Rosalind Nunoo

Solicitor

Immigration

020 8290 7982 Email Rosalind

Solicitor - Immigration Law

Ros provides a friendly and personalised service. This is important because each case is different and each client is different. Therefore Ros focuses on your specific needs and this is true whether you are:

  • a business bringing key people into the UK;
  • an entrepreneur who wants to do business and live in the UK;
  • an individual who wants to work or study in the UK;
  • An individual who wants to make arrangements for your children or other family members to study or go to school in the UK

The rules governing immigration law can be complex and sometimes difficult to understand. Ros will explain the options that are open to you and then make sure that we take the best course of action – one that achieves the outcome that you want.

Ros qualified as a solicitor in 2006 and has over a decade of experience in dealing with all aspects of Immigration and Human Rights cases. Ros also deals with European Legislation and the effect of this in UK immigration rules and issues.

Ros says – “I am absolutely passionate about what I do. From helping people into more rewarding and stable lives to enabling businesses to operate and create jobs in the UK, my job is about making people happy and what could be better than that!”


Alice Lithgow (Anderson)

Solicitor

Charity

Corporate Litigation & Dispute Resolution

Personal Litigation & Dispute Resolution

020 7481 6396 Email

Alice is a commercial and civil litigator with over 12 years’ experience in the City of London. She has a broad practice which includes commercial litigation, insolvency, fraud and church and charity disputes.

Case highlights include:-

  • Acting for representatives of a consortium of over 150 shareholders with regard to the recovery of losses in relation to a PLC in administration
  • Advising a financial services company on insurance coverage issues in relation to claims made in respect of unregulated collective investment schemes
  • Settling a claim referred to arbitration in Sri Lanka
  • Acting in Part 8 charity proceedings in the High Court Chancery Division involving committal proceedings against a number of Defendants
  • Obtaining an injunction on behalf of a church to prevent access to the premises and advising a church in a dispute with its network
  • Representing a Defendant in a 16 week trial in the Commercial Court in a claim brought by 500 Claimants against the providers of investment schemes for (amongst other matters) dishonest assistance and breach of trust
  • Representing a Claimant in relation to a multi-million pound fraud involving the alleged dumping of waste materials
  • Obtaining a freezing order against an employee who had allegedly misappropriated monies from the company’s bank account
  • Advising a Russian client seeking advice after his bankruptcy had been discharged on the effect of a freezing order obtained prior to the bankruptcy
  • Obtaining a judgment for damages in a high profile claim brought pursuant to the Protection from Harassment Act
  • Acting for a high profile client in bringing a claim against the police for wrongful arrest
  • Securing a settlement for a director defending a claim brought for misfeasance pursuant to s212 Insolvency Act 1986 and numerous other insolvency cases
  • Representing a New Zealand client at a Privy Council hearing concerning Maori land rig•hts
  • Acting for Claimants in a class action against the UK government in one of the first cases brought under the Human Rights Act.

Professional Associations:-

  • London Solicitors Litigation Association
  • Lawyers Christian Fellowship

Press and publications

  • “Making recoveries in bankruptcy situations” – Business Money, March 2010
  • “Nearly free speech” – an article looking at lessons to be learned on privilege following the judgment in Mayer –v- Hoar [2012], Commercial Litigation Journal, September/October 2012

Richard Cunningham

Head of Surrey Operations

Solicitor

Commercial Property

Residential Conveyancing

01372 750100 email Richard

Richard leads our Wellers Hedleys team across our three Surrey offices. He has over ten years’ experience specialising in all aspects of property law including:

  • Sale and purchase of freehold and leasehold land
  • Development
  • Option agreements
  • Secured lending
  • Residential and commercial leases
  • Lease extensions
  • Enfranchisement
  • Transfers of equity
  • Equity release
  • Shared Ownership
  • Declarations of trust

Richard has acted for private individuals (both domestic and foreign-based), high profile sport and entertainment professionals and property developers as well as managing the property portfolios of a number of his commercial clients.

Prior to joining Wellers, Richard headed up two award-winning legal teams and has been instrumental in their ongoing growth and continuing success.

Having qualified in London, Richard is based in Surrey and has a detailed knowledge of the local area which adds useful context to his advice. He is known for his personable and pragmatic approach to achieve the best possible outcomes for his clients quickly and efficiently.


Sally Andrews

Solicitor

Power of Attorney, Wills, Trusts & Estate

01732 446362 Email

Sally is a Solicitor in the Wills, Trusts and Probate department at Wellers Reece-Jones in Sevenoaks


Sangeeta Rabadia

Solicitor

Power of Attorney, Wills, Trusts & Estate

020 7481 6386 Email Sangeeta

Sangeeta qualified as a solicitor in 2012 and joined the Wellers team in June 2018 as Head of Private Client services in our London Office.

Her specialisms include wills, probate and contentions probate and trusts. She also advices extensively in estate planning, lasting powers of attorney and Court of Protection work.

Sangeeta is also a Trust & Estate Practitioner (TEP) and a full member of the Society of Trust & Estate Practitioner (STEP) and sits as a member on the STEP Member’s Committee. She is also asked to regularly to speak and present on her specialist topics at various engagements.

In her spare time, Sangeeta is a regular volunteer within her local community and enjoys spending time with her family.

