation and financial services head Sally Emerton ‘calmly runs a very professional but friendly department’; commercial litigation head Bill Gilliam is ‘immensely liked and respected across Yorkshire businesses, his common sense and straight-talking analysis of any situation is first class’; and international arbitration head Simon Kamstra is praised for his ‘astute approach to heavy litigation’. Kamstra represented an Indian iron ore mining company in a claim arising from the termination of a long-term contract for the supply of iron ore to a UAE-based company, and in a separate matter representing a petroleum company in an application to the Commercial Court to set aside an arbitration award on jurisdictional grounds. Gilliam is defending Diageo against a claim by SAP for an alleged breach of contract and potential copyright infringement concerning software licensing fees amounting to circa £55m. Managing associate Louise Dobson, who is ‘very hard working’, has specialist knowledge of the health and pharmaceutical sectors.

Leading individuals

Bill Gilliam - Addleshaw Goddard

Simon Kamstra - Addleshaw Goddard

Next generation lawyers

Louise Dobson - Addleshaw Goddard

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Yorkshire and the Humber: Finance

Banking and finance
Banking and finance - ranked: tier 2

Addleshaw Goddard (Leeds)

Addleshaw Goddard’s practice is known for its strengths in debt portfolio acquisitions, unitranche transactions and corporate banking issues. The team is advising HSBC as lender to Adare Group on a cross-border matter involving Ireland; assisted a consortium of banks on the restructuring of loans to the Network Housing Group (now Network Homes); and is advising RBS, Santander, Barclays, Dexia and Lloyds on the refinancing of £303m in loans and associated ISDA documentation concerning the rationalisation of Together Housing Group, which involves the merger of four former standalone housing associations into a new registered provider. Leveraged finance expert David Handyan undoubtable heavyweight’ in the local market. Ruth Snell retired. Rosalind Mason is now a consultant. Karen Sewell moved in-house with WSP and Chris Drabble joined Devonshires Solicitors LLP.

Leading individuals

David Handy - Addleshaw Goddard

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

Addleshaw Goddard (Leeds)

Addleshaw Goddard’s team is known for its strengths in acting on the corporate side of distressed situations, representing turnaround investors on transactions and non-contentious restructuring and insolvency matters. Recent highlights include advising Andrew Page, as the distressed party, and PwC, as the administrator, on the £16m sale of the majority of the business to Euro Car Parts. Andy Bates advised BDO on the £1.5m sale of the business and assets of GB Energy Supply, and also assisted Endless with its acquisition of Dutch manufacturer Brabant Alucast group. Graham Briggs and managing associates Jonathan Jackson and Emma Collins are also noted; Jackson has a broad based practice with a bank and insolvency practitioner focus and Collins handles large corporate transactions, particularly accelerated M&A and prepack insolvency sales. Richard Smith joined Shoosmiths LLP and Andrew Smith moved in-house.

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Yorkshire and the Humber: Human resources

Employment: Hull and East Yorkshire
Next generation lawyers (region-wide)

Gerri Elliott - Addleshaw Goddard

Sally Hulston - Addleshaw Goddard

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

Addleshaw Goddard (Leeds)

According to some clients, Addleshaw Goddard’s Leeds employment practice is ‘without doubt top tier in the region’. The practice is now headed by Sally Hulston following the departure of former practice head Emma Whiting, who established York-based employment boutique Torque Law LLP. Hulston, who was promoted to partner in May 2016, handles local and national employment law matters, with a particular focus on employment litigation. She leads a team of five other lawyers in Leeds, including associates Andy Graham, who joined in September 2016 from Nabarro LLP, and Emma Cousins, who joined in April 2016. Rounding out the team is managing associate Gerri Elliott, who is ‘an absolute joy to work with; her attention to client needs makes her extremely popular’. The practice has a track record advising key regional employers and – in keeping with its national and international footprint – FTSE100 and FTSE250 businesses on the full range of employment matters, from handling the employment aspects of corporate transactions, through to advising on redundancy exercises, assisting with executive terminations and recruitment, and acting in employment tribunals. In 2016, the firm was appointed to FTSE250 company Dixons Carphone Group’s first post-merger legal panel, advising on TUPE outsourcing and other HR matters. On the contentious employment front, the firm is acting for NHS Improvement in a multi-strand discrimination case brought by a senior employee concerning allegations of race, sex and disability discrimination. Other highlights included advising Castle Metals Europe on several rounds of redundancy exercises and on changes to the client’s bonus scheme in UK and Europe; and assisting the founders of ZyroFisher with its sale to Lloyds Development Capital, which involved the termination of the founders’ employment contracts and their entry into new fixed-term employment arrangements to enable them to continue to participate as board members.

