Tom is a property litigator, and heads up the firm’s Real Estate dispute resolution practice. He has over ten years’ experience acting for investors, developers, financial institutions, public sector clients and high net worth individuals, dealing with all aspects of real estate litigation and dispute resolution.
His experience extends to both commercial and residential properties across a number of sectors, and includes all forms of landlord and tenant disputes, 1954 Act lease renewals, dilapidations, rent review, possession claims, tenant insolvency, and also advisory work in relation to all aspects of pure property law.
Since qualifying as a solicitor in 2005, he has dealt with numerous property disputes in the High Court and County Courts, and also has particular experience acting for local authorities.
He joined Fox Williams in August 2015 having previously worked for a number of years at Mishcon de Reya, and more recently, Fieldfisher. He graduated in 2001 from Cambridge University.
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