Philip Andrew Shotter > Glovers Solicitors LLP > London, England > Lawyer Profile

Glovers Solicitors LLP
Fifth Floor, Berkshire House
168-173 High Holborn
LONDON
WC1V 7AA
England
Philip Andrew Shotter photo

Work Department

Commercial property.

Position

General commercial property work with particular emphasis on landlord and tenant work in the leisure sector.

Career

Trained Arnold Fooks Chadwick, qualified 1996. Debenham & Co 1996-98; Coudert Brothers 1998-2000; Glovers 2000, partner 2004.

Memberships

Law Society; Restaurant Association.

Education

Sir William Borlase’s Grammar School, Marlow; Southampton University (LLB Hons); College of Law, Guildford.

Leisure

Sport, music.

Lawyer Rankings

London > Real estate > Commercial property: corporate occupiers

(Leading individuals)

Philip Shotter Glovers Solicitors LLP

Glovers Solicitors LLP‘s practice, which is led by the ‘brilliantPhilip Shotter, generates mandates from a variety of occupiers, including cinemas, pubs, luxury fashion brands, restaurants, retailers and grab-and-go companies. The team often advises on day-to-day estate and operational matters, as well as acquisitions, although the impact of Covid-19 has led to a shift towards advice on the property aspects of corporate restructurings, dispute resolution, and consensual and non-consensual rent concession arrangements. Paul Jagger is highlighted for his ‘diligent, efficient and cut to the point service’.

London > Industry focus > Hospitality and leisure

Boutique property law practice Glovers Solicitors LLP has an outstanding record advising restaurant clients, as well as pub companies, cinema groups and grab-and-go operators. Key areas of work include supporting clients on day-to-day operational matters and on growth through acquisitions. During the Covid-19 pandemic, the practice has been advising on rent concession agreements, property work following on from corporate restructuring, and providing litigation support. Practice head Philip Shotter acts for a wide roster of restaurant clients, ranging from large operators to independents and developing independent chains.