Blake-Turner have experience in Securities Litigation, including in particular dealing with a dispute over foreign exchange transactions, which involved the interpretation of an Introducing Broker Agreement. This was a dispute on behalf of a broker which conducted business providing services to a number of Middle East based clients within a foreign exchange company which provided trading services in the foreign currency market and in contracts for difference. In the action Blake-Turner’s client sought an account of profits which it contended were payable by the Company.
Issues which arose included construction of the agreement as well as estoppel by convention. The case went to trial in the High Court Queen’s Bench Division and resulted in significant sums being recovered for the client. The case was reported:-
Byblos International Fund LLC –v- IFX Markets Limited (formerly known as IFX Limited)  EWHC 346 (QB).
Consumer Protection Litigation
These cases often involve a mixture of consumer protection legislation such as the Consumer Rights Act 2015…
Blake-Turner LLP have considerable experience in acting for clients who are obtaining or are on the receiving end of injunctions.
Shareholder and Partnership Disputes
Blake-Turner LLP accept instructions from those seeking redress for professional negligence and those defending potential claims.
Commercial Debt Recovery
It is obviously crucial to any business that its customers pay invoices when they fall due. However, as all business owners and managers…