Suki is a partner specialising in the retail and leisure sector on non-contentious matters and advises clients on a variety of real estate issues ranging from strategic acquisitions and disposals to development agreements. Suki’s clients include national brands such as Boots, Frasers Group and PureGym. Currently Suki is also acting for Nottingham Forest Football Club on the redevelopment of its City Ground stadium. Suki has been recognised as being a Next Generation Partner by the Legal 500 (2023).
Suki is very much a trusted advisor to her clients and works closely with them to understand their business in order to deliver the right results. For several years Suki has spoken at the Property Managers Association autumn training event hosted by the firm and most recently was a panellist at Retail Week’s General Counsel Summit.
Suki sits on Browne Jacobson’s governing board as well as being a co-chair of the firm’s social mobility and REACH (Race, Ethnicity and Culture and Heritage) employee networks and is an ambassador for the firm on its inclusion and diversity strategy.
Aspen Phoenix Newco
We acted for Aspen Phoenix Newco on its acquisition of the Paperchase business which involved the negotiation and completion of 82 new leases and three assignments, all of which were required to be completed before the Government imposed Covid-19 restrictions were lifted on 12 April 2021. Our role on the real estate transaction helped save the Company’s customers, suppliers and 1000 employees.
"My personal thanks to Suki & the BJ team for this awesome finish. We will do you all proud when we open those doors on Monday! The store teams are HUGELY relived their stores are secure, and they have jobs to return to with confidence."
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