Tamsin M.Robinson


London + 44.20.7039.5231

Tamsin Robinson assists large corporations and high net worth individuals on a variety of complex high-value domestic and multijurisdictional disputes, including contractual claims, fraud claims, shareholder disputes, and insurance.

Tamsin's recent experience includes advising a high net worth individual in $300m multijurisdictional fraud proceedings, advising on a high-value commercial dispute in the sport sector, and advising on a multimillion pound construction dispute pertaining to fire safety.

Tamsin also has a particular focus on property litigation. She has advised on a range of matters, including landlord and tenant disputes, tenant insolvency, lease interpretation, High Court and County Court possession proceedings, and opposed and unopposed lease renewal proceedings. Tamsin's recent experience includes advising on the enforcement against a London-based property in the context of US$118 million claims.

Tamsin is a member of the Property Litigation Association.


  • CBD obtains possession of luxury London apartment in successful enforcement proceedings against Al Sari familyJones Day successfully represented subsidiaries of the Commercial Bank of Dubai (the "Bank") in possession proceedings brought against IGPL General Trading LLC and persons connected with the Al Sari family, a wealthy Emirati family operating in the oil and energy industries, in which the Bank obtained possession of a multi-million pound luxury apartment in London, England.
  • Greystar acquires build-to-rent scheme in Bermondsey, LondonJones Day advised a joint venture partnership between Greystar Real Estate Partners, LLC and a wholly owned subsidiary of Abu Dhabi Investment Authority (ADIA), in its acquisition from Grosvenor of a landmark build-to-rent ("BTR") scheme in Bermondsey, London.
  • Oxford Properties acquires seven properties for £202.5 millionJones Day represented Oxford Properties advised by M7 in connection with the acquisition of a portfolio of seven properties located across the United Kingdom known as the Bow and Arrow portfolio for £202.5 million.
  • Private equity client obtains advice relating to alleged breach of confidentiality provisionsJones Day advised a substantial private equity client in relation to the alleged breach by it and a joint venture partner of confidentiality provisions in agreements entered into between each of them with a third party, which related to a proposed acquisition.
  • ARA Asset Management acquires majority stake in Venn PartnersJones Day represented ARA Asset Management Limited ("ARA"), an Asian real estate fund management company listed on the Singapore Stock Exchange, in connection with the acquisition of a majority stake in Venn Partners LLP, a specialist investment manager in European real estate private debt.
  • Central London office building owner resolves dilapidations claimsJones Day assisted the owner of a central London office building in settling a substantial dilapidations claim on confidential terms.
  • Global technology distributor obtains settlement in dispute with service providerJones Day advised a leading global technology distributor in relation to (i) its procurement of business outsourcing services from a leading service provider, and (ii) subsequent claims in relation to US$14 million of losses arising from breaches by the service provider, which led to the termination of the agreement and settlement on commercially advantageous terms.
  • Byron Hamburgers enters into company voluntary arrangementJones Day advised the casual dining chain, Byron Hamburgers Limited, on the approval by its creditors of a company voluntary arrangement within the context of a wider financial and operational restructuring of the company.
  • Sheikh Abdulrahman Khalid bin Mahfouz secures committal order in culmination of €35 million asset tracing litigationJones Day successfully represented Sheikh Abdulrahman Khalid bin Mahfouz and his family in proceedings against Mr. Muhaned Farid Mahmoud El-Rashid.
  • DV4 forms joint venture with APG Asset Management and Qatari Diar Real Estate Investment Co. to create £1.4 billion (US$2 billion) home rental business in London with 4,000 homesJones Day represented DV4 Limited, which is advised by Delancey Real Estate Asset Management Limited, in connection with the formation of a £1.4 billion (US$2 billion) joint venture with APG Asset Management NV and Qatari Diar Real Estate Investment Co., to create a home rental business in London, with properties in the former Olympic athletes' village and the Elephant & Castle district.
  • Goldman Sachs and Highgate Hotels acquires K+K Hotels GroupJones Day advised a consortium led by Goldman Sachs and Highgate Hotels, a leading hospitality investment and management company, in its acquisition, acquisition financing, and debt restructuring of the K+K Hotels group, which owns a portfolio of ten boutique hotels located in London, Paris, Barcelona, Munich, Vienna, Prague, Budapest, and Bucharest.
  • Wells Fargo provides financing to UK residential development lenderJones Day advised Wells Fargo Bank, National Association in connection with a £80 million (US$100 million) loan-on-loan financing secured against a portfolio of performing residential loans originated by a UK residential development lender.