Next generation lawyers (region-wide)

Gerri Elliott - Addleshaw Goddard

Sally Hulston - Addleshaw Goddard

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Employment: Sheffield and South Yorkshire
Next generation lawyers (region-wide)

Gerri Elliott - Addleshaw Goddard

Sally Hulston - Addleshaw Goddard

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Health and safety
Health and safety - ranked: tier 2

Addleshaw Goddard (Leeds)

Erin Shoesmith leads the team at Addleshaw Goddard, which attracts praise for its ‘excellent technical knowledge, pragmatic advice and ability to maintain a high level of service while dealing with fast-moving matters’. According to some, Shoesmith is ‘in the very front rank; her legal skill ensures she has the best possible understanding of the case, enabling her to devise practical solutions’. The firm is regularly called on by international clients to handle HSE investigations and prosecutions; key mandates included defending Advanced Metallurgical Group in an HSE prosecution concerning serious injuries sustained by an employee of the client in a crushing plant, and acting for Asset International in an HSE prosecution arising from a series of reports of employees suffering from hand-arm vibration syndrome, which was one of the first prosecutions under new sentencing guidelines introduced on 1 February 2016.

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Pensions
Pensions - ranked: tier 1

Addleshaw Goddard (Leeds)

Addleshaw Goddard fields a pensions team that is ‘technically very strong, whose detailed knowledge of a very tricky area is extremely reassuring; advice is technically detailed but also business focused and delivered speedily’. Under the leadership of Rachel Rawnsley, who is ‘clearly an industry expert; she handles complex issues very well and helps clients work through often tricky matters expertly’, the practice is particularly noted for its sector expertise in relation to education, retail and consumer, manufacturing, financial services, and energy and utilities, as well as for its ability to handle a wide range of pension scheme matters, including advice on SIPPs and SSAS products, pensions litigation, independent trustee matters and professional services partnerships. Rawnsley and Jonathan Stewart acted for a pension scheme in relation to its parent company’s takeover by a Chinese investment company, which involved assessing the company covenants. In other highlights, Jade Murray advised the trustees of the £2bn Asda Group pension scheme on funding negotiations with Walmart following a change in capital allocation policy by Asda Stores; and Rachel Uttley advised the trustees of the Ibstock pension scheme on the proposed closure of the scheme to future accrual. Susan Garrett leads on pensions disputes.

Leading individuals

Rachel Rawnsley - Addleshaw Goddard

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Yorkshire and the Humber: Insurance

Professional negligence: claimant
Professional negligence: claimant - ranked: tier 1

Addleshaw Goddard (Leeds)

Addleshaw Goddard fields a team that is ‘in the first rank of professional negligence practitioners; the team’s institutional experience enables it to tailor its services to clients’ expectations, management style and budget.’ In addition to heading the firm’s litigation practice in the North, Sally Emerton heads the professional negligence team and has a substantial track record acting for banks and building societies in disputes against solicitors, valuers and other professionals. In keeping with the firm’s prominent reputation for banking litigation, the professional negligence practice is particularly active in lender claimant professional work, for which it appears on the panels of a number of major banks and building societies. Other key figures include Ben Lowans, who handles investment negligence cases on behalf of high-net-worth individuals, in addition to acting for lenders in high-value disputes; Bill Gilliam, who acts for commercial clients; Joe Wilkinson, whose construction litigation expertise makes him a natural choice for professional negligence cases in that area; and managing associate Lee O’Sullivan, who attracts praise for his ‘redoubtable defence of valuer claims’.

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Yorkshire and the Humber: Private client

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

Addleshaw Goddard (Leeds)

Addleshaw Goddard fields a multi-disciplinary charities team led by Pervinder Kaur, who has an extensive track record advising on the formation of charitable entities, trustees’ duties, and fundraising activities. She is assisted in Leeds by fellow partner Yorke Eaton, who advises charities on property transactions, restructurings and governance and trustee issues, and managing associate Charlotte Smart, who advises on the formation and incorporation of charities for individuals as well as institutional clients. Clients include Bedingfield’s Trust, the National Coal Mining Museum and Yorkshire Sculpture Park.

