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Naomi TrinhPartner, Corporate
As a Partner in the Corporate team at Forsters, Naomi specialises in both corporate and commercial work.
She has particular expertise in acquisitions, disposals and reorganisations, joint ventures and both shareholder and partnership arrangements. Her work often includes an international element. In addition, Naomi is part of our Hotels team and advises on hotel management agreements, as well as regularly providing commercial advice on contractual arrangements ranging from terms and conditions and supply agreements to distribution arrangements in the domestic sphere.
Her clients are wide-ranging and include corporates, family offices, start-ups and entrepreneurs, funds, high net worth individuals, property companies and hotel owners and operators.
Combining her general commercial acumen with specific knowledge about corporate and commercial law and market practice, Naomi’s advice is always on-point, relevant and practical. Her proactive and thoughtful approach ensures that matters are dealt with in a considered manner and she is valued by clients for her responsiveness, approachability and clarity.
The Covid-19 pandemic created a perfect storm for the hotels sector and, despite ever improving signs of recovery, the resulting devastation will take time and innovation to repair. Unprecedented economic life-support provided by the UK government over the last two years has kept the gathering clouds at bay, but there could well be casualties in 2022 and beyond. This was the conclusion of a roundtable discussion hosted by Forsters on 10 November 2021.
The coronavirus pandemic has, without a doubt, reshaped our personal and professional lives. All industries and sectors have been affected in one way or another and are responding in different ways. Some areas of the hotel industry have taken steps which no-one could have foreseen just a few months ago. So, how is the hotel industry responding to the crisis, what measures and arrangements are being put in place and what are the longer term considerations for it?