Irwin Mitchell Denies Bad Advice Claims In £1.3M Share Suit

Law360, London (November 10, 2020, 7:00 PM GMT) -- Law firm Irwin Mitchell has told a London court that the alleged problem it failed to spot in a share sale agreement was a routine provision included in many contracts as it fought back in a £1.3 million ($1.7 million) suit brought by a British construction adviser. 

The law firm hit back at the suit Daniel Rowe brought over contracts governing the sale of his stake in Jackson Rowe Associates Ltd., a Kent-based construction specialist, to F3 Group Ltd., a London-based real estate development consultancy, in 2013.

Rowe claims that the shareholders agreement drawn up by Thomas Eggar LLP, which merged with Irwin Mitchell...

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