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Juliet is one of the founding Partners and the Managing Partner of Oury Clark Solicitors. She is a member of Liberty, the Immigration Law Practitioner's Association and the Employment Lawyers Association. Her expertise, primarily in the areas of Employment and Business Immigration, is invaluable to overseas clients wishing to set up in the UK. She also advises business owners across all sectors, high net worth individuals and acts as General Counsel for many companies.Juliet has an extensive record of criminal and human rights work, including representing and finding assistance for Caribbean prisoners. Through her many trips to Jamaica, Juliet has become a trustee of the Jamaican School resources and Caribbean Capital Cases Trust.
When she manages to break away from her desk, she enjoys travelling and spends the majority of her holidays in the ghetto communities of the Caribbean, where she can be found beating the locals at dominos.
James is a dual qualified practicing lawyer and accountant and is strategic head of its Technology, Life Science and Financial Services practices.
James focuses on commercialising technology within the UK, EU and transatlantically. He is closely associated with the Institutions of Imperial College, Kings College, Oxford and Cambridge.
James has assisted numerous US companies entering the UK and European markets, with a regular presence in the United States and is active in the start-up world, growing such companies as DNA Electronics (www.dnae.co.uk).
James regularly assists businesses undertaking investment and payment service activities within the UK and Europe, with activities ranging from strategic advice, applications for authorisation ongoing regulatory compliance, supervision visits and enforcement actions.
He is one of the architects of the firm’s pro-bono strategy which has led to the representation of death row clients across the world and more recently of victims affected by the 2005 London bombings.
James is regularly consulted by both Government, the International Bar Association and other agencies.
Ashi qualified in 2001 and joined Oury Clark in November 2011 having previously worked with other City and West End practices.
Ashi heads the Commercial Property department and specialises in advising on all forms of commercial property transactions including acquisitions & disposals of businesses and properties, and undertaking all forms of leasing activity for both landlord and tenant clients.
Ashi also has significant experience dealing with corporate transactions in which properties are enveloped in a corporate vehicle and frequently advises clients on company share sale/purchase transactions.
He has vast knowledge on acquiring any form of business as an on-going concern, however, he has specific sector knowledge and interest of acquiring and disposing of hotels and care homes.
In addition to his portfolio of UK clients, Ashi’s international focus is India. He has advised a number of India-based companies on establishing a UK operation and regularly travels to the region.
Ashi is a member of the Commercial Real Estate Legal Association
Rina qualified in 2001, and joined Oury Clark as an Associate in May 2012. Prior to this, she worked in both regional and City firms.
Rina has many years of experience in all forms of corporate and commercial law, including dealing with a variety of commercial contracts, and various matters in the fields of intellectual property and IT, e-commerce and data protection.
She has acted for a wide range of clients, from high net worth individuals to large corporate organisations, dealing with both transactional and non-contentious work.
Her experience includes:
Ross is Head of the HR and Employment team. He is also a member of the Business Immigration team.
His experience includes:
Ross is also a member of the Employment Lawyers Association and the Immigration Law Practitioners’ Association.
Ben is an Associate Solicitor within Oury Clark’s Corporate and Commercial department. With experience across a breadth of corporate transactions including mergers and acquisitions, joint venture projects and corporate structuring, he specialises in assisting international and domestic commercial clients on their entry and expansion into the UK market. Ben also regularly advises on general commercial agreements covering agency, confidentiality, supply of services, and IP protection.
Ben graduated from Newcastle University in 2006 with a degree in history before converting to law at the University of Law, London. He qualified at Oury Clark in 2013, having begun as a paralegal at the firm in 2010 and trained in the Employment, Immigration, Commercial Property, and Corporate and Commercial departments.
When not working, Ben can usually be found listening to or making music, he also enjoys cycling, football, travel, and fair-weather running.