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Charlotte Newlyn

Charlotte Newlyn

Trainee Solicitor

T: 01225 730 146 (DDI)
T: 01225 730 100

Charlotte is a trainee solicitor in our London office and is currently working in our Commercial Property team.



About Charlotte

Charlotte joined our Dispute Resolution team in 2015 after getting her first class law degree from Southampton Solent University and completing her Legal Practice Certificate course at Guildford University of Law.

Prior to joining Royds Withy King, Charlotte volunteered at a local Citizens’ Advice Bureau where she gained valuable insights into a wide variety of cases, most of which were civil matters.

Outside of work, Charlotte enjoys trampolining, which she has done since the age of five, and is a qualified BSAC Ocean Scuba Diver, which comes in handy during holidays.

My interest in commercial dispute resolution was sparked during my LPC – it is a fascinating area of law and the variety of disputes that can arise in business relationships is virtually endless. At Royds Withy King, I thoroughly enjoy working within a team who work so closely together to achieve the best results for each and every client.

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May the Fourth (of the Enterprise Act) be with you

30 May 2017

Provisions under the Enterprise Act 2016 came into force on 4 May 2017, implementing stricter guidelines on insurers’ handling of claims. This begins to align our law surrounding insurance with that of the USA. In light of these new provisions, let’s look at how claims may be affected under policies taken out (or renewed) after this date.

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Location, Location, Location… or maybe not?

11 May 2017

Providing an insight into one trainee’s introduction to London life, Charlotte Newlyn debunks the City myths and suggests tips on finding your perfect firm.

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Are you writing off recoverable debts?

5 October 2016

The UK is home to over 1 million SMEs and our economy is undoubtedly reliant on the collective revenue that our local businesses generate. With reports showing that SMEs across the UK wrote off nearly £5.8bn worth of debts in the financial year 2015/2016, the equivalent of £21,000 per day, is it safe to assume that these were all irrecoverable or could more be done to improve credit control and cash flow for our SMEs?

Charlotte Newlyn discusses the reasons motivating such a staggering write off and the options available to creditors looking to recover monies owed to them which they may otherwise feel they have no choice but to give up on.

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Smaller claims to go online?

27 May 2016

With the courts overloaded with claims, applications and appeals, could smaller disputes be about to make the jump to the worldwide web?

Charlotte Newlyn investigates how, a decade since Lord Woolf highlighted the potential of IT use within our justice system, we may be on the cusp of utilising this resource.

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