Bolton, United Kingdom
Louise and her team represent businesses of all sizes from small owner lead firms to much larger organisations. They also represent local authorities, housing associations, builders, developers, landlords and tenants of commercial properties and landlords of residential properties.
Louise’s areas of specialism include:
Louise recently completed a short secondment working in house with a recoveries team assisting them in improving their processes and collection rates and giving advice and training.
Louise trained at Stephensons and has been with the firm since qualifying in 2004.
LPC - Commendation
Recommended in the 2015 Legal 500.
Appearing at Court of Appeal representing the claimant in James v Wright, a Court of Appeal case concerning PPI payments received by a supervisor of an IVA following the completion and issue of a certificate of completion from the former supervisor.
Acting for a minority shareholder who had been excluded from a business in obtaining value for his shareholding, and pension fund. Negotiating and drafting the share sale agreement.
Acting for a business owner for a chain of public houses in establishing proprietary estoppel and enforcement of loss of profits claim against a brewery landlord following serious dilapidations and disrepair of a property where a lease had not been executed.
Acting for a manufacturer in a large multi-party action defending a product liability claim, including a counter-action brought against a supplier. The case was heard at the technology and construction court. The case was high value but also had a great significance within the industry.