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Commercial property: retail Tier 1
Excelling in the retail sector, clients hail Browne Jacobson LLP as an ‘excellent firm that provides the full breadth of property services’. Caroline Green and Sarah Parkinson jointly head the practice, which counts luxury brands, household name retailers, leisure operators, distributors and franchisees among its client list. The team is active in the logistics front and handles strategic transactions, leasing, office relocations and property financing in addition to work extending beyond real estate such as IP and employment.
‘An excellent firm – they are able to provide a full breadth of property services covering acquisition, development and agricultural acquisitions.’
‘Suki Tonks is extremely responsive and efficient and a real asset to have as a lead property lawyer. She is diligent, an excellent communicator and always available’.
LVMH – Moet Hennessy Louis Vuitton
Walgreens Boots Alliance
Shropshire City Council – retail investor arm
Kiko UK Limited
The National Trust
PSR Trading Ltd
Education: schools Tier 1
Browne Jacobson LLP 'epitomises the saying "the whole is greater than the sum of its parts" and is simply exceptional' in its delivery of a diverse range of education expertise to its large client base. Led by Nottingham-based Mark Blois, the team is skilled in handling complex merger and restructuring matters, offering tailored and strategic advice to schools and academies, and representing clients in litigation proceedings. Core members of the team include the 'amazing' Julia Green; Nick MacKenzie, who is recommended for corporate and governance matters; Richard Freeth; and Adrian Shardlow.
‘The level of service at Browne Jacobson at every level is impeccable. They are both efficient in their response and professional in their service.’
‘Nick McKenzie is simply brilliant. Nothing is ever too much for him. He is professional yet personable, and ensures the very best outcomes.’
‘All the individuals we work with at Browne Jacobson deserve recognition. However, Julia Green is the linchpin and has been instrumental in developing a positive working relationship.’
‘Lydia Michaelson-Yeates has been fantastic throughout. She is always contactable and always responds in a very timely manner, which is invaluable. Lydia also makes the complex subject matter easy to understand by communicating in a way that is relatable, without wrapping it up in legal jargon.’
Greenwood Academy Trust
Academy Transformation Trust
Community Inclusive Trust
Chorus Education Trust
Dronfield Junior School
The Elliot Foundation Academies Trust
Brooke Weston MAT
Thomas Deacon Educational Trust
Atlantic Centre of Excellence MAT
Lighthouse Schools Partnership
Arthur Terry Learning Partnership
Bright Futures Educational Trust
Challenge Academy Trust
Forward as One
Camborne Science & International MAT
Confederation of School Trusts
Central Learning Partnership Trust
Loxford School Trust Ltd
Outwood Grange Academy Trust
Healthcare Tier 1
Browne Jacobson LLP has expanded its national healthcare practice with the recruitment of Christian Dingwall from Hempsons to the Manchester office. Across its multiple offices, the sizeable team counts an impressive list of NHS trusts and leading private healthcare providers among its clients, and has a 'solid reputation' for corporate and commercial matters, procurement, governance and public law issues, and clinical risk management. Simon Tait heads the national group and is supported Dingwall, Oliver Pritchard and Gerard Hanratty. Senior associate Charlotte Harpin has notable expertise in CCG constitution.
Salford CCG – for Greater Manchester Health and Social Care Partnership
NHS Birmingham Cross City CCG; NHS Birmingham South Central CCG; NHS Solihull
Langham Park Homes Limited
Local government Tier 2
Based in Nottingham, Peter Ware and Richard Barlow lead the Browne Jacobson LLP practice, which is valued for its ability to bring together a range of expertise to large projects. Ware's experience includes acting for a group of local authorities that established as one of the first pooled LGPS funds in the country. Stephen Matthew handles major procurements, infrastructure projects and joint ventures, as does Nick Hurley who has focused of late on regeneration projects. Anja Beriro acts for both public and private sector clients on procurements including for IT. The team also advises on matters such as state aid, planning and environmental law, and health and safety issues.
‘Extremely well linked teams within Browne Jacobson mean that a large project has been seamlessly supported even where it crosses over numerous specialisms. An awareness of how to link the property, procurement and public law elements of a major property development quickly and with mutual understanding between the specialists is key to their success.’
