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Browne Jacobson LLP

MOWBRAY HOUSE, CASTLE MEADOW ROAD, NOTTINGHAM, NG2 1BJ, ENGLAND
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Work 0115 976 6000
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Fax 0115 947 5246
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718130 NOTTINGHAM-27
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www.brownejacobson.com

East Midlands

Transport
Transport - ranked: tier 2

Browne Jacobson LLP (Nottingham)

The group at Browne Jacobson LLP handles commercial work such as warehousing and distribution agreements as well as criminal cases, regulatory work and insurance claims. Although the team’s niche area of focus is acting for retail clients, it has a diverse client base, including Loomis UK, Downton Haulage, Deltec Intenrational Courier, Arla Foods and Interlink Express Parcels. Associate Claire Burns specialises in real estate and handles acquisitions, sales and management of warehouse properties. Burns recently advised a major retailer and a logistics company on developing distribution warehouse centres in the UK. Caroline Green leads the team from the London office.

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East Midlands: Corporate and commercial

Corporate and commercial: Elsewhere in the East Midlands
Leading individuals (region-wide)

Gavin Cummings - Browne Jacobson LLP

Nigel Blackwell - Browne Jacobson LLP

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Corporate and commercial: Nottingham and Derby
Corporate and commercial: Nottingham and Derby - ranked: tier 1

Browne Jacobson LLP (Nottingham)

Browne Jacobson LLP’s β€˜outstanding’ team advises international corporates on restructurings, sales and acquisitions, and management buyouts. The firm also has an impressive private equity practice, which assists private equity houses with acquisition funding. The β€˜very experienced, unflappable and pragmatic’ Nigel Blackwell has a β€˜commercial approach focused on reaching a sensible conclusion for all parties involved’ and is β€˜not interested in point-scoring against other lawyers’. Also recommended is Oliver Pritchard, who assisted PCT Healthcare with its Β£80m acquisition of WR Evans, including handling business transfers, a demerger and regulatory aspects of transferring part of the business to one of the sellers. In other work highlights, Richard Cox advised the shareholders of Beacham Whitehead on the Β£9.8m equity investment by Livingbridge, and Gavin Cummings assisted the founder of Joules with the company’s Β£140m listing on the Alternative Investment Market (AIM) and its working capital facilities with Barclays; this mandate included corporate due diligence on Joules’ overseas subsidiaries and advising on the pre-listing reorganisation. Richard Medd acted for longstanding client Lloyds Development Capital on the Β£10m growth capital investment in Icon Polymer Group; Helena Wootton assisted the Nottingham Building Society with the review of its contract portfolio; while Paula Dumbill advised A Jones & Sons on redrafting its trade terms and conditions and related policies.

Leading individuals (region-wide)

Gavin Cummings - Browne Jacobson LLP

Nigel Blackwell - Browne Jacobson LLP

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East Midlands: Dispute resolution

Commercial litigation: Elsewhere in the East Midlands
Leading individuals (region-wide)

Dominic Offord - Browne Jacobson LLP

Jonathan Tardif - Browne Jacobson LLP

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Commercial litigation: Nottingham and Derby
Commercial litigation: Nottingham and Derby - ranked: tier 1

Browne Jacobson LLP (Nottingham)

The β€˜first-class’ team at Browne Jacobson LLP handles international commercial disputes, contractual breaches involving national businesses and contentious trust work. The team, which β€˜punches way above its weight’, has experience across multiple sectors such as retail, finance, technology and utilities. The β€˜utterly unflappable’ Jonathan Tardif has ’consummate client skills, an excellent legal brain and a keen ability to assess tactics and strategy’, and Dominic Offord also β€˜deals brilliantly with clients and remains composed in the face of extreme pressure’. Offord advised the US trustee of the consolidated Securities Investor Protection Act liquidation of Bernard Madoff and Bernard Madoff Investment Securities on an action before the Privy Council determining enforcement of a foreign judgment in Gibraltar. In another highlight, the team, which β€˜exudes quiet confidence’, is providing ongoing assistance to joint administrators of a contentious Β£50m solvent estate pursuant to a bespoke court order. It also acted for Time Products UK in a High Court claim against Franck Muller for payment of Β£5.3m invoices following the conclusion of the exclusive UK distribution agreement; the matter included securing enforcement of the judgment in Switzerland. Clients also include Vision Express, British Gas, NHS England, John Pye & Sons and Prominent Europe.

