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Fieldfisher hires London real estate partner

04/04/2014

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European law firm Fieldfisher has continued to strengthen its London real estate team by hiring partner Thelma Marshall from Hunton & Williams.

European law firm Fieldfisher has continued to strengthen its London real estate team by hiring partner Thelma Marshall from Hunton & Williams. Thelma will start on 2nd April.

Thelma advises institutional investors, developers and property companies on the acquisition, disposal and management of investment properties. She is also recognised for her expertise in acting for developers in property development including energy projects, as well as banks and other financial institutions in property finance transactions.

Thelma also has significant experience of advising clients on the real estate aspects of acquisitions, divestitures and projects and infrastructure development as well as public and private sector initiatives involving commercial property. In addition to acting for clients in the financial services sector, Thelma has a strong track record of advising clients in the energy sector on real estate issues arising from renewable energy projects.

Thelma has been a partner at Hunton & Williams since 2008. Previously she was a partner at Lawrence Graham.

Fieldfisher Managing Partner Michael Chissick said:

"We have made a significant investment in our real estate team with the recruitment of litigator Owen Talfan Davies, funds expert Philip Abbott, investment focused Rhodri Pazzi-Axworthy and construction head Cecily Davis. The arrival of Thelma Marshall further strengthens our offering and gives us the depth to advise on all aspects of our clients' real estate work. Her experience in the financial institutions and energy sectors, where we already have a strong reputation for such work, makes her a great fit for our team. I am delighted to welcome Thelma to the firm."

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