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B P Collins LLP

COLLINS HOUSE, 32-38 STATION ROAD, GERRARDS CROSS, SL9 8EL, ENGLAND
Tel:
Work 01753 889995
Fax:
Fax 01753 889851
DX:
40256 GERRARDS CROSS
Email:
Web:
www.bpcollins.co.uk
Gerrards Cross, London

Matthew Brandis

Tel:
Work 01753 279039
Email:
Web:
www.bpcollins.co.uk/people/profile/matthew-brandis
B P Collins LLP

Work Department

Litigation and dispute resolution.

Position

Partner and practice group leader specialising in resolving large commercial contractual disputes, professional negligence claims, contentious probate issues and private client matters, including regulatory and magistrates court cases.

Career

Trained Lee Bolton & Lee Solicitors; qualified 1997; partner B P Collins 2002.

Education

Malvern College, Worcs; Exeter University (1994 LLB Hons Law).

Leisure

Swimming, running, skiing, travelling.


South East: Dispute resolution

Commercial litigation: Beds, Bucks, Herts, Middx

Within: Commercial litigation: Beds, Bucks, Herts, Middx

The commercial litigation team at B P Collins LLP is best known for its expertise in the environment, waste management, technology and pharmaceutical sectors. The practice specialises in commercial contract disputes, regulatory work, director and shareholder litigation, defamation, intellectual property and professional negligence. Matthew Brandis is the practice head. Craig Williams, senior associate Simon Carroll and associate Rajiv Malhotra are also recommended.

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South East: Private client

Contentious trusts and probate

Within: Contentious trusts and probate

B P Collins LLP's team is praised by one client for being 'thorough, tenacious (but pragmatic) and always client-focused'. Team head Craig Williams focuses on contentious trusts work and inheritance disputes for high net-worth individuals. Its work includes Inheritance Act claims, will validity disputes and matters concerning the administration of trusts and estates. The group also has a niche specialism in litigation concerning genealogists' 'finders fees'. Matthew Brandis is another name to note.

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