Leading individuals (region-wide)

Dominic Offord - Browne Jacobson LLP

Jonathan Tardif - Browne Jacobson LLP

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East Midlands: Finance

Banking and finance
Banking and finance - ranked: tier 1

Browne Jacobson LLP (Nottingham)

Browne Jacobson LLP’s β€˜attentive’ team handles LMA syndicated facilities and international transactions in healthcare, social housing and residential property sectors, among other matters. Emma Hinton, who splits her time between Nottingham and Birmingham, led a team advising Clydesdale Bank on providing a Β£10.5m revolving credit facility – based on a bilateralised LMA agreement – to Horizon Care & Education. Together with Paul Ray, who is β€˜exceptionally helpful in complex situations’, Hinton assisted Local Space Housing Association with its Β£250m funding needed to refinance existing facilities and to acquire 800 new homes. Ray also acted for the Fogarty Group on raising Β£9.9m of funding from Close Brothers and assisted RBS with the provision of an Β£8.2m loan for the acquisition of three hotels to Fico Corporation and Singha Estate. Shaun McCabe rejoined the team from Shoosmiths LLP. HSBC, Business Growth Fund and HCAI are also clients.

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Insolvency and corporate recovery
Insolvency and corporate recovery - ranked: tier 1

Browne Jacobson LLP (Nottingham)

Browne Jacobson LLP’s β€˜market-leading’ team provides β€˜exceptional’ level of service through its β€˜excellent and readily available’ solicitors. With expertise in contentious insolvency fraud-related matters, the group acts for local authorities, household names and NHS trusts. On the non-contentious side, it supports company directors with pre-insolvency advice and company voluntary arrangements. On the contentious side, Dominic Offord, who brings β€˜confidence-inspiring supervision, control, direction and client care’ to the case, is defending directors of a company in liquidation in proceedings brought by the government and pertaining to unauthorised withdrawal of funds by its former joint venture partner. The team is also acting for Irving Picard – the US Trustee of the consolidated SIPA liquidation of Bernard Madoff and Bernard Madoff Investment Securities – in a High Court insolvency case and international investigation involving individuals and corporations connected to feeder funds in the Madoff Ponzi scheme. PwC, KPMG, Deloitte, BDO and Mazars are also clients.

Leading individuals

Dominic Offord - Browne Jacobson LLP

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East Midlands: Human resources

Employment
Employment - ranked: tier 2

Browne Jacobson LLP (Nottingham)

Browne Jacobson LLP advises employers in the public and private sector on a range of matters; its client base includes Oclaro, Bureau Veritas UK, East Midlands Ambulance NHS Trust, TT Electronics and Transalliance. The department boasts a designated service for employment advice in the education sector and continues to assist over 300 schools and academies with contentious and non-contentious work. Practice head Peter Jones leads a team handling employment practices liability insurance claims covered by Hiscox for its policy holders. Recent work also includes defending a public sector institution in an employment tribunal case alleging unfair dismissal, disability discrimination and failure to make reasonable adjustments, and advising a local authority on employment aspects of a proposed reorganisation.

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Health and safety
Health and safety - ranked: tier 1

Browne Jacobson LLP (Nottingham)

Browne Jacobson LLP largely acts for public bodies, such as local authorities and health trusts, but also advises private companies. The department occupies a prominent place in the contentious sphere, handling sensitive inquests, corporate manslaughter investigations and matters arising from fatal and non-fatal accidents on industrial premises, construction sites, farms and other workplaces. On the non-contentious side, the team advises clients on risk management strategy and compliance, including cases involving asbestos, pyrotechnics and biological risks. Practice head Andrew Hopkin, together with the β€˜very knowledgeable’ Carl May-Smith and β€˜attentive and thorough’ barrister Laura Hackney, acted for the Derbyshire Fire and Rescue Service in a prosecution brought against Brookholme Croft for fire safety offences and the death of a care home resident in a fire. In other work, Nottinghamshire & City of Nottingham Fire Authority instructed the group in a prosecution against Gia Kamali for fire safety offences; the firm handled the investigation through to the trial. The team also assisted Chesterfield Borough Council with the prosecution of St Helen’s Public House and its director for various health and safety offences following a death of a customer. Stephanie McGarry is also recommended.

