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66 LINCOLN'S INN FIELDS, LONDON, WC2A 3LH, ENGLAND
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Work 020 3375 7000
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Graham Anderson

Tel:
Work 020 3375 7404
Email:
Farrer & Co

Work Department

Disputes

Position

Graham advises a broad range of clients including national and international businesses, institutional clients, estates, managing agents and private individuals. His practice encompasses all aspects of commercial and residential contentious property work. His commercial practice includes advising landlords and tenants on dilapidations, business lease renewals, forfeiture, service charge disputes and property related insolvency issues. Graham's residential practice includes service charge issues, disrepair and all aspects of enfranchisement. In addition, he advises on other real property disputes such as boundaries, easements, adverse possession and covenants.

Career

Prior to qualifying as a solicitor, Graham worked for a national advocacy firm appearing in hearings on a daily basis in the County Courts and the Royal Courts of Justice. On qualifying as a solicitor in January 2012, Graham worked as a general commercial litigator before specialising in property litigation at DKLM LLP. Graham joined the Property Litigation Team at Farrer & Co in October 2015.

Member

The Property Litigation Association

Education

University of Strathclyde, BA (Hons) History & Italian; University of Westminster, Graduate Diploma in Law; College of Law London, Bar Vocational Course.


London: Real estate

Property litigation

Within: Property litigation

Farrer & Co ‘has a strong property litigation department, with excellent breadth and depth of knowledge’. The firm has ‘a growing practice with a large number of private clients’ and ‘ensures that their clients are provided with a top-quality service’. Siobhan Jones heads the department and delivers ‘excellent strategic and knowledgeable advice and direction to a case’ while ‘building excellent relationships with clients’. Jones is currently defending Holy Cross Sisters Trustees who are accused of deceitfully withholding information in a Court of Appeal planning application. The group has particular strength in representing high-net-worth individuals, contract interpretation and high-value dilapidations. Jo Ord is ‘technically very able’ and Graham Anderson is an ‘extremely effective and thoughtful solicitor’. Partner Adrian Parkhouse is also recommended and focuses on construction disputes. Clients include The British Museum, Diageo and the Duchy of Cornwall.

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