Profile submitted by Simon Jelf
Exclusively partnership and LLP law. Deals with a wide variety of partnership/LLP matters, from the drafting of agreements to the resolution of disputes, whether involving litigation, mediation or negotiation. He is known for his hands-on, commercial approach. Has wide experience in issues surrounding dissolution, retirement and expulsion, including contested expulsions, compulsory retirement and the enforceability of restrictive covenants, on behalf of both individual partners and firms. His clients include both large and small firms of solicitors, accountants and other professionals, as well as a range of other businesses. He has particular expertise in medical partnerships within the NHS.
Association of Partnership Practitioners.
Called to the Bar (Gray's Inn) 1996. Law Commission 1996-98, principally involved with the review of partnership law. Joined Partnership Counsel (Chambers of Roderick I'Anson Banks) in 1999. Lectures widely on partnership and LLP related subjects.
Editor of the third supplement to the 19th edition of Lindley & Banks on Partnership; Contributor to the 'Encyclopedia of Professional Partnerships'.
Educated at John Taylor High School, Burton-upon-Trent, and University of East Anglia. Leisure pursuits include property renovation and golf. Lives in Buckinghamshire.