Mackrell.Solicitors recruits experienced property litigator

Posted on Friday July 3, 2020

Mary Brennan

London-based international law firm, Mackrell.Solicitors, has welcomed a new experienced solicitor to its property disputes team as it sees a surge in interest for its specialist support.

The full-service firm has appointed Mary Brennan to join its fast-growing property dispute department based on her extensive expertise.

Mary specialises in property disputes, dealing with both residential and commercial property litigation, providing concise and tailored advice to a broad spectrum of commercial and private clients.

She has experience in complex property litigation, having acted on behalf of large telecommunications operators in the implementation of new legislation which has seen her progressing applications to the Upper Tribunal (Lands Chamber).

Mary has also gained invaluable experience dealing with the full range of landlord and tenant disputes, including commercial lease renewals, rent and service charge recovery, possession proceedings, disrepair issues and interpretation of complex landlord and tenant lease covenants.

Speaking about her appointment to the award-winning firm, Mary said: “I am excited to be joining Mackrell.Solicitors and its property disputes team.

“I know that my expertise and experience will prove useful during these challenging times for those in the property industry.”

Mary will also bring her specialist housing and residential property advice to Mackrell.Solicitors clients who are managing large property portfolios.

Nigel Rowley, Managing Partner at Mackrell.Solicitors, said: “Mary’s addition to our team will help us to support to more clients with property issues. We anticipate a surge in property disputes and litigation in general in the months and years to come following the fallout from the pandemic, so we are very well placed to assist.

“It is important that we have the skills, expertise and capacity to serve the needs of the property industry as it seeks to settle issues that have arisen from this crisis.”