Mike's bio

Mike is a partner at Grant Saw Solicitors LLP. He is a committed and tenacious litigator in the Dispute Resolution Department and is based at the firm’s Greenwich office.

He was admitted as a Solicitor in 2000 and deals with a wide range of disputes including: contested probate, landlord and tenant, professional negligence and debt collection matters.

Mike also has expertise in disputes concerning the outdoor billboard advertising industry and has acted in several of the leading cases in this niche area of law.

In his spare time Mike enjoys spending time with his family and friends, travelling and watching rugby.

Testimonials

“Clear Channel UK has instructed Mike for many years on various matters including property litigation and criminal matters. Mike has a broad skill set and is able to view matters strategically while remaining on top of the detail. It is a pleasure to work with him.”

Stuart Allen,  Head of Legal at Clear Channel UK

"Thank you Mike for all your hard work above the call of duty!"

Mrs S

"I want to thank you and the team for seeing it through to the end despite the not inconsiderable obstacles placed in our way."

Mr H

Michael Clary Services

Articles by Michael Clary

  • 22 Aug

    Bump in the night for Airbnb landlords

    The rise of the sharing economy and the success of platforms such as Airbnb has seen many more part-time landlords making income through short term rentals, but the ease of letting does not take away the responsibility to understand and keep up with relevant rules
  • 11 Jan

    Complex challenges for employers in the year ahead

    For employers, the year has started with a high-profile case where a courier has won her action to be treated as a worker, not a self-employed contractor, following hard on the heels of the ruling in the action brought by Uber drivers, which is now on appeal. Alongside,
  • 09 Dec

    The one time you should look for the price tag on that gift

    The Bribery Act ushered in a stricter anti-corruption regime when it came into force in 2011 and although Christmas gifts and hospitality are not banned, it’s important that companies don’t splash out and end up in deep water with over-generous Christmas gifts
  • 01 Sep

    Keeping hold of the real power in the name game

    Losing the right to use one’s own name in business, or finding common words are subject to trademark restrictions, are both on the rise as companies seek to control and protect every aspect of brand identity. The latest names to hit the headlines are fashion entrepreneur
  • 15 Jun

    Lifting the lid on tricky toilet problems

    Two recent cases have highlighted issues around customer toilet provision. One case centred on whether food outlets with predominantly take-away trade should have to provide facilities, and in another, company attitudes towards transgender users of toilet facilities