‘This compact team impresses market commentators for punching above its weight and being arguably more influential than might be expected from a firm of its size’.
We are consistently rated as a leading firm in the provision of legal services to the travel industry by Chambers and Partners, the leading guide to the legal profession.
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Here are some of the things they’ve had to say about mb LAW:
‘mb LAW is a successful travel boutique firm. It has become a highly sought after name for cost-effective travel related advice, advising both tour operators and insurance companies alike. Clients include a number of specialist Lloyd’s underwriters’.
‘What the team is known for exclusively advises the travel and leisure industry, representing tour operators, insurers and agencies amongst others. Specialises in defendant personal injury litigation and international recoveries. Also handles regulatory and commercial work’.
According to sources, experienced travel practitioner Ian Hopkinson ‘is one of the best in this field’. He receives particular recognition for his skill in handling contentious travel matters and routinely defends fatal accident, catastrophic injury and illness claims. One impressed client says: ‘I am extremely happy with him and would recommend him to anyone needing travel law advice’.
Claire Ingleby regularly advises international travel companies and cruise operators on ATOL and package travel regulations. She also represents clients in transactions and is particularly adept at drafting complex commercial agreements. Sources say: ‘She’s always ready to listen and battle on our behalf, even in the face of very tough opponents’.
Robin Adams is well known for handling multi-party litigation arising out of catastrophic injuries and fatal accidents. Sources say: ‘He’s very smart and technically astute, and makes good decisions’. He is also noted for the way in which he ‘really fights his client’s case’.