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Immigration
Immigration - ranked: tier 2

Browne Jacobson LLP (Nottingham)

Browne Jacobson LLP is recommended for a range of employment-related immigration matters. On the contentious side, the group represents applicants against allegations of illegal working filed by the Home Office. It is also advising a large transport company on TUPE matters related to migrant workers, assisting a major retailer with a cross-border employee transfer, handling a Tier 2 licence application for a start-up company and supporting a client in a number of notifications from the Home Office alleging illegal working. β€˜Very knowledgeable’ practice head Helen Taylor β€˜understands commercial reality well’. Associate Hayley Gilbert joined Shoosmiths LLP.

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East Midlands: Insurance

Personal injury and clinical negligence: defendant
Personal injury and clinical negligence: defendant - ranked: tier 1

Browne Jacobson LLP (Nottingham)

Browne Jacobson LLP is β€˜head and shoulders above competitors’, providing support β€˜beyond standard claims litigation’ to NHS Resolution and the Medical Protection Society as well as private insurers. The β€˜well-organised and knowledgeable’ team, which β€˜fights the client’s corner hard’, is renowned for its expertise in complex claims of maximum severity, including child abuse and birth injury. Clinical negligence practice head Lorna Hardman led a team defending the NHS trust against a claim for the extension of a duty of care owed to the family of two patients suffering from ALD. Ian Long, who β€˜always provides a balanced view on a situation and quickly gets issues resolved’, successfully represented the Yorkshire Ambulance Service NHS Trust and Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust in a severe birth injury case. Susan Mabbott leads the personal injury team which handles cases ranging from child abuse to employer liability claims. The β€˜very experienced and knowledgeable’ Nick Parsons and associate Ceri-Sian Williams, who is β€˜tenacious with opponents and popular with clients’, are representing the defendants in Armes v Nottinghamshire County Council in the Supreme Court. James Fawcett assisted clients with employer and public liability claims; Sarah Erwin-Jones defended an insurer against allegations of abuse by a local authority employee; and Simon Tait, Tom Armstrong and β€˜first-class lawyer’ Susie Roome are also recommended. Associate Leah Jones is β€˜a safe pair of hands, who adopts a common sense approach and gets the job done’. Clients also include Municipal Mutual Insurance, Insurance London Consortium and Nottingham City Council.

Leading individuals

Nick Parsons - Browne Jacobson LLP

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Professional negligence
Professional negligence - ranked: tier 1

Browne Jacobson LLP (Nottingham)

The β€˜pre-eminent’ practice at Browne Jacobson LLP provides a β€˜tailor-made’ service and β€˜very strong’ level of industry knowledge, particularly on complex high-value policy issues, acting for financial institutions, corporates and insurers. Jonathan Newbold has an β€˜exceptional understanding of complex policy coverage issues’ and β€˜adopts a clear strategy that he follows rigorously’. Newbold defended an excess layer insurer in a professional negligence coverage dispute and Nik Carle represented a surveyor in a claim pertaining to allegedly negligent property valuation. Marlene Henderson, who is β€˜incredibly calm under pressure, and handles difficult cases, clients and opponents with aplomb’, is acting for an insured on a policy coverage dispute in the real estate sector. Hiscox, Solicitors Assigned Risks Pool, Bar Mutual Indemnity Fund and Liberty Mutual are clients.

Leading individuals

Jonathan Newbold - Browne Jacobson LLP

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East Midlands: Private client

Agriculture and estates
Agriculture and estates - ranked: tier 2

Browne Jacobson LLP (Nottingham)

Browne Jacobson LLP’s team adopts a β€˜straightforward and common-sense’ approach while being β€˜experienced in the field and providing focused advice in a timely manner’. Its clients include public and regulatory bodies. A team led by Richard Barlow acted for the Welsh government in the appeal related to a remediation notice commanding a landowner to revert the land to a semi-natural state. Highlights also included advising a public sector client on the acquisition of agricultural land, assisting a group of landowners with a joint option and promotion agreement, and handling several ownership transfers of agricultural property. William Colacicchi and property specialist Robert Wofinden lead the practice.

