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Blake Morgan LLP

Work 020 7405 2000
Fax 0844 620 3402
445 LDE

Claire Lamkin

Work 020 7014 5279
Blake Morgan LLP

Work Department

Property litigation.




Trained Dewar Hogan; qualified 2000.


Property Litigation Association; British Council of Shopping Centres.

London: Real estate

Property litigation

Within: Property litigation

Blake Morgan LLP has ‘lots of experience and some great lawyers in the team’. Advice is ‘always very concise and to the point’ and the team is praised for its ‘exceptional response times’ and ‘robust defence of their clients’. The group has been instructed in relation to a London development site where an attempt was made to fraudulently transfer ownership. The firm is typically instructed by investors and developers, landlords and tenants, retailers, high net-worth individuals and hotels. Notable clients include Tops Pizza, Meadow Partners and Dorrington. Erina Kourtis has joined the team from Taylor Wessing LLP while the ‘calm, knowledgeable and responsive’ Daniel Kidd heads the practice. Partners Claire Lamkin and David Wadsworth are singled out for praise by clients. Lamkin always ‘pushes to get the best commercial outcome’ and Wadsworth is ‘very robust in his approach’ and ‘a real pleasure to work with’.

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