‘Stephen Matthew couldn’t be more effective. His grasp of the detail is the best I have seen in my years in the public sector and the apparent simplicity of his pragmatic advice on the way forward is always bedded in that understanding of the many threads behind each case.’
Stephen Matthew is always approachable, knowledgeable and keen to work with us. He adopts a flexible approach and his advice is valued by clients.
Leicestershire County Council
Herefordshire County Council
London Borough of Croydon
Broxtowe Borough Council
Devon County Council
West Midlands Combined Authority
Nottinghamshire County Council
Nottingham City Council
London Borough of Enfield
Brand management Tier 3
Browne Jacobson LLP has a strong national reputation for its trade mark dispute work, having recently represented LEVC (formerly the London Taxi Vehicle Corporation) in a widely reported trade mark dispute with Frazer-Nash and Ecotive involving the famous shape of black cabs. Declan Cushley leads the national practice from Birmingham and focuses on non-contentious IP. Other key figures include IP litigators Cerryg Jones and Mark Daniels and transactional lawyers Alex Watt and Selina Hinchliffe, who advise on licensing, sponsorship and advertising issues and portfolio management. Bonita Trimmer and associate Giles Parsons are the other names to note for IP and designs disputes.
‘Browne Jacobson are very responsive with good commercial understanding of clients’ business‘.
‘The team have in-depth experience across the full range of TMT fields and their team works well with their commercial and IP department to provide excellent full-service comprehensive advice. ‘
‘Valued qualities from the group at Browne Jacobson are their speed of response, professionalism, commercial acumen, and technical ability. Individuals to call out are Declan Cushley, Giles Parsons and Alex Watt.’
‘Declan Cushley is a first-class litigator – he has sound judgement and is not afraid to get into the detail.‘
‘Bonita Trimmer has excellent legal knowledge and produces top-class written work. Giles Parsons is another name to note; he is very good at dealing with difficult opponents without losing his cool.‘
Triumph Motorcycles Ltd
London EV Company Ltd
IT and telecoms Tier 3
The technology team at Browne Jacobson LLP advises on complex IT transactions, with expertise in designing, building and implementing IT project phases in the financial services, insurance, retail and public sectors. Anthony Nagle heads up the national IT practice group, which spans the firm's London, Nottingham and Birmingham offices, while Declan Cushley leads the firm's commercial and IP departments.
Crown Prosecution Service
London Borough of Tower Hamlets
Professional discipline Tier 3
Browne Jacobson LLP stands out for its high-volume advice to the Teaching Regulation Agency; the team also regularly assists NHS England with regulatory matters involving the Performers Lists. Nottingham's Fiona Butler has a broad professional disciplinary practice in education, healthcare, construction and surveying, while Ros Foster in London advises statutory and non-statutory bodies on all aspects of disciplinary matters. Also key to the team are Manchester-based Gerard Hanratty and recently promoted partner Ben Bentley. Samantha Paxman and Louisa Atkin in Nottingham were made senior associates.
The Teaching Regulation Agency
Professional Standards Authority for Health and Social Care
Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors
Genetic Counsellors Registration Board
The Chartered Institute of Building
The Pensions Regulator
The Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority
Care Quality Commission
Art and cultural property Tier 4
Browne Jacobson LLP works for some of the UK’s most important cultural institutions and public bodies. It is also recommended for its work with street and urban artists. Alex Watt has extensive experience of dealing with artists on the protection of their intellectual property as well as galleries on their relationship with artists. Other areas of expertise lie in acting for the owners of landed estates and for local authorities on issues affecting listed buildings and conservation area issues. Declan Cushley is also recommended.
Browne Jacobson LLP is known for a balanced infrastructure practice, which is engaged by the public as well as private sector. The team has considerable experience in advising clients on PPP projects as well as on procurement matters. Nottingham-based Craig Elder, who is well versed in transactional work, and Stephen Matthew jointly lead the group. The latter recently was involved in several regeneration projects. Senior associate Nick Hurley is also recommended.