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Charities and not-for-profit
Charities and not-for-profit - ranked: tier 1

Browne Jacobson LLP (Nottingham)

Browne Jacobson LLP’s β€˜highly professional’ team acts for clients such as charitable trusts associated with the public sector, faith charities, education institutions, almshouse charities and Roman Catholic Dioceses. The group also assists companies and organisations with establishing charities in the private sector as well as handling the creation of new charities, restructuring governance arrangements, commercial property transactions and other ongoing operational matters. William Colacicchi advised a company on the property aspects of its conversion to charitable status, assisted a charitable trust with real estate ownership matters and managed charitable aspects of an academy conversion. The group is also handling ongoing governance work for Wyggeston’s Hospital. Solicitor Vicki Hair is another name to note.

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

Browne Jacobson LLP (Nottingham)

Browne Jacobson LLP’s β€˜very strong and experienced team’ provides β€˜sage and pragmatic’ advice regarding large on and offshore estates to business owners, landowners and private clients based in the UK and abroad. β€˜Excellent’ practice head William Colacicchi combines his β€˜understanding of family relationships’ with β€˜vast experience and a calm and professional bedside manner’. The β€˜knowledgeable’ Wenna Thompson β€˜looks after her clients well’, and Lucy Worwood is also recommended. The group advises trustees on tax mitigation strategies, handles succession planning involving assets based abroad and assists with amendments to trusts. Family trusts form a large proportion of the client base, and acting for will executors and beneficiaries is another area of specialism.

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East Midlands: Projects, energy and natural resources

Private finance initiative (PFI)
Private finance initiative (PFI) - ranked: tier 1

Browne Jacobson LLP (Nottingham)

Browne Jacobson LLP’s Nottingham team cooperates closely with the London office to assist clients in the private and public sectors. Work for the government and local authorities spans drafting the procurement documents and conducting risk assessment through to finalising the bidding process and negotiating with the bidders. Craig Elder is deeply involved in the procurement and commissioning activities for London Borough of Enfield; he also guided Nottinghamshire County Council through the procurement process for operating Rufford Abbey Country Park from inception to completion. Other highlights included assisting Cheshire East Council with the tender process for the development of Royal Arcade in Crewe. Doncaster Metropolitan Borough Council, Worcestershire County Council and the National Audit Office are also clients. Practice head Richard Barlow and Peter Ware are also recommended.

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East Midlands: Public sector

Education
Education - ranked: tier 1

Browne Jacobson LLP (Nottingham)

The β€˜highly professional and responsive’ team at Browne Jacobson LLP assists educational providers, including multi-academy trusts, with restructuring and academisation as well as providing regulatory advice and representing institutional clients in discrimination claims. Practice head Mark Blois guided an academy through permanent pupil exclusion proceedings following the outcome of an Independent Review Panel and advised on a parent complaint pertaining to special educational needs and disability discrimination. Adrian Shardlow led a team advising on the creation of multi-academy trusts, including the Yorkshire and Humberside Co-operative Academies Trust comprising five schools in Hull, the Lincolnshire Learning for Life Trust bringing together four special needs schools and Symphony Learning Trust formed of existing academy trusts and maintained schools. The group also advises on mergers and acquisitions of academy trusts, while on the contentious side, it acted for educational institutions in health and safety, defamation, employment and property-related disputes. Venn Academy Trust, Community Inclusive Trust and The Priory Federation of Academies Trusts are also clients.

Leading individuals

Mark Blois - Browne Jacobson LLP

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Health
Health - ranked: tier 1

Browne Jacobson LLP (Nottingham)

Browne Jacobson LLP’s Simon Tait heads the firm’s national health practice, and assists NHS Trusts with contentious regulatory matters, inquests and clinical governance. For example, he represented Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust in a six-day inquest into the death of a patient caused by hypoxic brain damage following spinal surgery. Tait also acted for an NHS Trust during an inquest arising from the trial use of transoral robotic surgery and subsequent death of a patient from an oral bleed. On the corporate and commercial side, Oliver Pritchard advises public, private and third sector entities in the health and social care sectors on mergers, acquisitions and restructurings. PCT Healthcare instructed Pritchard on its Β£65m acquisition of WR Evans, which included a group restructuring and demerger. Pritchard also advised NHS England on updating its national statutory guidance to Clinical Commissioning Groups on conflict of interest management. Ben Troke, who specialises in mental capacity matters and healthcare law, assisted NHS England with preparing guidelines on its discharge policy, countering so-called "bed blocking". Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust, Leicestershire Partnership Trust and East Midlands Ambulance Service are also clients.

