We welcome two new Principals, expanding capacity in both contentious and non-contentious real estate
We have recently appointed Daisy Waldren and Adrian McClinton as real estate principals in our Gatwick office.
Daisy brings over 10 years of experience working within real estate to EMW. She joins from Top 100 law firm Moore Barlow where she was a partner. Daisy previously worked at Top 10 firm Eversheds Sutherland.
Daisy has advised a wide variety of clients including businesses, private individuals, and public sector bodies on all aspects of commercial property work, including acquisitions and disposals. She has project managed the sale of land worth £30m to a national house builder and dealt with the refinance of a portfolio of 60 mixed use properties in South London with lending in excess of £7m.
Adrian brings over 15 years’ experience in real estate litigation. He joins from South of England-based solicitors Coffin Mew, where he was a partner.
Adrian’s clients have included developers and high net worth individuals. His clients have included landlords with portfolios of 70,000 properties. He recently represented a property developer in a High Court claim regarding a breach of the lease of a multi-million pound city centre development of roof space. He has also advised on disputes related to telecoms infrastructure, as well as all aspects of landlord and tenant law, both commercial and residential.
"Daisy and Adrian bring a wealth of diverse real estate experience to our already-strong Gatwick office. With a track record of providing clear and commercially focussed advice, they will make a fantastic addition to the real estate team."
Daisy Waldren says: “I’m delighted to be joining the team. EMW has a fantastic reputation and I look forward to working in the brilliant and growing Gatwick office."
Adrian says: “I’m very proud to be joining EMW’s superb team. I'm excited to play a part in the Gatwick team’s varied real estate work."
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If you would like further information on this update, please contact Terence Ritchie.