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Joseph McCormick joins Rosenblatt as Partner in Dispute Resolution

Leading City law firm, Rosenblatt Limited, today announces that Joseph McCormick has joined the firm as a Partner in its Dispute Resolution practice. Previously with international law firm Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner LLP, based in its London office, Joseph has significant experience handling complex commercial disputes.

Law Firm IPOs: Pricing on a Wing and a Prayer

Thetopic oflaw firmIPOs has attracted a lot of attention recently with the inevitably polarised perspectives that it represents a new golden age of law firm restructuring and capitalisation or the latest hot air, hyperbole …

CEO Nicola Foulston speaks to Lloyds Banking Group

Rosenblatt Limited CEO, Nicola Foulston, speaks to Lloyds Banking group, sharing a legal sector perspective on what is currently important to business as part of their Helping Britain Prosper campaign…

Rosenblatt Limited is delighted to announce the appointment of Paul Bagon as Partner

Rosenblatt Limited CEO, Nicola Foulston, is delighted to confirm that Paul Bagon has been made Partner from 1st June 2018 as part of the Company’s plans to continue to strengthen the Insolvency and…

Rosenblatt Limited acts for Northern & Shell in a £100million merger of Emoov and Tepilo

Rosenblatt Limited has acted for the Northern & Shell group in the £100 million merger of online estate agents, Emoov and Tepilo. The deal means that the enlarged company (which also merged with…

CEO Nicola Foulston Interview with Ian King

Rosenblatt Limited CEO, Nicola Foulston, speaks to Ian King on Sky News as the company’s shares traded on the Alternative Investment Market on Tuesday 8 May 2018. It’s become the fourth law…

How far can a solicitor lien?

Gavin Edmondson Solicitors Limited v Haven Insurance Company Limited UKSC 21 Solicitors have long been entitled to a lien for payment of their costs and disbursements. A lien provides an equitable…

When is hardball played too hard in the eyes of the Court?

The case of Al Nehayan v Kent The recent case of Sheikh Tahnoon Bin Saeed Bin Shakhboot Al Nehayan v Ioannis Kent (AKA John Kent) EWHC 333 (Comm) recounts the breakdown of a friendship as well as a…

Rosenblatt tests the bounds of Litigation Privilege

For the claimant, Bilta (UK) Ltd One Essex Court’s Orlando Gledhill QC and South Square’s Matthew Abraham, instructed by Rosenblatt Solicitors. Please click the following link to see an…

Rosenblatt successfully oppose application to amend Particulars

Members of a golf club suing its owners for breach of contract in respect of their life memberships were not allowed to amend their particulars to claim exemplary damages. The possibility that the law might develop to allow exemplary damages in contractual claims did not equal a real prospect of success…