We set the highest standards of ethics; professional conduct; client care and advice, whilst prioritising your objectives, budget and expectations. We do not compromise these values, so have long lasting relationships with our clients built on trust.
Our logo, which is symbolic of our values, has been used since 1617, when it was granted to Jonathan Starck’s ancestor by King James I, following his donation of the first work dedicated exclusively to cabbala to augment the newly founded Oxford University Bodleian Library, who wrote of the fruitful union between theory and practice:
having judgment habituated by knowledge, knowledge guideth the eye, and the eye directeth the hand, and the hand followeth both, that each of them serve for a rule whereby the true measures of Nature are exactly expressed.
As a Solicitor-Advocate, Jonathan heads the Litigation Department and is able to advance the case of any commercial or individual client in any Court in England and Wales. His approach to litigation is client-focused. His specialisms include complex cases; litigation strategy and negotiation.
He provides pragmatic and commercial advice on the merits of a case and prospects of success at an early stage. This will help you make informed and sensible decisions prior to considering legal action. He has a track record of resolving disputes favourably and to the satisfaction of his clients. He has dealt with a wide spectrum of cases in civil and criminal litigation at all levels. He regularly represents clients in the Magistrates, Crown and County Courts.
In recent years, he has consistently conducted litigation in the High Court of Justice including securing injunctions; conducting possession proceedings in relation to extensive property portfolios; obtaining multi-million pound financial orders for his clients and orders that his clients’ costs of litigation be reimbursed to them from opposing parties. He also conducts applications for Judicial Review of ministerial decisions and European Court of Human Rights litigation. Jonathan has consistently had success in the Court of Appeal when it has been necessary to advance a case to that level.
Raminder Singh Uberoi
Raminder heads the Property Department and specialises in all aspects of commercial and residential property. His practice areas include acquisitions, sales, financing, planning, development, landlord and tenant matters and corporate-related property transactions.
He advises not only high net worth businesses and individuals but also small owner-managed businesses and new business start-ups across a wide range of industries including office industrial licensed premises, restaurants and shops. He is known for his plain speaking, quick grasp and analysis of facts and documents, knowledge and application of the law, also developing successful and practical client-focussed strategies.
Raminder was featured in the Law Society’s Gazette for volunteering at an event commemorating the experiences of Sikh soldiers in the first world war. He has a keen interest in WW1 military history and volunteers with the National Army Museum in London.
He read Law both at the University of Reading and at the European Law Faculty at the University of Maastricht. Raminder has a wealth of experience in other areas including Landlord and Tenant; Licensing; Immigration and Probate. He draws on this experience to achieve tailor-made solutions for his clients’ commercial and financial needs.