Chichester District Council
London Borough of Havering
London Borough of Ealing
London Borough of Enfield
Melton Borough Council
Lincolnshire County Council
Blackpool Borough Council
Manchester City Council
London Borough of Croydon
With a strong track record handling financial services and professional indemnity claims, Browne Jacobson LLP has recently seen an uptick in work relating to property damage, brokers' liability, D&O and reinsurance matters, among other areas. Practice head Jonathan Newbold, who splits his time between London and Nottingham, focuses on professional negligence. 'Fantastic lawyer' Colin Peck has particular expertise in property damage and business interruption disputes, while Francis Mackie advises on brokers' negligence.
‘The firm is very experienced, thorough and proactive when dealing with the issues faced‘
‘Browne Jacobson is remarkably client-focused. The responsiveness and attentiveness to the requirements of the matter on which we worked was remarkable‘
‘A go-getting firm with a high profile presence in the insurance and professional negligence sectors‘
‘Colin Peck is a highly experienced and effective litigator who really knows his way around the insurance industry. He gives his all for his clients. He is imaginative and innovative, thinks around a problem from every angle and gets great results consistently‘
‘Colin Peck is a talented lawyer, capable of dealing with bespoke requests for analysis of complex, unusual matters. He thinks widely and is always able to offer practical, potential ideas and solutions, whilst pointing out the pitfalls we must avoid. He is engaging and extremely capable, conscious of the time demands placed upon us and finds the time to discuss matters, often at short notice‘
‘Francis Mackie is thorough and gives sound advice whilst advocating strongly on behalf of the client‘
‘Ed Anderson is a very shrewd litigator who knows precisely the right buttons to press to achieve what he wants. His relaxed manner belies a really tough core‘
‘Associate Zoe Bowden is clearly a rapidly rising star in this field. I expect her to be a leading practitioner in this area in the future‘
Browne Jacobson LLP 's brands, advertising and marketing team acts for a range of well-known luxury brands, global products groups and advertising agencies, as well as new media and fintech clients. It is experienced in a range of specialist advertising work which includes experiential, live and behavioural advertising. The team is regularly engaged on national and international campaigns and is experienced in advising production agencies and influencer agencies; the team created a precedent agreement for Whalar for it to use in relation to the governance of all of its promotional agreements. The team also handles ASA complaints.
The team is dynamic, responsive and creative in its solutions and approach.
Alex Watt is calm, measured and very direct and on-point with his advice.
Billion Dollar Boy
PZ Cussons International
The National Trust
Personal injury: defendant Tier 4
Browne Jacobson LLP has particular strength acting for clients from the public sector, notably those operating in the health and social care fields, in relation to claims that regularly involve sexual and physical abuse. The department is also well versed in employers' and public liability matters, stress at work cases, as well as fraudulent claims. The London team is led by David Maggs, who specialises in local authority insurance litigation and advises on risk management along with health and safety issues.
‘The team is at the forefront of keeping clients informed of case law, regulatory and legislation changes that may impact the industry, particularly public sector clients.’
‘The group is approachable and readily available to offer advice and will listen to concerns and fully explore any issues.’
‘Through the team’s interaction with clients and with each other there is a family feel and that the group is all working to the same aim, to deliver an excellent service to clients.’
Municipal Mutual Insurance Limited
Insurance London Consortium
Professional negligence Tier 4
Browne Jacobson LLP is 'very strong in professional negligence' and it enjoys 'a national reputation' for handling claims involving lawyers, accountants, surveyors, valuers, financial institutions, IFAs, insurance brokers, actuaries and architects. The team is also engaged on disputes involving new and emerging professions and it is 'innovative in the services that are provided'. The 'brilliant' Ed Anderson defended a firm of solicitors against a claim arising out of what was the largest ever divorce settlement in the UK. The team 'perfectly combines a comprehensive understanding of the factual and legal issues involved, with a commercial and strategic overview'.
Jim Hobsley is exceptionally good; he combines both an academic and commercial awareness, has very good client skills, and explains complicated matters in a clear, direct manner.
Ed Anderson is a highly qualified but approachable partner; he can be trusted to deal with difficult cases in a professional but strong way.
Lisa Henty has a good grasp of cases and the parties involved.
