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Joanna Lampert

Mishcon de Reya LLP

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Property Litigation


Joanna is a Partner in the firm's Property Litigation group, which is one of the leading practices in the London. She is a solicitor-advocate and one of the UK's leading property litigators with over 20 years' experience specialising in property disputes and risk analysis, advisory and avoidance work.  She provides strategic advice to owners, occupiers, developers and funders of commercial and residential real estate and deals with all contentious aspects of real estate.

Her litigation experience includes development disputes, landlord and tenant disputes (including rent and service charge recovery, lease renewals, consents, forfeiture and possession claims), title, rights of way and rights of light disputes, real estate related professional negligence claims and insolvency and corporate recovery work.


Qualified at Portner & Jaskel; Assistant Solicitor Berwin Leighton Paisner LLP; Partner Berwin Leighton Paisner LLP


College of Law, Common Professional Exams, Legal Practice Course (commendation)
University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology, BSc (Hons) Mathematics and Management Sciences

London: Real estate

Property litigation

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Joanna Lampert - Mishcon de Reya LLP

Within: Property litigation

Mishcon de Reya LLP is reputed for its significant trial experience. The team is praised for its ‘commercial awareness as well as technical excellence’ across commercial and residential disputes, with Daniel Levy and the Joanna Lampert forming a ‘dynamic and ruthless’ duo.  Levy heads the team, which serves as sole property litigation counsel for TK Maxx across its 280 UK stores. Levy and the ‘unrivaled’ Emma MacIntyre are acting for Capital & Counties Properties on a number of opposed lease renewals at the client’s Covent Garden property portfolio. Sarah Heritage is recommended for her work on commercial landlord and tenant disputes and Chhavie Kapoor has ‘great rights of light experience’. Mark Reading is cited as ‘a superstar in the making’.  Sabrina Furneaux-Gotch is 'an outstanding solicitor with excellent communication skills and an absolute commitment to providing the best service to the client, tailoring her advice and experience to achieving the best outcome'.

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