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Commercial Litigation, Company & Partnership, Private Client:Trusts & Probate
Naomi’s practice covers litigation, drafting and advisory work across the full range of commercial chancery and chancery matters, but with particular focus on partnership and LLPs. Her practice also covers probate and trust matters. In her partnership work, Naomi represents clients in litigation (both at hearings and at the settlement stage), advises on internal issues within partnerships/LLPs and undertakes non-contentious advisory and drafting work, both for firms and individuals.
Naomi was called to the bar in 2006 after graduating with a first class degree. She spent the following year working as a research assistant in the Law Commission’s Family, Property and Trust Team. Reported cases include: Reinhard v Ondra  EWHC 26 (Ch);  EWHC 1869 (Ch) (nature of member’s interest in an LLP)• Malik v Fassenfelt  EWCA Civ 798 (CA) (property; possession; trespassers; Art 8) • Mehta v Steinbeck-Reeves (2012) (CC) (partnership; account; partnership property; application of s 24 PA 1890)• Castledine v Bentley Jennison (a firm)  EWHC 2363 (Ch) (HC) (partnership; retention of share of goodwill after retirement): • Kahlon v Isherwood  EWCA Civ 602 (CA) (landlord & tenant; whether a Tomlin order a HA 1988 prescribed form)• TWM Trust Corporation Ltd v AG  All ER (D) 139 (May) (HC) (wills; charities; gift to an unincorporated association).
Naomi is a contributor to the APP Newsletter; Mellows: Taxation for Executors and Trustees and Practical Law.
Chancery Bar Association and the Association of Partnership Practitioners
Hewett School and sixth form; University of Leicester (2005 LLB 1st).
Lawyer Rankings(Partnership - Leading juniors) Ranked: Tier 2
Praised for being ‘as good as it gets for partnership issues‘ members of Ten Old Square have a strong reputation for partnership disputes and advisory work. ‘Clever strategist‘ Jeremy Callman focuses on litigating partnership and LLP disputes, as well as advising managing partners on internal issues. Naomi Winston represents firms and individuals and partners, and has developed a strong advisory practice, in relation to internal issues and partnership documentation.