Jonathan Newbold is absolutely stand-out in terms of service and commercial advice.
Jim Hobsley is the lawyer that you want on your side; he founds everything on a complete mastery of all aspects of his cases that ensures that he is the lawyer who is able and going to control the case from the outset.
International General Insurance Company
Tokio Marine HCC
Venture capital Tier 4
Although it has significantly enhanced its investor client base in recent years, Browne Jacobson LLP's core strength lies in acting for investees throughout their investment lifecycle. The firm's 'flexible, proactive and commercial approach' is underscored by its innovative 'Grow' programme, which has successfully attracted a base of early-stage disruptive tech clients, providing them with ongoing legal support as well as the provision of fixed-fee rates for more substantive legal queries. London-based partner Jon Snade has been instrumental to the evolution of the 'Grow' product and has cultivated numerous clients within the insurtech space as a result of it. Birmingham-based partner Mike Jackson is noted for his work for both investors and investees across a range of sectors, including automotive technology.
‘The firm’s ‘Grow’ programme is a massive benefit to start-ups.‘
‘Very cost-effective compared to others in the market.‘
‘The firm has impressive credentials in the insurtech space.‘
‘Jon Snade is responsive, measured and efficient.‘
Enro Holdings Limited (T/A Digital Risks)
Eos Venture Partners
Next Fifteen Communications Group plc
Coconut Platform Limited (T/A Coconut)
Mobeus Equity Partners
Digital Fineprint Limited
Public inquiry work is a strong point for Browne Jacobson LLP’s public law offering, which operates from offices in London and Nottingham. A recent representative matter involved practice co-heads Laura Hughes and Richard Barlow advising the Northern Ireland Audit Office on the Renewable Heat Incentive Inquiry. The team’s client roster includes a substantial number of regulatory bodies in the environment, healthcare and education sectors, and Ros Foster advises a range of regulatory and health clients in judicial review challenges and disciplinary investigations, among other matters. The team often advises its clients on mitigation strategies to prevent future judicial reviews.
‘A firm that punches above its weight; one of the market leaders in public law‘
‘Professional, timely and extremely helpful‘
‘Ros Foster has immense practical knowledge and expertise and provides thoughtful, detailed and committed advice‘
‘Gerard Hanratty provides excellent, authoritative support‘
‘Ros Foster has a real enthusiasm and commitment to the cases that she’s involved in‘
Professional Standards Authority
The Money Advice Service
South Yorkshire & Bassetlaw Integrated Care System
Mid and South Essex Sustainability and Transformation Partnership (STP)
Northern Ireland Audit Office
The Pension’s Advisory Service
Construction: contentious Tier 5
Browne Jacobson LLP's contentious team advises on both national and international projects, with cross-sector experience in development, energy and insurance. The 'personable' Tim Claremont leads the firm's construction and engineering team and has been advising Heatherwick on its bid to be appointed as architect for British Land's redevelopment of Canada Water in South London. Senior associate William Barrington is another key member of the team.
‘The team is very responsive and quick to provide the required support.’
‘When working together, the advisers feel like an extension of our in-house team.’
‘Tim Claremont and Mark Stubbs are very personable and easy to work with, giving the required advice and assistance at the right time.’
‘Mark Stubbs, in particular, works well, providing clear advice in a supportive and calm manner.’
Alpha Real Capital/Biomass Energy Renewables
North Bristol NHS Trust
Edina Power Services
Fintech Tier 5
Browne Jacobson LLP's 'proactive and commercial' team acts for high-growth fintech and insurtech businesses and investors in investment rounds and fundraising, and also advises more broadly on regulatory issues, such as FCA applications and GDPR, commercial agreements and contentious matters. In the insurtech space the group provides clients with full-service legal advice, ranging from employee matters to IT projects involving IP provisions, liability provisions and various other contractual elements. Corporate partner Jon Snade handles a high volume of funding round deals and transactions for fintech clients and investors, whereas Jonathan Edwards (who joined the firm's banking practice in 2018) has notable strength and depth in the p2p lending space.
