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Eversheds appoints renowned real estate litigator to London team

Eversheds appoints renowned real estate litigator to London team

  • United Kingdom

    18-09-2015

    Law firm Eversheds has appointed Stuart Wortley, the former Head of real estate litigation at Pinsent Masons as a partner in the firm.

    Stuart’s background is in advising clients in complex, high value property disputes. He is a very well-known figure in the real estate litigation market in Central London and is a former chairman of the Property Litigation Association.

    Stuart has extensive trial experience, recently representing the Claimants in Crossco No 4 Unlimited (and ors) v Jolan Limited (and ors) in the High Court in a 35-day trial which involved over 30 witnesses.

    The leading directories comment that Stuart: ‘has an instant grasp of everything and consistent accuracy, which make him a pleasure to instruct’ and that he ‘listens intently, doesn’t miss a thing and understands the business very well.’

    Commenting on his appointment, Stuart said:

    “I am delighted to be joining Eversheds, which has a highly regarded national real estate litigation practice. In particular, I look forward to working alongside Will Densham and the London team to build the practice further.”

    Paul Moorcroft, Head of Real Estate Litigation at Eversheds said:

    "Stuart is a high quality recruit that takes us to 12 real estate litigation partners in the UK alone, which is a testimony to the reputation and quality of the group as a whole. I very much look forward to working with Stuart to grow the national practice even further.”

    Will Densham, London Head of Real Estate Litigation said:

    “Our London real estate disputes practice is busier than ever and Stuart will be a real asset to the team as we continue to build upon our offering to clients.”

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