Shanna Davison

Shanna Davison

Senior Associate, London

Email shanna.davison@​hoganlovells.com

Phone +44 20 7296 5524

Fax +44 20 7296 2001

LanguagesEnglish

Practice groupCorporate

Shanna Davison is a senior associate in Hogan Lovells' leading Real Estate Disputes Team, skilled in all aspects of litigation and dispute resolution. Shanna has vast experience advising on matters involving high-profile properties in the UK for institutional investors, stakeholders and occupiers, with a particular focus on landlord and tenant work. She is our resident expert on arrears recovery, particularly Commercial Rent Arrears Recovery (CRAR) and the workings of the tenancy deposit scheme. Aside from dispute resolution, she helps clients to plan their property developments and manage their real estate assets without falling foul of legal rights and constraints. Shanna has a wealth of knowledge in the arena of telecoms, taking the lead on Hogan Lovells' response to the Law Commission's consultation for reform of the Code and frequently advising developers on a strategy to obtain vacant possession of their sites from code operators.   

Shanna is a qualified solicitor-advocate and a regular contributor to our Real Estate Quarterly publication, as well as being published in the industry press.

Awards and recognitions

2014

Recommended in Legal 500

Education and admissions

Education

BPP Law School, London, 2008

LL.B., University of Southampton, 2007

Memberships

Member, Property Litigation Association

Related industries

Real Estate

Related practices

Real Estate

Related areas of focus

Real Estate Litigation and Disputes

Representative experience

Acting for an institutional landlord on a dilapidations dispute (settled by mediation).

Acting for various pension funds and institutional investors on all contentious aspects of their property portfolios including lease renewals, tenant default, service of statutory notices and break notices, recovery of service charges and dilapidations.

Guiding a landlord to a negotiated settlement of a dilapidations dispute through mediation.

Obtaining possession of commercial and residential premises from squatters, including advocacy at Court.

Acting for an institutional investor on a multi-million pound dispute over its entitlement to exercise options for further investment.

Latest thinking and events

Hogan Lovells Publications

Real Estate Quarterly Summer 2017

Hogan Lovells Publications

Real Estate Quarterly Spring 2017

Hogan Lovells Publications

Real estate quarterly, Winter 2016

Hogan Lovells Publications

Real Estate Quarterly Summer 2016

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