An English company has been told that its dispute with a supplier over faulty goods must be heard under German law as stated in the contract. The case involved TRW Ltd and Panasonic Industry Europe GMBH, and Panasonic Automotive Systems Europe GMBH. The issue arose when TRW claimed that electronic resistors supplied by Panasonic were
Mandeep joined Machins as a paralegal in the Commercial Property department in December 2015. He qualified as a solicitor in the Company Commercial department in July 2019.
He completed the Legal Practice Course at BPP Law School in Holborn and prior to this completed his Graduate Diploma in Law and Business & Accountancy Degree at Brunel University in West London.
Before joining Machins, Mandeep worked as a Managing Director for a construction-related training provider and as a Construction Manager for a civil engineering company.
Approach to work
“Having had practical experience in business gives me a slightly different insight into how a lawyer and a business owner approach a problem – I use that experience to get the balance right when providing advice to my clients.”
Latest news by Mandeep Singh
Balfour Beatty has won a contract dispute over delays on a construction project. The issue arose after Balfour was engaged by MW High Tech Projects UK Ltd to carry out mechanical and electrical services in relation to the construction of a new laboratory building. The contract was in the form of the JCT Design and
Companies that come under anti-money laundering legislation must now report certain irregularities to Companies House. The Fifth Anti-Money Laundering Directive (5MLD) came into effect on 10 January. It obliges businesses to tell Companies House if there’s a discrepancy between the information they hold about a beneficial owner and information on the Companies House People with
Three estate agents have been fined a total of more than £600,000 for operating an illegal cartel to fix commission rates. The three firms, all from Berkshire, were Michael Hardy, Prospect and Richard Worth. Together with a fourth company, Romans, they began fixing prices in September 2008. They conspired to set minimum commission rates for
A property developer has been prevented from refinancing a building project until it pays back a loan to a minority shareholder. The developer had been working on a site with 102 flats. The project was funded by a £1.7m loan from another company and a loan of £1.3m from a minority shareholder. It sold 76
A print firm has won its claim that it was deceived into buying a business because the seller had fraudulently misrepresented key issues and withheld damaging information. Glossop Cartons and Print Ltd had bought Contact (Print and Packaging) Ltd after lengthy negotiations. The deal meant that Glossop took on Contact’s entire business including its employees,