• Michael Parker
    After reading chemistry at Manchester University Michael pursued a successful career in Industry as a polyurethane Chemist, his paper on use of polyurethane in the shoe industry being given at Surrey University in September 1974. Whilst reading for a business studies diploma at Salford, Michael found his interest in the Law. He left industry, studied for and passed the Law Society’s professional exams and was admitted as a Solicitor in December 1978. In the early years Michael practised commercial law and was appointed a partner at Hills Solicitors. Michael left in November 1982 to set up Parkers Solicitors, where he continues to practice in the areas of business law and civil litigation. Michael divides his time between London and Manchester and is authorised to practice within the Dubai International Finance Centre. Michael’s interests have included flying and skiing , but more of his time is now taken visiting his homes in Greece and New Zealand with a growing love for sailing.
  • Julian Pegna
    Admitted as a solicitor in 1982 and after gaining a decade of experience in General, Civil and Criminal Litigation Julian now specialises in serious injury claims including cosmetic injury litigation, work place accident claims . Julian’s practice includes those road traffic accident claims where there is an element of credit hire damages and where the insurance industry wrongly alleges that the Claimant has made a fraudulent claim. Julian heads the Housing Disrepair Department. Julian is a member of APIL. His hobbies include golf, football, skiing and sailing.
  • Julia Cartwright
    Julia joined Parkers Solicitors in 1991 after completing her A Levels.  She qualified as a Legal Executive in 1997 and in 2000 was admitted as a Fellow of the Institute of Legal Executives (now the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives). Julia deals with all levels of Personal Injury Claims in the County Court where she has received judicial recognition in relation to her concise and clear presentation of facts.  She has particular interests in serious personal injury claims and claims involving credit car hire charges. Julia also has experience of Commercial Court matters. Julia has recently rekindled her childhood pastime of horse riding; she also enjoys reading and (not forgetting) spending time with her two children.
  • Laura Sharrock
    After reading English Literature at Queen Mary & Westfield College, London, Laura continued her studies in Law and was admitted as a Solicitor in 2008. Prior to joining Parkers Solicitors Laura has worked as in-house counsel and at a Chambers & Partners and Legal 500 listed boutique personal injury practice. Laura currently practices commercial litigation and business law and is authorised to practice in the Dubai International Finance Centre. In her spare time, Laura enjoys running and eating out.
  • Ramani Muniyandi
    Ramani was admitted as a Solicitor in England and Wales, and additionally admitted to the Supreme Court of Singapore. He is now based in Singapore as Head of Gray’s Law, whilst also acting in the jurisdiction of England and Wales as a consultant solicitor for Parkers Solicitors. Ramani Specialises on matters relating to Restructuring, Mergers, Acquisitions and Intellectual Property Law. He also advises Private Clients on Trusts, Succession and Wealth Management. Ramani is also authorised to practice in the Dubai International Finance Centre. Ramani enjoys a busy family life with two young children and his wife, who is also a practicing solicitor.