Meet the Team
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Paul Mitchell (Managing Partner)
Paul is able to advise on all aspects of business disputes and has almost 30 years’ experience in the field of litigation. He advises on a wide range of contentious litigation issues including contractual disputes, injunctions, minority shareholder actions, business and share sale disputes, and insolvency cases, as well as the all-important business matter of debt collection. He has a particular interest in advising on injunctions to prevent unlawful competition, often by former employees or partners.
He has experience of dealing with complex frauds, and of conducting cases successfully up to and including the House of Lords.
He has also successfully completed the ACTAPS course – the Association of Contentious Trust and Probate Specialists – and so is able to advise on will and trust disputes.
Direct Dial: (+44) 115 837 1430
Parminder Sandhu (Partner)
Parminder started her career with us as a part-time paralegal in 2012 and has been with us ever since. Parminder specialises in business sales and acquisitions, commercial law and commercial property.
Parminder is known for providing bespoke advice to businesses and their owners. Her clients range from start-ups to more established businesses, including sole traders, partnerships and limited companies.
Parminder’s previous background was in retail, where she gained experience in employment, health & safety and licensing. All of which have assisted her in a variety of cases she has handled.
Direct Dial: (+44) 115 7270 914
“I have used the services of Parminder Sandhu for all of our clients’ legal needs for a number of years. Without exception, our clients are impressed with the quality of work that she has produced, together with the clarity, level of detail and pragmatic content in her advice. Our clients have frequently commented that Parminder provides a very cost effective service and feel that they are paying for results and not just time. Parminder is always able to include our tax requirements alongside the legal aspects of any transaction.
I have no doubt that my clients will continue to use Parminder’s services, and I would not hesitate to recommend future clients to her. She is a credit to Mitchell Wilde Solicitors and to her profession.”
Kevin Badcock, The Tax Department Ltd, London
Tom Mansell (Solicitor)
Tom joined Mitchell Wilde in summer 2019 after completing his LPC at Nottingham Law School, choosing electives in Advanced Commercial Property, Private Company Acquisitions and Employment, in which he graduated with a distinction.
Before undertaking the LPC, Tom spent a year in a conveyancing department as a paralegal assisting with a busy caseload, after graduating from the University of Hull with a First Class LLB (Hons) Law degree.
Tom qualified as a solicitor in November 2021 and assists clients with a range of contentious matters ranging from shareholder disputes, claims against professionals, complaints to the Financial Services Ombudsman, claims under share and purchase agreements, contractual disputes and property disputes.
Tom also advises clients on a range of commercial property matters including the drafting and negotiation of new leases, the assignment of leases and the sale and purchase of commercial property.
Tom’s clients would describe him as approachable, diligent and practical, and his advice as thorough and creative.
Direct Dial: (+44) 115 7270 916
Lubna Chaka (Solicitor)
Lubna joined Mitchell Wilde in December 2022 having moved from the North West.
She studied at the University of Central Lancashire where she graduated with a 2:1 in LLB and a Distinction in the LLM and the LPC.
Lubna’s background is in litigation and has 7 years of experience in the field. She sees cases all the way through to trial and has amassed a wealth of knowledge on civil procedure rules.
Lubna qualified as a Solicitor in September 2019 and specialises in disputes and resolution.
Direct Dial: (+44) 115 7270 918
Amrita Johal (Trainee Solicitor)
Amrita graduated in 2015 with a 2:1 LLB Law with French Law and Language degree from the University of Leicester, during which she spent a year abroad in Strasbourg, France.
After working in retail and recruitment administration, Amrita worked as a commercial property paralegal at a Nottingham law firm. She then went on to study the LPC full time at Nottingham Law School and chose electives in Advanced Commercial Property, Advanced Criminal Practice and Employment Law, achieving a Distinction overall.
Amrita joined Mitchell Wilde in January 2022 initially as a paralegal and now as a trainee solicitor having started her training contract on 1st July 2022. Amrita’s specialises in Commercial Property, Commercial Law and Litigation.
Direct Dial: (+44) 115 7270 917
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