Keith is a Partner in the London-based litigation team. He specialises in all aspects of property litigation, including landlord and tenant disputes; contested lease renewals under the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954; dilapidations; building claims; insolvency; covenant issues; service charge disputes; rent recovery and lease forfeiture; party wall claims; nuisance and almost all problems affecting commercial or residential property.
Keith continues to represent substantial PLCs, property investors, developers and individual clients.
Keith's other primary areas of expertise include corporate and individual insolvency, where he acts for and against insolvency practitioners, company directors, creditors and banks.
Other areas of specialisation in which Keith continues to advise include professional negligence; contentious probate and trusts, such as contested wills, intestacies, and 1975 Act claims; financial mis-selling; contested insurance claims; debt recovery; and business and trade disputes.
Keith adopts a hard, but commercial and pragmatic approach to most disputes. He has extensive experience in Mediation and Alternative Dispute Resolution.