Bishop & Sewell LLP

Company Profile

Bishop & Sewell LLP is a long-established, full service Central London law firm, acting as trusted advisers to families, businesses and entrepreneurs. Each of our clients receives legal services tailored to their particular needs and delivered in a practical and highly responsive manner.

We pride ourselves on exceeding our clients’ expectations through providing advice and assistance of the highest calibre. This ensures we help our clients to navigate their legal issues effectively and achieve the very best possible outcomes. We can assist you with a full range of legal services.

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The experts

Mark Chick
Partner - Landlord & Tenant Team

Mark Chick is a specialist in Leasehold Reform and Partner and Head of the firm’s Landlord & Tenant team. He is also a director/founder committee member of ALEP and was named Solicitor of the Year 2016 at the ERMAs. Mark is also the author of two leading websites, and He has also appeared on BBC Breakfast as a property expert and writes and lectures regularly on landlord and tenant matters.
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Chris Macartney
Partner - Landlord & Tenant Team

Chris Macartney is a specialist in Leasehold Reform and a Partner in the Landlord & Tenant team at Bishop & Sewell LLP. He has significant expertise in the niche area of leasehold enfranchisement and has extensive experience of acting for flat owners in contentious and non-contentious matters. Chris also has considerable experience in leasehold reform issues, acting for individuals and groups of flat owners in freehold purchases.

Stuart Merrison
Solicitor - Dispute Resolution Team

Stuart Merrison is a Senior Solicitor in the Dispute Resolution team. Stuart has established over a number of years a broad practice in the Civil Courts regularly conducting claims in the County Court, High Court and the Court of Appeal. Stuart has a keen interest in all property matters and is particularly concerned with resolving disputes in the wider property field.