Below you can find recognition of our commitment to get the best possible results for our clients.
Healys are delighted to announce that they have been shortlisted to win “Mortgage Conveyancer of the Year” at The Mortgage Awards.
The Mortgage Awards, from MoneyAge, acknowledge and reward outstanding achievement in the UK mortgage space. Judged by high-profile industry representatives, the winners will be announced at a gala event at the De Vere Grand Connaught Rooms in London on May 10th.
Kiri Kkoshi, Partner and Head of Real Estate, said: “We are thrilled to have been shortlisted for such a prestigious award, and one that is focussed on recognising consistently good service. Our inclusion as finalists is testament not only to the unceasing hard work of our staff but also to our continued commitment to exemplary levels of customer service. I am proud of my team and look forward to the awards ceremony.”
“Robert Johnson of Healys is “very thorough and commercially minded,” according to sources. He focuses on advising claimants, and assists them with disputes involving a full range of professionals.”
“Healys is a ‘power player in Brighton’ and has ‘a solid reputation in the personal injury field’ for ‘keeping clients informed at every step and explaining small details properly’. The team, led by Trevor Henley, who ‘is not intimidated by the opposition and pushes to achieve better conditions’, undertakes work in serious injury, travel litigation and industrial disease (mesothelioma) claims. The ‘knowledgeable and consummate’ managing partner Dino Skinner ‘runs cases aggressively, but without needless provocation’ and has ‘great tactical skill, instinct and judgement’; he specialises in fatal accident, cyclist, amputation and spinal injury claims. Dino Skinner is also experienced in inquest hearings. The ‘incredible’ Jonathan Austen-Jones has ‘commendable attention to detail, industry knowledge and work ethic’ and focuses on motorcyclist accidents, traumatic brain injury cases and low velocity impact claims.”
“Healys LLP’s ‘excellent’ offering acts for high-net-worth individuals, and regularly advises individuals from the sports, music, theatre, film and entertainment industries. It also advises UK Universities on student visas, extensions and reviews, and advises companies on sponsorship licences. Department head Ivon Sampson ‘is willing to fight for clients’. Omar Shams, who heads the Middle East department, advises businesses and high-net-worth individuals on entry into the UK.”
“Healys LLP handles claimant work for clients in disputes against a range of professions, including solicitors, valuers, architects, IFAs, construction and financial services professionals. The team is acting for a private individual in a claim against its former solicitors regarding alleged failure to deal with an employment claim, and represented Dreamvar (UK) in a claim against two firms of solicitors concerning a fraudulent property transaction. Dispute resolution head Robert Johnson is ‘bright, commercial and manages to master the detail while at the same time being focused entirely on the commercial aims of the client’. Jerome O’Sullivan is ‘tenacious and a strong negotiator’. David Bailey joined from Shakespeare Martineau LLP in 2016.”
“Healys LLP is praised for its ‘entrepreneurial approach’ and advice on IP, disputes, licensing, commercial matters and rights protection in the media and entertainment sector. David Schollenberger acts for broadcasters, production companies, social media websites, musicians, actors, content suppliers and authors on commercial matters, agreements and licences. Nicholas Taylor ‘has great instinct for the strengths in cases’ and specialises in media law, including defamation, IP and rights protection. Martin John handles non-contentious media matters and Andrew Sparrow is noted for his expertise in internet and digital commercial instructions.”
“Robert Johnson of Healys earns plaudits for his “wealth of experience and strong commercial views.” He is recognised for his experience representing claimants, and his recent activity includes advising on disputes related to property purchases, insurance contract terminations and fund misappropriation claims.”