Ms Aimee Hutchinson > Blacks Solicitors LLP > Leeds, England > Lawyer Profile

Blacks Solicitors LLP
CITY POINT
29 KING STREET
LEEDS
LS1 2HL
England

Work Department

Commercial Dispute Resolution

Position

Partner

Career

Aimee Hutchinson graduated from the University of Sheffield before joining Blacks Solicitors in 2010 as a Trainee Solicitor. Aimee qualified in September 2012 and is a Partner in the Commercial Dispute Resolution.

She works on a wide variety of general commercial litigation matters, with a particular interest and specialism in Judicial Review matters. She often handles complex litigation in the High Court and has experience of working on cases in the Court of Appeal.

Aimee is a key member of the Holiday & Home Parks team and is rapidly becoming a ‘go to’ adviser in the sector for park owners. She has represented clients in the First Tier Tribunal (Property Chamber) and the Upper Tribunal (Lands Chamber) and is able to offer tailored advice to clients in this unique area of law.

Memberships

British Holiday & Home Parks Association

Lawyer Rankings

Yorkshire and the Humber > Dispute resolution > Commercial litigation: Leeds and West Yorkshire; North Yorkshire

Blacks Solicitors LLP‘s commercial dispute resolution team is ‘able to deal with everything from property law to corporate law‘ for its clients which primarily includes private individuals and owner-managed businesses. Luke Patel leads the team and counts charity disputes concerning religious organisations among his niche areas of expertise. Aimee Hutchinson has particular expertise in judicial review matters, while ‘impeccable‘ senior associate Paula Moses joined from Certus Solicitors, adding a breadth of experience in fraud disputes.

Yorkshire and the Humber > Real estate > Property litigation

Blacks Solicitors LLP‘s contentious real estate team includes practice head Luke Patel and Aimee Hutchinson, who handle a broad cross-section of matters for residential developers, landowners, institutional and investment fund landlords and regional corporate tenants. Key areas of work include dilapidations, breaches of covenants, trespassing and disputes connected with residential mobile home parks and holiday parks.