• Corporate & Commercial
  • Finance
  • Real Estate

Aaron’s focus includes short-term lending, Acquisitions and Investments and certificates of title and equity/investor financing for property transactions.

From a family of property investors and managers, Aaron shared with them a strong interest to practice law from the age of 16. Upon qualification, he worked at a boutique agency in Richmond, London. His interest in creating a law firm that provided a reliable and novel service led to the founding of BOS Solicitors in 2018, after meeting Victor and Max.

Aaron was awarded his BA (Hons) in History from Queen Mary, University of London and earned his Graduate Diploma in Law from the University of Law.

Aaron’s ability to quickly and thoroughly understand his client’s business is reflected through his commercially astute advice. Aaron always provides in-depth solutions that strongly resonate with his client’s business aspirations.

The law is alive – it is always changing and shifting. Property law is an interaction between society and culture and it drives social change. It can also be great fun!d it drives social change. It can also be great fun!

Latest insights & commentary

Press Release: Burgess Okoh Saunders Opens In Leeds – Expanding The Northern Network

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Coronavirus Act 2020: What are the implications on tenancy?

The Coronavirus Act 2020 (CVA 2020) came into effect following the widespread impact of COVID-19. In response, the Act was declared a legislative emergency and effectuated the emergency registration of healthcare professionals, international travel restrictions, compensation for loss of earnings and travel and subsistence costs, paid by Parliament.1 Along with heavy implications on the public… View Article
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A TALE OF TWO RELIEFS – The Court of Appeal distinguishes between the procedure applicable in the Employment Tribunal and the Civil Courts.

Green v Mears Ltd [2018] EWCA Civ 751 Case Facts & Preliminary Law This appeal to the Court of Appeal was made against a decision of the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) for dismissing an appeal for an extension of time for filing an appeal. The appellant, Leslie Green, was employed by the respondent, Welwyn Hatfield… View Article
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