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Local government
Local government - ranked: tier 1

Browne Jacobson LLP (Nottingham)

Browne Jacobson LLP’s team advises local authorities on corporate and commercial matters as well as guiding them through procurement, strategic governance and compliance. Practice co-head Peter Ware assisted Broxtowe Borough Council with the establishment of a wholly owned company to deliver a leisure and culture offering. Together with the other practice co-head, Richard Barlow, Ware is acting for Nottinghamshire County Council and Sherwood District Council on the governance aspects surrounding the creation of the North Midlands Combined Authority. The group often advises councils on commercial property and project development; for example, Laura Hughes advised Canterbury City Council on the planning agreement for a mixed-use development, while London-based Stephen Matthews is assisting City of Lincoln Council with the city centre redevelopment project, involving managing land transfers, lease agreements, construction and procurement. Craig Elder advised Nottinghamshire County Council on the procurement process for operating Rufford Abbey Country Park. Anita Bradley joined the team from an in-house position at Cheshire East Council.

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East Midlands: Real estate

Commercial property: Nottingham and Derby
Commercial property: Nottingham and Derby - ranked: tier 1

Browne Jacobson LLP (Nottingham)

Browne Jacobson LLP’s β€˜very responsive’ group is β€˜willing to go the extra mile for its clients’, advising private as well as public sector entities on matters ranging from real estate finance to project development. Clients include luxury brands, retailers, local authorities, education institutions, agricultural landowners and registered providers of affordable housing. Work highlights saw the firm assist Local Space with the Β£250m refinancing of over 1,300 residential properties in East London through a security trustee structure. Recommended lawyers include Sarah Parkinson, who has an β€˜in-depth knowledge of the retail sector’ and was part of a team that advised Macintosh Retail Group on the property aspects of the sale of its UK footwear chains such as Jones Bootmaker to Alteri Partners, and Barry Sully, who advised Miller Birch with the Guildhall site redevelopment and continues to handle matters arising from New Linx Housing Trust’s planned residential development. Walgreens Boots Alliance, HMRC, Westerman Homes and NHS Property Services are also clients.

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Construction
Construction - ranked: tier 1

Browne Jacobson LLP (Nottingham)

Browne Jacobson LLP handles a range of matters relating to high-profile national and international construction projects, including contentious and non-contentious work and procurement advice. Peter Westlake represented the main contractor in a high-value dispute pertaining to a major overseas project, while Michael Sadler continues to advise the Homes and Communities Agency on issues arising from national construction projects financed through the Builders Finance Fund Scheme. Mace, HMRC and WE Hewitt & Son are also clients.

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Environment
Environment - ranked: tier 1

Browne Jacobson LLP (Nottingham)

With a client base dominated by prominent public sector clients such as local authorities, non-departmental public bodies, NGOs, national parks and government institutions, Browne Jacobson LLP’s nature conservation practice handles matters ranging from enforcement actions to regulatory and governance advice. Practice head Richard Barlow advised Watford Borough Council on its potential liability for historic contamination at Watford Health Campus, guiding the client through risk management and incorporating relevant provisions in the agreement with a joint venture developer. Barlow is also assisting Invictus Education Trust with risk management following the collapse of a former mineshaft at the Crestwood School Dudley’s playing fields. Laura Hughes advised HSBC on the environmental aspects of funding two petrol filling stations, including acquiring relevant permits, certificates and compliance with safety regulations. The group also acted for the Marine Management Organisation in a challenge brought by the States of Guernsey regarding the suspension of the Fisheries Management Agreement and temporary suspension of reciprocal fishing licences.

Leading individuals

Richard Barlow - Browne Jacobson LLP

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Planning
Planning - ranked: tier 1

Browne Jacobson LLP (Nottingham)

Browne Jacobson LLP is well known for acting for public sector clients. Laura Hughes and Richard Barlow, who head the practice, advised the Blaby District Council planning authority with the planning process (including an environmental impact assessment) concerning the redevelopment of the Everards brewery. Hughes also assisted Canterbury City Council with drafting and negotiating a Section 106 agreement concerning a 4,000-home mixed-use development, while Barlow advised the London Borough of Enfield on the planning obligations of a major regeneration and mixed-use development project. Other work included representing Aldergate Properties in judicial review proceedings challenging a local authority’s planning decision and advising Morrisons on extraction from a contract on the basis of breach of planning clauses.

