Hamlins’ Real Estate department builds on strong reputation with hires

Law firm Hamlins is growing its Real Estate department in response to client demand with the hire of Associate Adam Gross, which comes as a further boost to the team after partner Kate Andrews joined the firm earlier this year.

Adam Gross joins as an Associate in the Real Estate team from Mishcon de Reya. Adam also specialises in property litigation and covers a wide range of clients including property investment companies, large corporates, retailers, smaller property owning companies and high net worth individuals, in particular those with national property portfolios. He has been involved in a mix of High Court and County Court litigation, actions in the Leasehold Valuation Tribunal and also in mediations. He is a member of the Property Litigation Association and the London Solicitors Litigation Association.

The firm has a strong reputation for Real Estate work, with a loyal following in the West End property market in particular. Its expansion plans come as a result of client demand and include the appointment of partner Kate Andrews earlier this year from Browne Jacobson, where she had been a partner for three years. She specialises in property litigation and advises on a wide variety of contentious property-related disputes.

Mark Hurst, Partner and Head of Real Estate said Adam was the latest addition to a strong practice: “Hamlins Real Estate team is now over 35-strong and includes 12 partners. We are very fortunate to work for some great clients including Ted Baker, Leon Restaurants, PPHE (formerly Park Plaza Hotels) and National Car Parks (NCP). Adam’s experience and background makes him a fantastic addition to the team.”