‘Notable strength’ in property litigation hailed by Legal 500

Property litigation has again been hailed as being a key strength at Sintons by Legal 500 2022, with its quality of legal advice and client service both winning praise.

The specialist department attracts work both regionally and nationally, with key client bases including public sector organisations and high net worth individuals.

Legal 500 points to its “notable strength” in both residential and commercial property disputes, spanning matters ranging from lease renewals, forfeiture and dilapidation claims, to contentious contractual and possession issues.

Partner Angus Ashman is hailed as “cerebral” – and associate Aimee Hubbard, who is again named as a rising star, both win praise for their work in this area. She is described as being “well prepared, focused and sensitive to what was needed to resolve the dispute efficiently and effectively”.

Partner Graeme Ritzema is noted as a specialist in healthcare matters, and is said to be a “key contact” for hospital trusts and primary care providers.

Christopher Welch, managing partner of Sintons, says: “For many years, we have been regarded as a go-to advisor in the very specialist field of property litigation, supporting clients from across the country to resolve matters efficiently and to secure the best possible result. This has been a significant area of development for us recently, and our reputation and profile in this area have both risen accordingly.

“It is very pleasing to see Legal 500 recognising the strength we have in the team and the outstanding legal and client service we deliver in each and every matter. Our people are key to what we do and Angus, Aimee and Graeme are all rightfully named as being specialists in their field, having built reputations regionally and nationally for their expertise.”

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