Matthew joined Weightmans in 2004 and became a Partner in 2013.
Matthew is a Real Estate solicitor and is Weightmans' national head of retail complimenting his work within the transport and logistics sector. His principal work is on landlord and tenant matters but he also advises on property acquisitions and disposals with a specialism in negotiating overage, forward sale claw back and anti-embarrassment provisions for both private and public sector bodies.
Matthew is Weightmans' national head of retail complimenting his work within the transport and logistics sector. He has expertise in the delivery of client contracts and projects, ensuring both Weightmans and the client's own key performance indicators are met through bespoke IT solutions. He is involved in the day to day running and development of Weightmans' OneView product which enables our teams, whatever the practice area, to deliver an excellent service and to capture, measure and report on those items which are important to the client.
He is on the Property advisory board for the UK Warehousing Association which enables him to have a greater understanding of the issues clients face and provide pragmatic advice across on property issues across the whole of the supply chain. As a result of this, Matthew commissioned a survey of senior industry supply chain professionals to produce the Supply Chain of the Future report, Along with the insights gained from this report and with contributions from colleagues in our transport and logistics, manufacturing and hotel and leisure sectors, Weightmans is able to lead and provide genuinely joined up advice on the challenges industry is, and crucially will be, facing.
Since the publication of our report and our first panel event, we have had to advise on issues which have moved on.
In the latest Weightmans Retail Review, Solicitor Michael Drapala looks at how retailers are coping with changing customer behaviour and confidence.
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