“Blake Morgan are very user-friendly, quick to provide information and give very good client care. They are good at getting to the heart of the matter.”
We have a large number of specialists, many of whom are regarded by the independent directories as leaders in their field, and provide a mediation service. We have experience in all types of commercial and contract disputes, with specialisms in the following areas:
|Banking and finance disputes
||Employment disputes||Professional negligence|
|Business support and insolvency||Franchising disputes||Property litigation|
|Civil fraud and asset recovery||Intellectual property disputes
International commercial disputes
|Public procurement Litigation|
|Company disputes||Judicial reviews||Social housing
|Construction and engineering disputes||Partnership disputes||Will and inheritance disputes|
|Corporate and shareholder disputes||Pensions disputes|
|Defamation and reputation management||Product liability|
We work with national and international corporations, government departments, regulators, financial institutions, individuals, partnerships and owner managed businesses. Clients for whom we have acted include:
|Alcatel||Principality Building Society||Solicitors Regulatory Authority||NHS England|
|AXA Insurance plc||IBM||Tinopolis plc||Kerry Group|
|DHL||NHS Shared Services Partnership||University of South Wales|
|Personal Hygiene Services Ltd.||Welsh Government|
Examples of cases in which we have recently acted include:
“Blake Morgan's exceptional team can confidently match more heavyweight opponents on equal terms.”
“Overall, it has been an excellent performance. They are always timely and they react to situations very quickly, but the biggest bonus to me is that they communicate in plain English!”
Blake Morgan has made two key appointments to build on the success of its London-based commercial litigation practice.
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Since the introduction of the Regulations, there has been considerable uncertainty as to whether transactions involving computer software can be categorised as "sale of goods" for the purposes of the Regulations. The position has now been clarified.
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