Providing relevant, realistic recoveries solutions
Our commercial recovery teams are industry leaders both for consumer credit regulated matters and non-regulated matters. Our expert lawyers have a wealth of experience in providing assistance with debt recovery, mediation, litigation, and enforcement. We take a commercial approach to find cost effective recovery solutions for you and your business.
We have an impressive client base acting for small businesses right through to multi-national household-name clients. Our commercial approach combined with our pro-active case management means that our clients benefit from fast and effective recovery solutions. We are regularly reappointed to client panels for recovery work and are trusted advisors to our clients.
The Blake Morgan Commercial Recoveries team continues to retain the ranking in the top tier of the Legal 500 2021 directory, the ninth successive year.
"The 'outstanding' Sadak Miah leads the debt recovery team at Blake Morgan LLP. Assisting clients in 'overhauling' their repossession processes, he also handles notice of defaults and credit sale agreements. … Elizabeth Bowden is another key name to note." - Legal 500, 2021
"They take a very personal view of the relationship and always seek the best customer outcomes working for us. I am impressed by individuals from the firm – their attention to detail, fast turnaround times and their polite and courteous manner‘." - Legal 500, 2021
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