People | Scott Goldstein

Scott Goldstein | Senior Associate

 

Practice Group: Dispute resolution

 

Phone: 01753 278652

Email: scott.goldstein@bpcollins.co.uk

Scott heads up the B P Collins Property Dispute Resolution team, liaising closely with solicitors in other practice areas across the firm, especially the property department.  Drawing on his extensive experience at several of the largest firms in the country, Scott is able to bring a wide range of technical expertise and commercial nous to bear on any property dispute, be it commercial or residential.  He is especially interested in business tenancy renewals, leasehold enfranchisement, service charge disputes, rights of way disputes and dilapidations. 

Scott has had articles and comment published in the Financial Times, Property Week, Prime Resi, News on the Block, the Property Law Journal, LexisNexis and The Daily Beast.  He regularly gives seminars to professionals and clients alike.  In order to keep pace with the latest developments in the field, Scott is also a member of the Education and Training Committee of the Property Litigation Association. 

Out of the office

Scott’s has three young children, who tend to ensure things are never too quiet at home.  When he is allowed time off, he loves playing the piano, going to the gym, walks in the country and literature. He is also an avid follower of UK and international politics.  

Previous experience

Scott has fifteen years’ post qualification experience gained at several City firms.  He joined B P Collins in April 2017. 

Education

Scott has an MA in Social and Political Sciences from Girton College, Cambridge.  He also achieved commendations in the Postgraduate Diploma in Law and Legal Practice Course.  

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