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Robin Blay joins Swan Turton LLP as a Senior Litigator

Swan Turton LLP is delighted to announce that Robin Blay has joined the firm as a Senior Litigator.

Commercial and media law firm Swan Turton is delighted to welcome senior litigator Robin Blay.  With heavyweight commercial litigation expertise, Robin’s practice including property disputes, professional negligence, contentious probate and civil fraud happily complements our existing team.

Catherine Fehler Team Head says:

We are thrilled that Robin has joined us, and look forward to working together to continue the firm’s development.”

Robin Blay comments:

The Swan Turton team is a natural fit for me. This move brings fresh opportunities to serve my existing and future clients in a talented and collegiate environment”.


About Swan Turton LLP

Swan Turton is a 17-lawyer firm offering market leading services in the media, marketing and technology sectors based in Covent Garden, London.

The firm and its individual partners are recognised as leaders in their fields. The firm provides expert and specialist advice to clients in the media, creative and high-tech industries, amongst others. By offering an efficient, partner-led service, Swan Turton remains attuned to the needs of all its clients, which include individuals, start ups and multi-national corporations.

Our practice is increasingly international and we frequently work on deals alongside and/or against major international law firms. Swan Turton is the UK member of Adlaw International, a global network of law firms specialising in advertising and marketing law. Thanks to our expertise, reputation and legal reach, we are able to act for clients on matters that would more often be the preserve of multinational law firms.

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