For many years Samuel Phillips Law Firm has retained a strong and successful working relationship with...
Samuel Phillips Law Firm's family law department is widely recognised as one of the leading teams of experts in Newcastle.
Starting or growing a business can give the owners an enormous sense of pride and satisfaction.
Samuel Phillips Law Firm can count a number of north east educational establishments as regular clients. From this experience we understand the language and priorities of the education sector and can therefore deliver bespoke solutions that precisely meet the needs of the organisation.
We are very proud to count one of the UK's largest police forces as a long standing client...
Samuel Phillips Law Firm work with a wide range of non profit organisations and support their need to protect their interests...
We are privileged to advise one of the largest NHS Trusts in the country in relation to many of its property matters.
We have expertise in advising the following healthcare sectors:
We act for a number of regional and national operators.
The Property department is headed by Robert Gibson assisted by Jamie McEwen, Naren Deen and Graham Barnard, each of whom has considerable experience and expertise in advising clients within the health sector in relation to their property matters.
If your matter requires it, the Property department can also call upon the expertise of the Firms Construction or Litigation departments to further enhance our offering to you.
The Firm has expertise in a wide variety of areas, including:
If you require any advice, please do not hesitate to contact any member of the Property department. It would be great to hear from you.
August 24, 2017
Overlooked in your current position? Wanting greater responsibility but held back? We’re seeking an ambitious solicitor with the ability to handle an exciting and varied client base, whilst also capable of adding to it. The role will be based in Newcastle upon Tyne and carry all the usual benefits including a competitive salary. The […]
October 28, 2016
The recent ruling in favour of two taxi drivers could have far reaching consequences for the UK’s rapidly expanding “gig economy”. The Employment Tribunal delivered its decision Friday 28th October setting out that Uber, a business whose success is largely due to customers use of their smartphone app and engagement of self employed drivers; should […]