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Alison Mould

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Fladgate LLP

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Real estate litigation.


Alison Mould is a partner in the real estate litigation team at Fladgate.

She specialises in all aspects of property litigation, in particular landlord and tenant, retail and leisure, office and estate.

Alison acts for Odeon, Origin Housing, the TA , Toys “R” Us, Millennium Hotels, Penguin Books, Turner Broadcasting, YO! Sushi and Beaverbrooks The Jewellers. 

An example of the work on which Alison has advised is acting for the Trustees of the will of the first Lord Brocket in relation to dilapidations, listed building issues, arrears and destruction of fittings.

Alison is ranked as an expert in her field by both the Legal 500 and Chambers UK independent guides to the legal profession.

Alison, originally from Sunderland, studied law at Liverpool University and then for her Law Society finals at Chester College of Law. She qualified in 1989 and joined Fladgate as a partner in 2000.


Trained Hamlin Slowe, qualified 1989; made partner Fladgate 2000.


PLA; Governor of Park Walk Primary School


Central Newcastle High School for Girls; Liverpool University (LLB 1986); Chester College of Law (Solicitors Finals 1987).

London: Real estate

Property litigation

Within: Property litigation

Fladgate LLP provides an ‘excellent legal service augmented by a real commercial understanding of the sector and client needs’. Thekla Fellas has expertise on the Electronic Communications Code and heads a team with ‘particular strength in substantial landlord and tenant disputes including the retail and leisure sectors’. Fellas is representing Point West GR Limited in a high-value service charge dispute at a building containing 399 residential units. Another highlight saw Alison Mould acting for the Trustees of the first Lord Brocket in relation to disrepair issues and various breaches of a tenant covenant at a Grade 1 listed estate. Tim Foley's arrival from Clyde & Co LLP has bolstered the group which also consists of Janet Keeley who is ‘analytical, thorough and very robust’ and Jonathan Hibberts who ‘always goes the extra mile to deliver for his clients’.

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