Shareholder and Partnership Disputes
The firm has considerable experience in assisting clients in all types of shareholder and partnership disputes. Disputes between shareholders in limited companies revolve around interpretation of shareholders agreements or other corporate documents, such as Articles of Association. In partnership or LLP disputes they revolve around LLP agreements. However, in the absence of detailed provisions governing the relationship between the various parties resort is often had to the Companies Act 2006 in the case of companies or in the case of LLPS, the Limited Liability Partnerships Act 2000 and the LLP Regulations 2001.
These disputes invariably take place within the Chancery Division and often overlap with employment disputes as the shareholders/members may be directors and/or employees.
Blake-Turner have a reputation for being tenacious in dealing with such disputes, whilst at the same time looking to secure an agreed solution if possible.
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.
Blake-Turner have experience in Securities Litigation, including in particular dealing with a dispute over foreign exchange transactions…