Lisa Eastwood > Pinney Talfourd LLP > Hornchurch, England > Lawyer Profile

Pinney Talfourd LLP
RM11 1EW

Work Department

Property Litigation


Senior Associate


Having worked at Southend County Court for a year, Lisa then gained a training contract with what was Bates & Partners in Southend (now BTMK) and then moved to Wortley Byers (now Tees) in 1998 until 2007.

Lisa has always worked in Civil and Commercial Litigation dealing with property disputes, debt, insolvency and business to business disputes.

After a career break to have a family, Lisa returned to law, working at Essex County Council for a period of 2 years before joining Pinney Talfourd at the beginning of 2018 where she has specialised in Commercial Property Litigation with particular focus of all aspects of Commercial Landlord and Tenant Law, Contentious Business Lease Renewal, Dilapidations and Professional Negligence.

Key dates;

Trained at Bates & Partners 1995 and qualified in 1997
Connolys 1999
Wortley Byers 2000
Essex County Council 2015
Senior Associate at Pinney Talfourd 2018


Lisa qualified as a solicitor in 1997 having completed her degree in History and Politics (2:1) in 1992. She then went on to complete the Common Professional Exam in 1993 and the Legal Practice Course in 1994 at Huddersfield University.


Lawyer Rankings

South East > Real estate > Property litigation

Operating out of Hornchurch, Pinney Talfourd LLP’s property litigation group provides a ‘diversity of services’, ranging from representation in TOLATA claims to lease extension matters. The team assists HNWIs, landlords, and estates, with ‘outstanding’ practice head Stephen Eccles contributing over 30 years’ experience in handling all aspects of property litigation, including cases in the Court of Appeal. Senior associate Lisa Eastwood is ‘articulate and compassionate’, specialising in landlord and tenant disputes, while associate Oliver-James Topping is a ‘hard worker’, focusing on forfeiture and dilapidation claims.