Greg Flett > Davidson Chalmers Stewart > Edinburgh, Scotland > Lawyer Profile
Davidson Chalmers Stewart Offices
12 HOPE STREET
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Experienced in acting for a wide range of business, from SMEs to blue chip companies and individuals in both commercial disputes and commercial property disputes. Recent work highlights include: advising in relation to multi-million pound construction dispute in relation to the redevelopment of three hotels in the highlands; acting in a claim for works carried out under service charge obligations and dilapidations exceeding £2,000,000; acting in a significant claim by the Coal Authority in respect of indemnities for subsidence, with cross-claims against three contractors; and advising a non-departmental government body on their departure from a large office building, including on issues relating to a complex and historic rent review as well as a claim for dilapidations and loss of rent claims exceeding £2,000,000.
Trained at McClure Naismith, qualifying in 2009. Joined Davidson Chalmers Stewart in 2012 as an Assistant, promoted to Partner in 2018.
Law Society of Scotland; Signet Accredited Solicitor in Commercial Litigation; Property Litigation Association; Society of Construction Law.
Bankhead Academy, Aberdeen; University of Aberdeen (2001 LLB Hons; 2002 DipLP); Robert Gordon University (LLM Construction Law, Arbitration and Adjudication).
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Lawyer Rankings(Next Generation Partners)
Davidson Chalmers Stewart has substantial expertise in commercial and residential property development work, which leads to a steady stream of instructions on landlord and tenant disputes, lease notice disputes, dilapidation claims and land sterilisation-related compensation claims, among others. Handling judicial review work constitutes another key area of expertise for the team led by Sheila Webster and including Greg Flett, who both handle the full range of property litigation work.
Davidson Chalmers Stewart handles contractual disputes, including breach of warranty claims, contract interpretation disputes and professional fee disputes as well as professional negligence claims against solicitors and engineers. Team head Sheila Webster is best known for her property litigation expertise and Greg Flett for his experience in construction-related disputes.
- Next Generation Partners - Scotland > Dispute resolution > Commercial litigation
- Next Generation Partners - Scotland > Real estate > Property litigation
- Property litigation - Scotland > Real estate
- Commercial litigation - Scotland > Dispute resolution
Top Tier Firm Rankings
- Real estate > Environment
- Real estate > Property litigation
- Private client > Agriculture and estates
- Real estate > Commercial property: Edinburgh and Glasgow
- Corporate and commercial > Corporate and commercial: Edinburgh and Glasgow
- Public sector > Health
- Dispute resolution > Commercial litigation
- Real estate > Construction
- Projects, energy and natural resources > Energy (excluding oil and gas)