Sasha Hinton > Womble Bond Dickinson (UK) LLP > Bristol, England > Lawyer Profile

Womble Bond Dickinson (UK) LLP
3 TEMPLE QUAY
TEMPLE BACK EAST
BRISTOL
BS1 6DZ
England

Work Department

Property litigation

Position

Sasha is a partner in the property disputes team and specialises in dispute resolution involving all aspects of property management and general commercial property disputes.

Sasha has particular expertise in commercial landlord and tenant disputes and strategic management of national portfolios (including complex 1954 Act opposed and non-opposed lease renewals, dilapidations, rent reviews, consents and termination). Other areas of specialism include development disputes, rights of way, restrictive covenants, rights of light, boundaries and title disputes and advising on the construction and implementation of option agreements and overage. Sasha acts for a wide range of household names in several sectors including retail, developers and investor, energy and transport. She also advises numerous public sector clients, acting for several local authorities and leading on property disputes work for the Ministry of Justices’ national portfolio.

Career

Qualified 2004; solicitor, Bond Pearce 2004; associate, Bond Pearce 2007; senior associate, Bond Pearce 2012; senior associate, Bond Dickinson on merger 2013; managing associate, Womble Bond Dickinson (UK) LLP 2017; partner, Womble Bond Dickinson (UK) LLP 2019.

Memberships

Law Society; Property Litigation Association

Lawyer Rankings

South West > Real estate > Property litigation

(Next Generation Partners)

Sasha HintonWomble Bond Dickinson (UK) LLP

With a ‘strong team of partners and associates who bring different skill-sets to bear in a property-related dispute’, Womble Bond Dickinson (UK) LLP covers commercial, residential and agricultural matters with its Bristol-based team. Dilapidations, contested rating appeals and restrictive covenants form part of practice head James Rees‘ advisory offering. Sasha Hinton specialises in general commercial disputes and is ‘commercial, assured and has great tactical acuity’. Managing associate Naomi Cunningham left the firm in June 2022.