Kamal Majevadia > Sydney Mitchell LLP > Birmingham, England > Lawyer Profile
Sydney Mitchell LLP Offices
35 WATERLOO STREET
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Dispute resolution, contentious probate, professional negligence
Kamal specialises in all types of disputes including commercial litigation, contentious probate and professional negligence.
Helping clients to:
resolve commercial and contractual disputes by dealing with third parties and/or suppliers;
trust disputes in particular where the trusts hold company shares;
contentious probate, inheritance act claims;
resolve professional negligence claims against surveyors, other solicitors and accountants;
financial recoveries of money when companies: default on terms and conditions, default on loan agreements, breach mandates or conditions;
saving companies as a going concern
Kamal advises and works with the following client sectors:
financial institutions including banks, building societies, secondary lenders;
businesses, ranging from SMEs to multinationals;
owner-managed businesses and
Trained Tollers; qualified 1997; Wragge & Co 1997-03; Hadden/Ansons 2003-06; partner Sydney Mitchell 2006 to date.
Queen Elizabeth’s Boys’ School, Barnet; De Montfort University; Chester Law School.
Golf, tennis, rugby, weight lifting, reading.
West Midlands > Private client > Contentious trusts and probate(Leading individuals)
Sydney Mitchell LLP has a thriving contentious probate department, which works closely with its busy private client department. It has recently witnessed a significant increase in the number of estates where there is a dispute relating to the ownership of private companies. Team head Kamal Majevadia is well-known for his expertise in advising on estates with cross-border assets, complex commercial and company share issues.
West Midlands > Dispute resolution > Debt recovery
Sydney Mitchell LLP‘s debt recovery disputes work is handled by Birmingham- based Leanne Schneider-Rose and Kamal Majevadia, who works from the firm’s Shirley office. Schneider-Rose acts on matters relating to personal and commercial bankruptcies, while Majevadia is experienced in both insolvency and corporate recovery.
West Midlands > Real estate > Property litigation
At Sydney Mitchell LLP, associate Sundeep Bilkhu advises landlords and tenants on a range of commercial and residential property issues, such as neighbour disputes, adverse possession claims, dilapidations claims against, repair covenants, unlawful evictions and collections of rent arrears. Kamal Majevadia handles trespass claims and fraudulent transfers of property.
West Midlands > Dispute resolution > Commercial litigation: Birmingham
Sydney Mitchell LLP‘s skillset in litigation centres around contractual disputes and fraud claims. Dean Parnell – ‘a lawyer that you want to be on your side rather than against you‘ – jointly leads the team and has broad experience in commercial litigation, with notable expertise in search orders. Fellow practice head Kamal Majevadia focuses on contentious trusts and estates.
West Midlands > Insurance > Professional negligence
Sydney Mitchell LLP handles a wide range of cases, including those involving negligence by solicitors, surveyors, accountants and architects. Other matters concern negligent advice by valuers on property transactions. The team, which is co-led by Sundeep Bilkhu and Kamal Majevadia, advises individuals, companies and financial institutions.
- Contentious trusts and probate - West Midlands > Private client
- Leading individuals - West Midlands > Private client > Contentious trusts and probate
- Debt recovery - West Midlands > Dispute resolution
- Commercial litigation: Birmingham - West Midlands > Dispute resolution
- Professional negligence - West Midlands > Insurance
- Property litigation - West Midlands > Real estate
Top Tier Firm Rankings
- Private client > Family: Birmingham
- Private client > Personal tax, trusts and probate
- Insurance > Clinical negligence: claimant
- Dispute resolution > Debt recovery
- Finance > Insolvency and corporate recovery
- Dispute resolution > Commercial litigation: Birmingham
- Insurance > Personal injury: claimant
- Insurance > Professional negligence
- Real estate > Commercial property: Birmingham
- Human resources > Employment
- Real estate > Property litigation