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Keystone Law

Work 020 3319 3700
Fax 0845 458 9398
Belfast, Belfast BT2, Bristol, Douglas, Guernsey, London

Peter Garry

Work 020 7152 6550
Keystone Law

Work Department

Commercial disputes / Partnership


Peter has over 35 years of experience helping clients pursue complex commercial disputes. During the past 20 years he has developed a specialist practice resolving disputes within partnerships, LLPs and private limited companies. Peter also advises on the drafting of partnership, LLP and shareholder agreements and other partnership, LLP and company issues and transactions.


2012 Keystone Law Consultant Solicitor
2001-2012 Cripps Harries Hall Partner
1995-2001 Ralph Hume Garry Partner
1992-1995 Boodle Hatfield Partner
1990-1992 Payne Hicks Beach Partner
1986-1990 Sacker & Partners Partner
1983-1986 Payne Hicks Beach Assistant Solicitor
1981 Qualified as a Solicitor
1979-1981 Blyth & Robinson Trainee Solicitor

London: Corporate and commercial


Within: Partnership

Keystone Law’s professional practices team has ‘a very strong offering’ that includes partnership formation, incorporation restructuring, M&A, risk regulation and litigation. The group includes the ‘sure-handedPeter Garry, whose experience informs ‘great insight’ in relation to partnership law. The group was instructed by partners and firms in a number of high profile disputes in 2017, including sex discrimination, whistleblowing cases and partner exits. Consultant commercial litigator Stephen Ralph is ‘a veteran’ of the partnership space.

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