Jeremy Swerner is one of the founding partners of BSG Solicitors and qualified in 1979.
Prior to setting up BSG Solicitors, Jeremy spent time as a Partner in a West End practice heading up the commercial property department. Jeremy has vast experience of acting for substantial public companies and for owners of private portfolios of retail and office investments, including major sales, purchases and leases.
Jeremy also has expertise in company commercial matters including share sale agreements, sales and purchases of businesses.
Jeremy is the firm’s COFA (Compliance Officer for Finance and Administration) and has a key role in managing the firm’s finances.
Jeremy’s main interests are family, film, travel, reading and football. Jeremy is an avid Spurs supporter with an encyclopedic knowledge of the club’s history and up to date information.
Litigation and Dispute Resolution Department
Paul Grant is one of the founding partners of BSG Solicitors having emigrated from city firm Howard Kennedy where he was deputy head of litigation. He qualified in 1973 and is also a part time District Judge.
Paul is the head of the Litigation and Dispute Resolution Department. Paul has considerable experience in many areas of law to include Employment, Contract, Commercial, Professional Negligence, Insolvency and Landlord and Tenant and Inheritance.
Paul in the last 15 years plus has specialised in Medical Regulatory work and acts for numbers of doctors, dentists, psychotherapists, osteopaths and chiropractors defending them where necessary, against their respective Regulatory Bodies.
He is a founding member of a Health Group that specialises in all aspects of Health Care Law. Paul advises regularly on the setting up of Codes of Practice, medical disputes, the relationship of employment, statute and commercial law in the health sphere to individuals and their practice groups.
Paul has a honours degree in law (LLB) and a masters degree in Medical Ethics and Law. He is Chairman of the College of Osteopaths, a teaching institute awarding degrees and a charity.
Paul is a member of the Employment Lawyers Association, Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, Professional Negligence Lawyers Association, the Medico-Legal Society and the General Osteopathic Council.
Paul’s main interest is philosopy, education, opera and running, going to the theatre and playing Bridge. Paul has a keen interest in Osteopathy, as a qualified non-practising osteopath he followed in the family profession.
Saul Courts qualified with BSG Solicitors in 2002 and became a Partner in 2005
Saul has built up his expertise in both residential and commercial property transactions acting for buyers, sellers, landlords and tenants.
Saul is the firm’s IT manager and has a particular interest in new technology which he implements to ensure that BSG are progressive in their reach and the service they provide.
Saul’s main interests are family, music and technology
Dispute Resolution and Family Law Department
David is a Partner here having joined BSG Solicitors in 2013 and has over 30 years of experience in Dispute Resolution and Family Law work. David obtained an BA Law (Hons) and qualified as a Solicitor in 1985.
David commonly deals with property litigation, landlord and tenant litigation, including possession proceedings, general commercial litigation as well as family law and relationship breakdown litigation and employment law litigation
David always looks to see if a matter can be negotiated or mediated rather than litigated if possible.
David is a member of Resolution (formerly the Solicitors Family Law Association).
David’s interest includes socialising, cinema and theatre and DIY. He is a life-long supporter of Chelsea Football Club.
Jasmeen K. Deep-Bharj has been in practice for over 15 years having been admitted in 2003 and has gained extensive solid experience in Secured Development Lending and has acted for numerous bridging loan companies. She also has considerable experience in both residential and commercial property matters and has acted for individuals, property developers, companies and financial institutions.
Jasmeen has a friendly and approachable manner towards her clients. She is pro-active, calm in pressurised situations and strives to meet her clients’ deadlines and expectations at all times. Being conversant in some of the Asian languages to include Hindi, Punjabi and Urdu, Jasmeen is able to explain the legalities of a transaction in a language that her Clients understand.
Jasmeen advises clients on the following:
Sales and purchases;
Transfers of equity and gifts of land;
Granting, assignment and renewal of Commercial Leases;
Independent Legal Advice to Company Officers and Individuals;
Sale and purchase of Businesses;
Preparation of Lasting Power of Attorneys.
In her limited spare time, Jasmeen enjoys cooking, walking, socialising and spending quality time with her young family.
Atanas Angelov joined BSG Solicitors as a Trainee Solicitor in October 2020.
Atanas graduated from the University of Brighton in 2014 with a LLB (Honours) in Law with Business and then went on to complete his Legal Practice Course & LLM Master of Laws (with Commendation) at the University of Law in Moorgate London in 2015.
Atanas has extensive experience in healthcare regulation, which he built up working at the Fitness to Practise and General Counsel departments of the Nursing and Midwifery Council between 2015 – 2020. Prior to starting his training contract with BSG Solicitors, Atanas was a Senior Paralegal for the NMC’s Major Investigations Team where he worked on high profile and complex fitness to practise matters including those arising from criminal investigations, public inquiries, coroner inquests and those attracting national media interest. Atanas also has experience in litigation, employment law and data protection.
Atanas is fluent in Bulgarian and French.
Atanas’s interests include investment and wealth growth, martial arts and nutrition. He also enjoys hiking, surfing and skiing.
Neil Corre is a consultant with the firm. Neil qualified as a Solicitor in 1979 and as a Barrister in 2005.
He is a barrister specialising in medical regulatory, criminal and road traffic defence and judicial review. He has appeared in a number of leading cases in the High Court and the Court of Appeal, including Shaw v General Osteopathic Council  EWHC 2721 (Admin) on the meaning of ‘unacceptable professional conduct.’ He has written four books and is a regular contributor to legal journals. His advocacy and sound advice are complemented by a firm and fearless commitment to his clients. His hobbies include tea tasting, weather forecasting and listening to Beethoven