 


Parmjit Bhogal

Solicitor

Company & Commercial Law

Data Protection

Governance Audits

Healthcare Sector

020 7481 6395 Email

Parmjit qualified as a solicitor in 2003 after completing his studies at University College, London and Queen Mary College, London. He joined Wellers Law Group in 2015.

Parmjit has wide ranging experience as a corporate and commercial lawyer especially in the technology and healthcare fields. He regularly advises on mergers and acquisitions transactions, management buy-outs, venture capital/private equity transactions, joint ventures and collaboration agreements.

He is also widely experienced in dealing with day to day commercial issues faced by companies, such as trade mark and brand protection, advising on terms of business and Companies Act compliance matters. He acts for a range of business clients including individuals, partnerships, start ups and SMEs that operate in a number of business sectors.


Peter Spencer

Solicitor

Academies

Charity

Faith-based Organisations

Governance Audits

020 7481 6394 Email Peter

Peter is an experienced Charity Solicitor working alongside the Head of Department Paul Martin at our London office.
Peter advises charities on a wide range of legal matters including the establishment of and incorporation of charities, constitutional amendments, mergers, charity governance and powers contained in the Charities Acts. Peter has previously advised on academy conversions, complex first registrations of charity land, permanent endowment issues and most recently the takeover of a School.

Peter is a Trustee of four grant making charities and a member of the Charity Law Association.

In his spare time he enjoys cooking, running and watching Tottenham Hotspur Football Club.

 

 


Kerry Haynes

Solicitor

Residential Conveyancing

020 8290 7989 Email Kerry

Solicitor - Residential conveyancing, Re-mortgages and Legal Charges, Transfers of Equity and Transfer of Matrimonial Homes, Conveyancing for high net worth clients, Buy to lets, Lease Extensions and variations

Kerry says – “For the majority of people, a property transaction will be the most expensive matter they will deal with during their lives. It is therefore important to me that this is a smooth process for our clients. I work closely with local Estate Agents and brokers in order to help our clients achieve their goals and objectives within a stress-free environment”.

Kerry is a keen Arsenal FC supporter visits the Emirates Stadium whenever the opportunity arises. Kerry’s other interests include fitness and she has climbed the O2!


Deena Iqbal

Solicitor

Power of Attorney, Wills, Trusts & Estate

01372 750110 Email Deena

Deena is a senior solicitor in our Private Client department. She studied French at University College London and then undertook her legal training at The College of Law. She qualified as a solicitor in 2010 and since then has specialised in private client work including administration of estates, particularly high value estates with foreign elements. Deena also advises on Wills, and inheritance tax planning for individuals and business owners. She also deals with the creation and general administration of trusts, and Court of Protection Work including Lasting Powers of Attorney and advice to attorneys.

Deena speaks fluent French and is an affiliate member of the Society of Trusts and Estate Practitioners. She is a keen artist in her spare time.


Susan Heads

Solicitor

Commercial Property

Corporate Litigation & Dispute Resolution

Residential Conveyancing

020 8295 1989 Email Susan

Consultant - Commercial & Residential Property

Susan Heads joined Wellers Law Group LLP as a Consultant in 2016, having previously run her own practice in Chislehurst since the late 1990s. She specialises in residential and commercial conveyancing and commercial litigation.

Susan enjoys cycling, walking and church bell ringing.


Leon Hines

Solicitor

Company & Commercial Law

Corporate Litigation & Dispute Resolution

Personal Litigation & Dispute Resolution

020 8290 7996 Email Leon

Leon advises clients on a wide range of corporate, commercial and regulatory matters, often in the context of dispute resolution. He has over 20 years’ experience in England and Wales as well as other jurisdictions. In that time, he has acted in matters at the highest level concerning the following areas of law: contracts, company law/shareholders’ rights and obligations, partnerships, professional negligence, banking, defamation/reputation management, product liability and construction.

In addition to his competence across a wide range of practice areas, Leon is an expert in Sale of Goods Law (relating to both business to business transactions, and business to consumer transactions) with more than 15 years’ experience in advising corporations in this area of the law; and he is a specialist in the duties of trustees-in-bankruptcy. He acted for the claimants in Oraki & Oraki v Bramston and Defty [2014] EWHC 2982 before Nicholas Strauss QC and Oraki & Oraki v Bramston and Defty [2017] EWCA Civ 403 before the Court of Appeal, which established for the first time that a bankrupt may have a personal cause of action against a trustee-in-bankruptcy in common law (e.g. in negligence, based on personal loss), and thus such a claim may be brought outside the scope (and limitations) of the Insolvency Act 1986.

 Notable matters also include Seaga v Harper (No 2) [2009] UKPC 26 in which Leon successfully appeared before the Privy Council for a former Prime Minister of Jamaica.

 Leon acts for a wide variety of clients, ranging of from listed companies and very high net worth individuals to modest owner managed SMEs. He is also equally comfortable acting for either insolvency practitioners, creditors, debtors or bankrupts in personal insolvency matters.

 Leon also has a strong sense of social responsibility and has been involved in a number of worthwhile efforts such as persuading the relevant authorities to reduce Air Passenger Duty to the Caribbean so that it matched, rather than exceeded, other similarly distant destinations; and advocating for the increase in the bankruptcy threshold from £750 to £5,000 in 2015 in order to prevent vulnerable persons being made bankrupt for relatively small liabilities, such as Council Tax.