Emma qualified as a solicitor in 2011 and is a Director in Brecher’s litigation team specialising in property litigation. She has experience in a range of commercial real estate litigation matters including advising clients on lease renewal issues, dilapidations and service charge claims, tenant insolvency, business rates liability and mitigation schemes, exercising and opposing break rights, advising developers and adjoining owners in relation to nuisance claims and rights to light, forfeiture of leases, rent arrears issues and breach of lease claims. She has worked for a number of high profile developers, landlords and LPA receivers in relation to contentious aspects of their property portfolios as well as advising well-known tenants on issues relating to their occupation of property.

Emma regularly speaks at both external and internal training events and seminars, including for the RICS, and has published a number of articles and legal briefings on contentious property issues. She acted on the reported cases of CIP Property (AIPT) Ltd v Transport for London [2012] EWHC 259 (Ch) and Re Teathers Ltd (in liquidation), Baroque Investments Ltd v Heis and another [2012] EWHC 2886 (Ch).

Emma is a member of the Property Litigation Association and recommended in Legal 500.