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Emily Brand

Partner

Specialism: Lawyers Family and Matrimonial

Company: Boodle Hatfield

Location: London, England

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3
Average: 3 (2 votes)
Fee Level:
3
Average: 3 (2 votes)
Quality of Advice
3
Average: 3 (2 votes)
Communications Skills
3
Average: 3 (2 votes)
Interpersonal Skills
3
Average: 3 (2 votes)
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I have known Emily professionally for several years and can say without hesitation that she is a superb tactician who is always more than a step ahead of the other side. Her excellent judgement together with her first class skill in putting clients at their ease makes for a formidable combination that puts her in a class of her own. With Emily on your side you feel as if you have an advantage over the other side even before the case begins.

07 Feb 2018

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2017 

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Average client size: £5 million - £25 million

Fixed fee offering: No

Boodle Hatfield

Number of offices globally: 1-5

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Peer review:

I have known Emily professionally for several years and can say without hesitation that she is a superb tactician who is always more than a step ahead of the other side. Her excellent judgement together with her first class skill in putting clients at their ease makes for a formidable combination that puts her in a class of her own. With Emily on your side you feel as if you have an advantage over the other side even before the case begins.

07 Feb 2018

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Advising the wife in her high-stakes divorce settlement with her former multi-millionaire husband

Emily Brand is advising the wife in her high-stakes divorce settlement with her former husband, a multi-millionaire with significant business interests and high social standing.  The matter includes complex wealth evaluation and liquidity issues linked to the husband’s position as the sole shareholder of multi-million company. He is seeking to resist the wife’s claims to fifty per cent of the assets on the basis of special contribution and pre-marital intellectual property rights.

Entrepreneur resisting a set aside application in the High Court relating to a divorce settlement

Emily Brand is also representing an entrepreneur who is resisting a set aside application in the High Court relating to a divorce settlement that was concluded several years ago. The husband’s company was sold shortly after the consent order was agreed. Following the company sale, the wife made a claim relating to material non-disclosure, implying that the husband was aware of the offer to buy the company at the time of the settlement. Total assets in the case are very significant.  The husband has made an application to bar the wife’s claim due to unreasonable delay.