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Jane Anderson

Senior Associate Solicitor


Jane has considerable experience in professional negligence actions but has a particular focus on acting for specialist lenders with complex borrower histories and lending policies. Jane also acts on more general commercial litigation matters. 

She qualified as a solicitor in 2006.

Recent highlights:

  • Jane has acted against a number of national surveying firms, and successfully personally negotiated settlements on a group action involving in excess of 30 claims against one firm.
  • Jane has successfully pursued solicitors on matters concerning fraud, negligence and breach of trust matters.
  • Jane has acted for individuals on negligence matters against solicitors on Mitchell situations where court deadlines have been missed.

Market view:

Jane is "extremely personable" and "good at finding solutions" – Legal 500 2016 

Clients have commented that Jane is “always professional, diligent and most of all compassionate and understanding”. Jane is praised for being “thorough, resourceful and engaging” and “strives forward with her passion and enthusiasm to deliver results”.

Read My Comments On The Latest News

  • 25/04/2018
    NHS Worker Wins Landmark Supreme Court Case

    “This has been a long and extremely stressful case for Sandi and I am delighted that the Supreme Court has ruled in her favour. “This is a significant case particularly as it provides a definitive answer to the question of when does the notice period start if an employee is dismissed on written notice posted to them as opposed to communicated to them in person.”

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  • 22/03/2017
    NHS Worker With 32 Years' Service Awarded £400,000 Following Pensions Dispute With Trust

    “The dispute is not to do with whether Sandi was made redundant unfairly, but about the timing of the communication in relation to her 12 weeks’ notice period and whether that fell before or after her 50th birthday. “Sandi had not had the opportunity to read the letter informing her that her contract had been terminated until she returned from holiday and her husband didn’t read his email either until he was back in the UK. We are pleased the Court of Appeal has upheld the earlier judgment and ruled that the 12 weeks’ notice period should not start until she was informed and became fully aware of the situation. “Sandi has been a loyal servant for the NHS for over 32 years and we are delighted with this outcome as it means that she will receive the pension that she deserves. It is also a significant case as it shows our commitment to represent private individuals on alternative funding arrangements against large organisations.”

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