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

Addleshaw Goddard (Leeds)

As ‘one of the leading firms in the region’, Addleshaw Goddard provides ‘a first-class service’ that is ‘comprehensive and professional while being commercially driven and delivered in a manner that is sensitive to each particular circumstance’. Practice head Pervinder Kauris an excellent lawyer who possesses exceptional legal abilities allied with sensible and practical thinking’; she focuses on assisting high-net-worth individuals and family trusts. Other noteworthy practitioners include Yorke Eaton, who ‘is a safe pair of hands for any private client’ and is recommended for trust issues, particularly those regarding trustee duties and liabilities; consultant Paul Howell, who specialises in high-value capital tax planning and trust mandates; and managing associate Charlotte Smart, who demonstrates ‘professionalism and empathy in equal measure’.

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

Energy
Energy - ranked: tier 1

Addleshaw Goddard (Leeds)

Addleshaw Goddard’s team ‘has strong industry knowledge, provides full and considered advice and is always on hand to help with any task’; it is particularly recommended for its utilities offering and ‘fantastic’ team of associates. ‘Pragmatic’ team head Richard Goodfellowis exactly what a client needs from a partner in a complex transaction, and is always on hand to help’; he is assisting Scotia Gas Networks with the financing and construction of a gas network across Northern Ireland. Energy infrastructure and regulation expert Paul Dight and utilities specialist David Shaw are advising Airport City on the utilities arrangements for electricity and gas for Manchester Airport’s transformation program. Other highlights for the team include advising National Grid on framework and call-off arrangements for data hosting with the Cabinet Office and Crown Hosting Data Centres, as well as advising on a lease agreement to ensure the client’s presence on the site for up to 20 years. John Emerton, who focuses on contentious matters, engineering specialist James Reynolds, PPP expert Andrew Pettinger, and senior associate Alex Clayton, who ‘is extremely sharp, quick to understand issues and explains solutions clearly and succinctly’ are the other names to note.

Leading individuals

Richard Goodfellow - Addleshaw Goddard

Next generation lawyers

Alex Clayton - Addleshaw Goddard

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Yorkshire and the Humber: Public sector

Education
Education - ranked: tier 2

Addleshaw Goddard (Leeds)

Manchester-based partners Nancy McGuire and Michael O’Connor lead the Yorkshire education practice at Addleshaw Goddard, which is particularly strong in real estate, construction and employment matters. The team advises university clients on estate management and new site acquisitions, and has assisted local authorities with drafting subcontracts and warranties, and the review of appointments for the provision of various school buildings. The multi-disciplinary education team also advises clients on employment issues such as dismissals, discrimination claims, TUPE matters and whistleblowing.

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Local government
Local government - ranked: tier 1

Addleshaw Goddard (Leeds)

Addleshaw Goddard’s local government practice is recommended for its ‘high degree of knowledge and great insight, which helps to ensure local authorities achieve their objectives’. Leeds-based Andrew Pettinger co-heads the practice with Manchester partner Michael O’Connor. Recent highlights include work for Leeds City Council in relation to the promotion, procurement and structuring of a district heating scheme, for Stoke City Council regarding the proposed variation and refinancing of its PFI street lighting scheme, and for Tameside Metropolitan Borough Council on drafting and negotiating an outsourcing contract regarding catering for over 80 primary schools in the borough. The team has also been advising local councils on procurement matters, PPPs and retail unit acquisitions.

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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

Addleshaw Goddard (Leeds)

Addleshaw Goddard’s ‘excellent’ practice is ‘at the top of the list in this region and very high on the list nationally’, and clients appreciate ‘the way the team acts as in-house support rather than external consultants’. Bruce Lightbody leads the practice, which includes Lucy Sturrock, who ‘combines true legal expertise with a sound understanding of the commercial elements of a deal, she is pro-active and always available for support’; Ian Smith, who advises institutional investors on high-value purchases; Andrew Williamson, who provides ‘excellent support’; and Anna Heaton, who has expertise in development funding, joint venture and corporate real estate deals. Notable highlights include advising the National Grid on the property business separation aspects for the sale of over 10,000 properties; advising British Land on the £60m refurbishment of Meadowhall shopping centre in Sheffield and a related £300m redevelopment project; and advising on various residential development matters for a national infrastructure company. It also handled various matters for Standard Life, including assisting with the refinancing of all assets held by Standard Life Investments Property Holdings, advising on the merger of the Standard Life Investments UK Property Fund with the Standard Life Investments Ignis UK Property Fund, assisting with five post-Brexit disposals for the Standard Life Investments UK Real Estate Fund with an aggregate value in excess of £115m, and advising on the £69m disposal of a shopping centre in Birmingham.

