Padd Farm - BEFORE

Mishcon de Reya LLP
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Thinking of hiring Mishcon de Reya LLP Solicitors?

We spent just 10 mins googling and look what we found (see links below).

The Dwyer family, who own the PHD Access group of companies and Padd Farm in Egham. Instead of approaching Mr Beach (the former owner of Padd Farm) to say "look, we know you have been short-changed when we acquired your farm, so let's do a deal including the return of your farming equipment". This would have been the decent thing to do.

But the Dwyer family decided NOT to do the decent thing and NOT return Mr Beach's farming equipment but to SUE Mr Beach instead! What a bunch of c**ts!

Mishcon de Reya LLP are one of the biggest and most expensive law firms in the UK. The Dwyer family hired Mishcon de Reya LLP to represent them against Mr Beach - a homeless pensioner.

Mishcon de Reya's initial advice relating to Mr Beach's farming equipment should have been negotiations or mediation. But lawyers at Mishcon de Reya LLP agreed that Mr Beach should be first sued for something (anything) and then made bankrupt!

With this arrogant and superior approach by a law firm. It's not surprising that Mishcon de Reya LLP have themselves been sued several times. We have listed a few here (click for the full news article):


Mishcon sued for up to £65m over collapsed property deal


Mishcon de Reya sued for £2.9m after family dispute


Sunderland launch a legal claim for £20M against leading law firm Mishcon de Reya, accusing lawyers of FORGETTING to file an appeal


Property Fraud after Dreamvar v Mishcon De Reya


Mishcon de Reya fined £232,500 over numerous AML failings


Mishcon de Reya and former partner face prosecution by solicitors regulator


Mishcon de Reya hit with big fine for anti-money laundering failures


Mishcon to ‘robustly defend’ claim it knew £3m fee was misappropriated




Sunderland FC has filed a £20 million legal claim against Mishcon de Reya


A $3.7m claim against Mishcon de Reya for dishonestly assisting a ‘crook’ client


Law firm Mishcon faces UK trial over $3.4 mln in 'unlawfully extracted' fees