is the managing director of Hawkins Hatton Corporate Lawyers and heads the dispute resolution department. Her real estate experience is in the context of handling disputes arising out of a range of issues, including forfeiture of leases, Landlord and Tenant Act 1954 disputes, dilapidations claims, Land Tribunal claims relating to right of way, breach of covenants and beneficial interests and construction. She has over 20 years of experience conducting high-value and complex litigation claims. Harminder adopts a commercial and pragmatic approach to dispute resolution, seeking out innovative solutions for clients rather than following a set process, and is a keen advocate of mediation.
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