Archive for August 2021

gunnercooke Co-Founder shortlisted at Best Business Women Awards

Sarah Goulbourne has been shortlisted for Best Businesswoman in Legal Services at the 2021 Best Businesswomen Awards. Sarah is Co-Founder of the gunnercooke, launching the firm alongside Darryl Cooke in 2010 and is responsible for recruiting and mentoring senior lawyers throughout their careers. She has previously been a finalist for Director of the Year for […]

An Overview of Interlink Recruitment’s Q&A with our Executive Chairman, Darryl Cooke

Since being founded in 2010, here at gunnercooke we have grown to a firm of around 300 Lawyers with the purpose of ‘making law inspiring’. This journey has involved a great deal of learning and adapting, to now be experienced in providing the best possible service to clients and an exceptional structure where our Lawyers […]

gunnercooke advises on application to distribute recovered assets from Lendy Limited administration

gunnercooke Partner Jeremy Goldring is acting for Lisa Taylor, who was appointed by the Court to be a representative respondent in an application made by Lendy’s Administrators (RSM) to determine how they should distribute the proceeds of assets they have recovered since they were appointed in May 2019. Andreas Gledhill QC and Carmine Conte were […]

Landlords – Are You Complying with the Letter of Your Tenants’ Rights?

Service charges are by far the most common source of disputes between residential tenants and their landlords. As an Upper Tribunal (UT) ruling showed, landlords who fail precisely to abide by the letter of leases when collecting them place themselves in financial jeopardy. A landlord’s managing agent served a demand on a residential tenant requiring […]

gunnercooke advises on £265,000 summons against Plumbing Pensions Trustees

gunnercooke Pensions Partner Parminder Latimer is advising Kamco Ltd in seeking more than £265,000 in damages from Plumbing Pensions Trustees. The summons argues that Plumbing Pensions, the Trustee of the pension scheme, has continued to actively promote the pension fund to prospective employers, despite being aware of mounting problems pertaining to orphan liabilities, and did […]