Claire's bio

A graduate of the University of Manchester, Claire went on to complete the Legal Practice Course at the Birmingham branch of The College of Law. Claire joined Grant Saw in September 2006 as a trainee solicitor and qualified in the firm’s litigation department in 2008.

Claire specialises in dispute resolution, acting for individuals, companies and other organisations.  She predominantly advises clients in relation to commercial, contractual and property-related disputes. Her work encompasses a wide variety of disputes including the following:-

  • Breach of contract disputes
  • Negligence actions (including professional negligence)
  • Debt recovery/enforcement
  • Partnership disputes
  • Commercial and residential landlord and tenant law
  • Business and residential possession claims, including forfeiture
  • Issues relating to easements and covenants
  • Adverse possession and trespass claims
  • Insolvency and bankruptcy claims


"We have engaged Grant Saw’s litigation team to act on our behalf in relation to a property matter. We are very pleased with the service that they have provided and have found them to be knowledgeable and efficient. They have provided us with clear and concise advice and have been very helpful in guiding us through the litigation process for the first time."

Mr Wilson, London

"I just wanted to say a massive thank you for all your hard work. You kept me informed throughout the case of any changes/developments which was much appreciated! Your efficiency in handling all matters filled me with a lot of confidence and all your hard work paid off! It was an extremely stressful time for me and your support was amazing!"

Ms A.T.

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Articles by Claire Mac Mahon

  • 09 Jul

    Tenant Fees Act 2019

    On 1st June 2019, the Tenant Fees Act came into effect, banning unfair letting fees and restricting payments that can be charged to tenants.
  • 21 Dec

    The New Pre-Action Protocol for Debt Claims

    On 1 October 2017 a new pre-action protocol for debt claims (“the Debt Protocol”) came into force.

    The Debt Protocol applies to businesses (including sole traders and public bodies) claiming payment of a debt from an individual (including a sole

  • 20 Apr

    Small suppliers set to get intel on big company payment performance

    New regulations that came into force this month will require larger companies to publish their payment practices in a move designed by the Government to tighten up how quickly commercial debts are settled through greater transparency and scrutiny. Additionally,
  • 27 May

    Consumer protection on holiday

    A reminder that difficulties on holidays may be harder to tackle when travelling freestyle, as there’s no protection under the Package Holiday Regulations
  • 23 Oct

    Tribunal decision shakes up personal use of office email

    Employees who use their company account for personal email exchanges get a wake-up call after an employment tribunal ruling that the privacy of such messages is not protected

    An employee has failed in an