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Property litigation
Property litigation - ranked: tier 1

Browne Jacobson LLP (Nottingham)

Browne Jacobson LLP’s β€˜strong’ team β€˜houses savvy commercial lawyers’, whose workload spans land and leasehold disputes, dilapidation claims and property debt recovery work. Practice head Mark Aldrich has β€˜great judgement’ and β€˜gets under the skin of every dispute to achieve the best outcome for the client’. The group is acting for a retailer in several high-value disputes relating to development agreements, assisting an industrial client with litigation arising from a renewable energy project, and representing a household-name client in a dilapidation dispute.

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Social housing
Social housing - ranked: tier 1

Browne Jacobson LLP (Nottingham)

Browne Jacobson LLP’s β€˜second-to-none’ team of β€˜experts’ combines its public and private sector expertise to advise on matters ranging from housing management and property transactions to tax and regulatory advice on regeneration projects, joint ventures, mixed-use schemes and other developments. Major housing associations such as East Midlands Housing Group feature among its clients. The group assisted Local Space with the refinancing of over 1,300 properties worth Β£250m in London through a security trustee structure, and advised Clarion Housing Group and Morgan Sindall Investments on a major regeneration project for the London Borough of Haringey. Practice head Barry Sully is acting for New Linx Housing Trust on the development of 170 homes in Skegness involving collaboration with a private sector developer. Other highlights included assisting Homes & Communities Agency with the Gedling Colliery scheme for a mixed-use development project, including 200 affordable housing units, and managing the Β£18m acquisition and development of new affordable homes for the Metropolitan Housing Trust.

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East Midlands: TMT (technology, media and telecoms)

IT and telecoms
IT and telecoms - ranked: tier 1

Browne Jacobson LLP (Nottingham)

Browne Jacobson LLP has a solid track record of acting for clients in private and public sectors, handling large-scale technology projects, drafting outsourcing agreements and implementing new technologies. It also advises technology companies and start-ups on corporate matters such as maintaining IT infrastructure after structural changes and developing e-commerce platforms. The client base includes The National Trust, EPC United Kingdom, Exel Technology Group and Hiscox Insurance. Paula Dumbill is part of a team assisting the Crown Prosecution Service with the separation of service groups from an existing large-scale IT services contract. Mark Snelgrove is also recommended.

Leading individuals

Mark Snelgrove - Browne Jacobson LLP

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Intellectual property
Intellectual property - ranked: tier 1

Browne Jacobson LLP (Nottingham)

Browne Jacobson LLP is recommended for contentious IP matters such as patent, design right and registered design infringement claims, particularly those posing risk of reputational damage. The group also manages trade mark portfolios and provides ongoing transactional advice to its diverse client base, spanning multiple sectors and including The National Trust, OSI Systems, Lloyds Bank Group, Kennametal and Mace Group. Mark Snelgrove was part of a team acting for LVMH brand MoΓ«t Hennessy in a trade mark and passing off claim against Polistas pertaining to the use of Veuve Clicquot trade marks. Work highlights also included representing a major company in a cross-border trade mark dispute and advising a fashion retailer on preventing its competitor from distributing a counterfeit product in breach of design rights. Paula Dumbill is another name to note, as is Selina Hinchliffe, who joined from Eversheds Sutherland (International) LLP. Richard Roberts left for Potter Clarkson LLP

Leading individuals

Mark Snelgrove - Browne Jacobson LLP

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Sport
Sport - ranked: tier 1

Browne Jacobson LLP (Nottingham)

Browne Jacobson LLP has broad expertise in sports law, ranging from to employment matters to procurement for construction of new facilities. The cross-departmental group includes construction partner Michael Sadler and commercial property lawyer Sarah Parkinson, who advise sport clubs on real estate management, ownership changes and new construction projects. Commercial specialist Peter Jones and employment expert Nigel Blackwell head the team. Peter Jones also provides employment support, including advising on commencement of employment with professional sports clubs. Nottinghamshire County Cricket Board, Donington Park Race Course and Leicester Tigers Rugby Club are clients.

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