Liz is involved in a wide range of planning work for both public and private sector clients
Liz has advised on numerous regeneration and development schemes which has included drafting and negotiating planning agreements and providing strategic advice on planning, environmental impact assessment, minerals, highways, compulsory purchase and infrastructure matters. Liz's involvement with such work has spanned into a range of sectors including education, retail, housing, care homes, and mining and minerals. Notably Liz is currently involved in the regeneration of the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and the surrounding area acting for the London Legacy Development Corporation.
Liz's work has also included assisting on appeals, inquiries and judicial reviews. Notably, Liz was responsible for the project management of complex judicial review claims on behalf of the University of Sheffield and the London Borough of Croydon which were successfully defeated in both the High Court and Court of Appeal.
The link between purpose-led businesses, ‘B Corp’ certification and the Better Business Act
Rob is an employment law specialist, with extensive experience advising on a full range of UK employment law, with contentious and non contentious experience.
Andrew is a Senior Associate with a wide range of experience in commercial dispute resolution, including in the fields of litigation, arbitration and various forms of Alternative Dispute Resolution, such as mediation.
Jennifer has considerable experience in dispute resolution and avoidance advice in relation to a wide variety of construction and engineering projects.
Consultant, Senior Practice Development Lawyer
Sharon is a consultant with significant experience in advising financial institutions, corporates, governmental authorities and not-for-profit entities across a broad range of finance transactions, including debt capital markets, structured finance and securitisation, project finance, corporate finance, bank lending and debt restructuring, as well as on financial regulatory matters.