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Neenu Puri

Neenu Puri
Role:Litigation Solicitor
Speciality: Civil and Commercial Litigation
Phone: 02477 710242
Email: neenu.puri@alsterskelley.com
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/neenupurisolicitor/

Neenu joined Alsters Kelley Solicitors in September 2018. She works with companies and individuals in resolving issues in dispute.

Her approach is to provide commercial and pragmatic legal advice, encouraging clients to refer their disputes to her from an early stage, as she believes court proceedings should be the last resort. Her aim is to help clients to avoid unnecessary, lengthy and costly court proceedings if at all possible.

Experience

Neenu qualified as a solicitor in 2012. She completed her Graduate Diploma in law and Legal Practice Course at the College of Law in Birmingham.  She completed her training contract at a firm in London.

Neenu previously sought her first degree in Marketing and Human Resource Management at De Montfort University in Leicester.

Since qualifying, Neenu has worked at a hand full of firms before joining Alsters Kelley. Having worked as a litigation solicitor since qualifying, Neenu has been working with companies and individuals in resolving various issues in dispute.

Neenu has a vast amount of experience in Commercial and Contract Disputes, Breach of Contract (representing both businesses and individuals), Debt Recovery, Commercial and Residential Landlord and Tenant Disputes, Boundary Disputes and Probate litigation.

Career

Neenu has worked on a broad range of litigation matters. Her career highlight has been to act for a client who was a bona fide purchaser of a £750k property that was sold to her client fraudulently. Neenu entered into pre-action litigation and demonstrated that her client was an innocent bona fide purchaser. Neenu successfully sought compensation for the whole purchase sum plus legal costs.

Hobbies

Neenu enjoys photography and baking in her spare time.


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