Blake-turner Solicitors are based in Fenchurch Street, in the heart of the City of London. The specialist law practice assists clients with all their legal needs. Meet the qualiifed professionals that make up the team below.
Peter Blake-Turner is the senior partner, and a highly experienced lawyer in a variety of areas of law.
Peter has steered many clients to success in the Court of Appeal from Wallersteiner v Moir in 1974, which concerned piercing the corporate veil, through Clegg –v- Andersson in 2003 which established the time when a purchaser of shoddy goods could reject toBeaumont and O’Neill –v- Ferrer in 2016, when the Court of Appeal confirmed that claimants injured as a result of their own criminal activities could not recover damages….Read more
Rupert is a member of the Employment Lawyers Association (“ELA”) and was a member of the ELA working party involved in the consultation process with the Government in relation to the introduction of fees in the Employment Tribunal and the Employment Appeals Tribunal. Rupert also advises employees at all levels on settlement agreements with their employers.
Rupert’s particular expertise lies in providing sound commercial advice to clients designed to achieve their goals in the most economical way possible.
The firm acts for a wide range of businesses and individuals according to their needs and is always willing to consider acting for clients on a damages based agreement (“DBA”), conditional fee agreements (no win no fee) or hybrid conditional fee agreements where appropriate.
Rupert lives in Hertfordshire with his family and is keen follower of all sports especially cricket….Read more
Paul has over 10 years’ deal and litigious negotiation experience and has advised clients across a diverse range of sectors, including electronics and communications, new technologies, travel, private aviation, the insolvency profession, distributors, estate agents, and insurance companies and brokers.
Many of Paul’s clients are high net worth individuals, professionals and management-owned UK businesses who call upon his experience and expertise to bring about speedy, pragmatic and efficient routes to the completion of their objectives and/or resolution of the legal challenges they face in their business and professional lives….Read more
In addition to representing developers, contractors, engineers and private clients with respect to construction projects, he also represents a number of insolvency practitioners.
Recently he has both brought and defended actions against banks relating to large commercial loans. He has also advised both insurers and insured parties with respect to a variety of insurance policies….Read more