Digital Fineprint Limited
Enro Holdings Limited (T/A Digital Risks)
Eos Venture Partners
Coconut Platform Limited (previously Monizo Ltd) (T/A Coconut)
Hastee Pay Limited
Champerty Ltd (T/A AxiaFunder)
Founders of Dinghy Ltd
Fraud: civil Tier 5
Browne Jacobson LLP advises on both counter-fraud and asset recovery strategies. Areas of expertise include cross-border insolvency, multi-jurisdictional fraud claims, financial crime, director misfeasance, litigation and counter-fraud measures. Client sectors include financial services, health, education, retail, commercial and insurance. Nicholas Pontt and Birmingham-based Paul Wainwright head the team. John Adams was promoted to partner. Former team head Dominic Offord left the firm for Howard Kennedy LLP.
‘A firm but pragmatic approach’.
‘Superb client-handling skills’.
‘A team approach to litigation’.
The Trustee of the substantially consolidated SIPA liquidation of Bernard L. Madoff Investment Securities LLC and Bernard Madoff
Marble Arch Insurance
Plymouth City Council
Intellectual property Tier 6
The team at Browne Jacobson LLP is 'very knowledgeable in all aspects of IP, giving strong sound advice' and has particular retail sector expertise; it also has significant experience in the automotive, construction, telecoms, banking and engineering sectors. Declan Cushley leads the team and has a notable focus on brand work, while Giles Parsons handles a range of trade mark and patent litigation. Former head of patents Kathleen Murphy Fox joined EIP.
‘Browne Jacobson has a willingness to engage with clients to understand the concerns in a wider context, addressing these concerns while providing sound legal advice.‘
Gamelink International Ltd
Heatherwick Studio Ltd
KIKO UK Ltd
Triumph Motorcycles Ltd
KLK Forte Industry Inc (t/a Honey Punch)
QMS Holdings Limited
Iconic London (Holdings) Limited
Employment: employers Tier 7
Browne Jacobson LLP's impressive client roster includes both companies and senior executives in the retail, financial services, education and healthcare sectors, among them international fashion brands, multi-academy trusts and NHS bodies. The team represents clients in employment tribunal claims, as well as advising on immigration matters, day-to-day issues such as employment contracts, and internal procedures. Raymond Silverstein, who heads the London employment practice, also acts for public bodies and employers in the manufacturing and IT sectors, while senior associate Heather Mitchell specialises in advising educational institutions.
TJX Europe (t/a TK Maxx)
Fresh and Wild Limited (t/a Whole Foods Market)
The Eliot Foundation Academies Trust
Issey Miyake UK Limited
Lion Academies Trust
Mr Bruno Iksil
SMCP UK Limited (Sandro, Maje, Claudie Pierlot)
Hiscox Insurance Limited
University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust
Browne Jacobson LLP > Firm Profile
The firm: Browne Jacobson offers a comprehensive range of quality legal services, straightforward advice, pricing and product innovation and exceptional client service. We work in close partnership to deliver tailored strategic solutions to our diverse client base which includes:
- UK based and international blue chip corporates;
- local and owner managed businesses;
- major insurers;
- education organisations;
- local and central government and other public bodies;
- NHS trusts.
We take our commitment to corporate social responsibility very seriously and to us this means being a great place to work, a great partner to work with, supporting our local communities and thinking about the impact we have on the environment.
Over the last 10 years the firm has seen consecutive organic growth which can be attributed to its successful sector based strategy and a UK network of five offices in Birmingham, Exeter, London, Manchester and Nottingham.
Type of work undertaken:
We work with a broad range of businesses across various sectors and service lines including: real estate, construction & engineering, leisure, logistics, automotive, commercial services, corporate services, litigation, banking services and international in addition to the below:
Insurance: The insurance team are trusted legal advisors to insurers, brokers and policy holders. We have clients across the London insurance and reinsurance markets. Specialist teams provide a complete range of services to insurance sector clients across all lines of business and in commercial, corporate and FCA regulatory matters.
