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Rob Winder

Position: Senior Associate Chartered Legal Executive
Offices: Viaduct House, Carlisle
 
Areas: Personal Dispute Resolution, Business Dispute Resolution
 
 

Rob is a Senior Associate (Chartered Legal Executive), based in our viaduct office.

Born and brought up in Cumbria, Rob began his legal career as a Trainee legal executive with Cartmell Shepherd qualifying in 2007.

In 2023, Rob re-joined Cartmell Shepherd after spending 15 years with another local firm of Solicitors.

Rob specialises in Property Disputes and has particular expertise in both residential and commercial Landlord and Tenant disputes. In addition to his property dispute work, Rob also deals with general contractual disputes.

Outside of work, Rob enjoys playing both Masters Rugby League and occasionally Rugby Union. He also enjoys attending either comedy or live music gigs. Rob also enjoys playing the bass guitar and drums but more with enthusiasm than skill.

Rob also likes to support charities, he has recently helped to organise a charity rugby match which raised almost £10,000 for Cancer Research and Macmillan Cancer Support.

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Tenant’s appeal against possession order struck out by court

April 18th 2024

The High Court has struck out a commercial tenant’s notice of appeal against a possession order because it was “bound to fail”. Rob Winder Senior Associate Chartered Legal Executive in our Dispute Resolution team reports on this recent case. The issue arose after the landlord had granted the tenant a lease of the…

RTM company entitled to pursue covenant claim against tenant

March 12th 2024

A right to manage company was entitled in the same way as a landlord to pursue a case in the First-tier Tribunal (FTT) against the lessee of a flat who was in breach of covenant. Rob Winder Senior Associate Chartered Legal Executive in our Dispute Resolution team reports on this recent case. That…

Contract limits supplier’s liability in multi-million-pound dispute

November 1st 2023

A clause imposed a single liability cap for all claims arising out of a multi-million-pound contract; it did not include multiple caps with a separate limit applying to each claim.  Rob Winder Senior Associate Chartered Legal Executive in our Dispute Resolution team reports on this recent case. That was the…

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