Leading individuals

Lucy Sturrock - Addleshaw Goddard

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Construction
Construction - ranked: tier 1

Addleshaw Goddard (Leeds)

Addleshaw Goddard’s team is ‘excellent in every way, and can be relied on for fast, accurate and solid advice’. The group has notable strength in work concerning process engineering, as well as advising utilities companies and national developers, including SSE and the National Grid. David Shaw, who is a specialist in utilities, energy and infrastructure projects, is advising on various projects for United Utilities, including assisting with a Cumbrian water pipeline and the construction of new wastewater treatment facilities, and is handling various projects for HS1, including advising on Transport for London’s proposed extension of the Barking Overground line, and redoing HS1s precedent protective provisions agreement. James Reynolds has expertise in large infrastructure projects and renewables and is advising the joint Houses of Parliament on the restoration of the Palace of Westminster. John Emerton, who provides ‘good strategic counsel’, is representing Yorkshire Water in an adjudication brought by one of its partners. Joe Wilkinson has ‘a knack of seeing a position from the opponents view point’ and managing associate Ally MacKenzie is ‘one to watch’.

Leading individuals

James Reynolds - Addleshaw Goddard

Next generation lawyers

Ally MacKenzie - Addleshaw Goddard

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Property litigation
Property litigation - ranked: tier 1

Addleshaw Goddard (Leeds)

Addleshaw Goddard’s practice is ‘knowledgeable, attentive, provides reasonable value for money, and gives sensible and practical advice’. ‘Impressive’ team head Julie Middlemass has strengths in breach of contract claims, dilapidations, break notice disputes, forfeiture and contested lease renewals. Associate Elizabeth Cape advises on landlord and tenant matters, service charge issues, rights of way and rights of light disputes and tenant insolvencies. Recent highlights include representing a family-owned property development group in a dispute regarding the operation of a tenant’s break option at a substantial premises in Sheffield, and acting for a joint venture property developer in a dispute before the Property Chamber First Tier Tribunal following an application by the leaseholder and management company regarding service charges. Richard Symonds joined Shoosmiths LLP.

Next generation lawyers

Elizabeth Cape - Addleshaw Goddard

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Social housing
Social housing - ranked: tier 3

Addleshaw Goddard (Leeds)

Addleshaw Goddard’s key contact is Lee Shankland following Ruth Snell’s retirement. Shankland is ‘always ready to roll up his sleeves and pitch in’, and focuses on social housing finance matters; he also advises major lenders and stakeholders including the Council of Mortgage Lenders, the Homes and Communities Agency and the Department for Local Government and Communities.

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

IT and telecoms
IT and telecoms - ranked: tier 1

Addleshaw Goddard (Leeds)

Michael Lowry heads Addleshaw Goddard’s Leeds commercial IT team and specialises in large-scale IT procurement, outsourcings and software-as-a-service (SaaS) arrangements, acting for major corporates such as Jet2.com, Morrisons and Arriva. For one client, he is ‘by far and away the best IT lawyer across the UK’. Lowry is assisted by commercial litigation partner Bill Gilliam on the contentious side, who is ‘straight talking’ and has acted for Diageo plc defending a claim by SAP (UK) Limited for alleged breach of contract and potential copyright infringement concerning additional software licensing fees amounting to around £55m. Recently promoted Simon Lofthouse acts for a number of private sector clients, such as Celesio, Bupa, Carphone Warehouse and 2sisters group, on major IT and IT-enabled projects. For Carphone Warehouse Limited, the team has been advising on its arrangements to implement a new consumer product with finance provider ThinkSmart, which allows customers to lease mobile phones rather than purchase them outright. Associate Ryan Gracey joined from 3volution Limited.

Leading individuals

Michael Lowry - Addleshaw Goddard

Next generation lawyers

Ryan Gracey - Addleshaw Goddard

Simon Lofthouse - Addleshaw Goddard

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Intellectual property
Intellectual property - ranked: tier 2

Addleshaw Goddard (Leeds)

Recently promoted Georgina Powling heads up the Leeds IP offering at Addleshaw Goddard, which is described as ‘good if not big’ by one client. Powling is ‘efficient, commercial, very astute and bright’ and acts for major blue-chip and FTSE-listed companies such as Saga, for which she has been advising on a range of IP issues, including software license terms and trade mark portfolios. The team is recommended for its ‘good turnaround times and excellent availability’ and has recently been assisting Travelodge plc in relation to its image rights library and database by drafting agreements for contributors and users. Other active clients include SSE Contracting Limited, Diageo plc and British American Tobacco Sweden Holding AB. Associate Ryan Gracey joined from 3volution Limited.

Next generation lawyers

Georgina Powling - Addleshaw Goddard

Ryan Gracey - Addleshaw Goddard

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