Technology: The technology team advises on a wide spectrum of IT disciplines, such as, digital transformation, disruptive technologies (e.g.; AI, blockchain, IOT), online and apps, cloud computing, ERP and PSA transactions, mobile devices, e-commerce, licensing, cyber and data security/protection, GDPR, IT disputes and tech corporate transactions. The team’s expertise is across sectors, in particular insurance, health, central and local government, retail, financial services, education, construction and manufacturing. It has a strong and innovative ‘Grow’ programme for start-ups that it advises, supports and mentors. The team is also known for its long standing track record of advising on large scale, critical, complex IT transactions, implementation and outsourcing projects, including high profile transaction involving national critical infrastructure systems.
Retail: Our retail team is renowned for dealing with complex, time-challenging matters and making them happen – a great reputation to have and one which really benefits our retail clients in this challenging, ‘two-tier’ market. Our market leading luxury retail practice, boasts some of the world’s leading luxury brands and is known as the ‘go to’ firm in this area, assisting with IP and brand enforcement work, information technology, real estate, employment and commercial dispute resolution.
Browne Jacobson’s Financial Services practice provides specialist strategic advice across the FS markets. The regulatory part of the team works with senior managers, in-house legal and compliance advisers on business-critical conduct, prudential and governance matters, as well as ‘perimeter issues’ affecting FS and other firms. The practice also boasts a dedicated disputes team that is recognised as a leader in litigation funding and finance and focuses on cross-border advisory and contentious services, including insolvency. The team’s current most high profile role is as UK Counsel to the Trustee of the Liquidation of Bernard L. Madoff Investment Securities LLC.
Widely regarded as a true heavyweight in this area. The firm is one of the few national law firms that has a genuinely dedicated public law practice. Serving an enviable array of public and third sector clients and well known for advising on corporate governance and compliance issues, judicial reviews and large scale procurement, and planning and regeneration projects. Other specialisms include employment, health and safety and liability litigation.
The firm has a long standing nationwide reputation for providing expert legal advice to education clients across the full range of legal practice areas. Regarded as a genuine heavyweight and retained by many of the country’s most influential and well-known education providers. Often the first port of call for clients seeking advice and support on matters which are highly sensitive and attracting political and media attention and additionally has now advised on over 2000 academy projects.
Independently rated as one of the leading healthcare firms in the country, the health team provide specialist contentious and non-contentious legal advice to both the public and independent sectors. The team has been involved in a number of high profile national issues in the sector. The defendant clinical negligence team continues to be ranked nationally as one of the UK’s leading teams.
|Senior partner||Caroline Green|
|Managing partner||Iain Blatherwick|
|Academies and education||Mark Blois|
|Academies and education||Nick Mackenzie|
|Branding and marketing||Cerryg Jones|
|Branding and marketing||Alex Watt|
|Clinical negligence||Lorna Hardman|
|Commercial litigation||Jonathan Tardif|
|Commercial litigation||Nick Pontt|
|Corporate finance||Nigel Blackwell|
|Corporate finance||Richard Cox|
|Corporate finance||Gavin Cummings|
|Data protection||Ros Foster|
|Dispute resolution||Nick Pontt|
|Financial Services||Nick Pontt|
|Financial Services||Jeremy Irving|
|Fraud and asset recovery||Nick Pontt|
|Fraud and asset recovery||John Adams|
|Health law||Gerard Hanratty|
|Independent health||Clare Auty|
|Information technology||Anthony Nagle|
|Intellectual property||Declan Cushley|
|Life sciences||Giles Parsons|
|Personal injury||Bridget Tatham|
|Personal injury||Susan Mabbott|
|Professional indemnity||Derek Bambury|
|Professional indemnity||Jonathan Newbold|
|Property and development||Sarah Parkinson|
|Social housing||Barry Sully|
|Transport and logistics||Caroline Green|
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Staff FiguresNumber of UK partners : 150 Number of other UK fee-earners : 380
Top Tier Firm Rankings
- Local government
- Brand management
- IT and telecoms
- Professional discipline
- Art and cultural property
- Infrastructure (including PFI and PPP)
- Insurance and reinsurance litigation
- Media and entertainment (including media finance)
- Personal injury: defendant
- Professional negligence
- Venture capital
- Administrative and public law
- Construction: contentious
- Fraud: civil
- Intellectual property
- Employment: employers