Alice specialises in commercial litigation with a particular focus on property and employment litigation. She has considerable expertise on advising clients on a vast array of matters including advising a client on opposing a redevelopment of a graveyard, on the nuances of the Localism Act 2011, a complicated TUPE transfer, and a failed asset purchase of a School.
She has successfully defended a contempt of court application in the Court of Protection, been awarded a very advantageous judgment for a client in a long running Partnership dispute (with indemnity costs being awarded for part of the proceedings) and successfully defended a Landlord and Tenant Act 1954 claim on behalf of a Landlord.
Clients appreciate Alice’s tenacity and desire to win, but at the same time her practical and approachable manner. Alice has also had an article published in the Estates Gazette – ‘Planning the Use it Yourself’, Estates Gazette, 21 January 2017, 69 (co-authored with David Sawtell) (LTA 1954, section 30(1)(g) and planning issues).