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European law firm Fieldfisher promotes ten lawyers to its partnership



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European law firm Fieldfisher has promoted ten lawyers to its partnership in the 2024 partner promotions round. The promotions will be effective 1 April 2024.

The promotions are in the firm's Dublin, London and Silicon Valley offices and cover a number of Fieldfisher's specialist areas including Financial Markets and Products, Real Estate and Personal Injury and Medical Negligence.

The partners are:

Alice Vink – London, Private Client

Alice is a personal tax and wealth planning specialist, with a particular focus on international structuring and wealth preservation. She works for individuals, families, trustees, family offices, charities and multinational organisations, providing advice on multijurisdictional wealth and business structures, including family governance and succession planning. She has particular experience in advising entrepreneurs with new wealth, family members with inherited wealth, and those managing well-established family structures looking to protect wealth and its transition to future generations.

Anna Crosby – London, Banking & Finance

Anna is a Banking and Asset Finance specialist. She specialises in Energy Finance and spearheads the Firm's ESG Finance offering, with a particular focus on the Energy Transition. She acts for UK and international lenders, corporate borrowers and investment and development funds. She has a broad Energy Finance practice working across the Renewables, Oil & Gas and Mining sectors where she acts for clients on corporate debt facilities, project financings and prepayment and trade financing facilities. 

Helen Thompson – London, Clinical Negligence

Helen is a very experienced medical negligence lawyer, achieving high-level settlement for claimants in cases against NHS hospital trusts, GPs, private doctors and hospitals. She also supports families at inquest. She regularly comments to the press on issues of public interest, including the provision of stroke care and better recognition of treatable sepsis, which is often fatal.

Jamie Mangan – London, Real Estate

Jamie advises clients on a full range of contentious property disputes and other property matters. He acts for developers, investors, occupiers, public sector bodies and high net worth individuals. His experience includes dilapidations, business lease renewals, break clauses, the recovery of arrears, tenant insolvency as well as real property issues. His practice also encompasses high value and complex rent review disputes, and he regularly acts on some of the most significant rent reviews in the market, or alternatively as the appointed legal assessor. He also has particular experience in professional negligence and rights of light.

Natalie Farmer – Silicon Valley, Technology & Data

Natalie is member of Fieldfisher's leading Technology and Data Group and is a Foreign Legal Consultant registered with the State of Bar California. Her practice focuses on advising technology companies with UK and European data protection and technology regulation compliance, as well as helping clients navigate legal issues in connection with the development and implementation of disruptive technologies including AI systems. Before joining Fieldfisher she worked with a US law firm advising transatlantic clients in the financial services, e-commerce, fashion, private equity, and technology sectors. She is an IAPP Certified Information Privacy Professional (Europe (CIPP/E)) and is an IAPP faculty member for the Artificial Intelligence Governance Professionals certification (AIGP).

Nathan Capone – London, Dispute Resolution

Nathan has extensive dispute resolution experience with a focus on complex fraud, investigations, injunctions, asset recovery and enforcement. He is a specialist in obtaining injunctive relief against 'persons unknown' to recover stolen assets and prevent proliferation of unlawfully acquired confidential information for both corporates and high-net worth private clients.  Acting for large multinational corporate bodies he has conducted a number of cross-border investigations involving fraud, corruption and bribery. Nathan's clients and cases involve household names including an international sports federation, a global financial services provider and FTSE 100 companies. Nathan also has an academic background in media law and regularly advises clients on issues of defamation and reputation management.

Simon Lafferty – London, Financial Markets & Products

Simon advises clients on financial regulation including the regulation of banking business, investment business, asset and investment management, retail lending, e-money and payment services. His recent work highlights include the restructuring of a significant European bank and advising clients on the consequences of the resolution of a UK bank. Legal 500 describes Simon as having an "excellent knowledge of financial products and structures" and is recommended for his fintech expertise for which the firm is highly ranked. Simon has also worked in-house at a large private equity firm, the London branch of an international commercial bank and a global investment bank.

Jonathan Moore – Dublin, Public & Regulatory

Jonathan specialises in planning and environmental law and has acted for entities in both the public and private sector for many years. His practice covers a broad range of sectors including industrial and residential development, waste, quarries, transport and energy projects. He is primarily an expert in public and administrative law, in particular with respect to domestic planning legislation. However, he also advises on all aspects of environmental assessment, including under the EU Environmental Impact Assessment, Habitats and Water Framework Directives. His work includes advising on statutory interpretation, decision-making, regulatory compliance, anticipated legislative change and litigation risk avoidance. He has acted in many high profile judicial review challenges to licences and consents for wind and solar farms, gas terminals and pipelines, strategic housing, data centres, road, industrial and wastewater developments. His areas of expertise also incorporate ESG, and he is Head of Fieldfisher Ireland's multi-disciplinary ESG team, which advises clients on all aspects of compliance and reporting for initiatives such as the Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive.        

Shaheen Mosquera – London, Industrial Disease

Shaheen is an experienced industrial disease lawyer, representing people exposed to asbestos due to the negligence of former employers. She has recovered millions of pounds in damages for clients facing the terrible disease mesothelioma. Shaheen regularly supports vital charities that campaign for wider understanding of asbestos cancer.

Robin Tubbs – London, Court of Protection (approved)

Robin specialises in Court of Protection work, focusing on managing complex deputyships for clients who have sustained catastrophic brain injuries due to serious accidents or medical negligence at birth. His expertise includes handling cases with complex cross-jurisdictional elements.

Fieldfisher Managing Partner, Robert Shooter, commented:

"I am delighted to welcome our new partners to the partnership, who will no doubt contribute to the success of Fieldfisher. I am also pleased that for the third consecutive year at least 50% of our new partners are women ensuring our commitment to our 2022-2025 strategy."

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