Amy specialises in employment, property and contentious trusts and probate law. A robust advocate, she appears regularly in tribunals, county courts, the Employment Appeal Tribunal and the High Court.
Amy has been called to the Bar of Gibraltar and has appeared there and advised on commercial and property matters in that jurisdiction.
She is an experienced adjudicator regularly dealing with claims in the aviation sector.
Amy acts and advises in a variety of commercial disputes particularly those with an employment or property angle or involving director disputes. She is experienced in minority shareholder disputes and s.499 unfair prejudice petitions and has dealt with a range of insolvency matters as well as diverse agency disputes.
Property & private client
Amy has expertise in both commercial and residential property work appearing in the High Court and county courts. She has acted for clients in landlord and tenant matters, boundary and easement disputes, disrepair and breach of covenant claims, forfeiture actions, business tenancy and residential possession proceedings, lease extension and enfranchisement proceedings as well as boundary and easement disputes. She has experience in unlawful eviction cases and devastavit.
She regularly advises on disputes involving the misrepresentation of property to purchasers and has also advised in a number of recent tree cases.
Amy’s work in this field includes disputes relating to trusts of land including constructive and resulting trusts as well as Inheritance Act matters, wills and probate.
Amy is an experienced tribunal advocate familiar with the spectrum of claims in that jurisdiction. Her cases include numerous claims of discrimination in in the financial and banking sector as well as unfair dismissal, redundancy, equal pay, insolvency and whistle-blowing actions. In recent years she has been involved in a number of high-profile multi-party trade union and TUPE disputes as well as advising and acting on cross-border service provision changes.
Clients have included multi-nationals, local government, Network Rail, the Metropolitan and City of London police as well as the journalism and charity sectors.
Amy’s practice extends into the civil courts where she has represented clients in claims of discrimination, wrongful dismissal and matters involving breaches of covenant such as confidentiality and restraint of trade.
Notable cases include Wardle v Credit Agricole and Investment Bank  IRLR 819.
Employment Lawyers Association, Employment Law Bar Association, Property Bar Association, Discrimination Law Association, Association of Contentious Trusts and Probate Practitioners.
Amy is a member of ELAAS and undertakes Pro Bono work.
Amy undertakes Direct Public Access work.
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