Who we can help

Clients of the Firm whose claims range from the low thousands to in excess of £200m include international businesses, PR agencies and professional services firms, small business owners, company HR and finance departments, families, politicians and high net-worth individuals.

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Reported Cases

Griffin Law is proud to work at the cutting edge of law and jurisprudence. Among our reported cases are the following:

  • Finch v Richardson [2009] 1 WLR 1338
  • Baxendale-Walker v Middleton & Ors [2011] All ER (D) 242 (Apr)
  • AMP v Persons Unknown [2012] All ER (D) 178 (Jan)
  • Harris v Charalambous [2013] All ER (D) 280 (Jun)
  • Sargespace Limited v Eustace [2013] All ER (D) 26 (Oct)
  • Nattrass v UK Independence Party [2013] All ER (D) 111 (Oct)
  • Hallam Estates Limited v Baker [2014) All ER (D) 163 (May)
  • Barker v Baxendale Walker Solicitors [2016] All ER (D) 208 (Mar)
  • T v V & Ors [2017]

Welcome to Griffin Law

Griffin Law is a niche litigation practice that gives expert advice to individuals and businesses who are involved in disputes of all kinds. The Firm was founded in January 2008.

Named after the founder’s late Irish grandfather, the broadcaster and soldier Patrick Griffin, Griffin Law is proud to provide innovative, cost-effective, commercially-oriented, proactive and tenacious legal advice to individuals and businesses in Kent, London and from around the world.

The Firm is unique in guaranteeing to share the risks of litigation with every client through the use of discounted hourly rate conditional fee agreements.

When you commit to us, we commit to you.

Remuneration Trusts and the GAAR Advisory Panel’s opinions

  Two recent opinions published by the GAAR Advisory Panel have highlighted the importance of proper operation of remuneration trust structures by trust adherents, trustees and fiduciary managers of trust property

The Law Commission proposes adaptations to the English law for the digital revolution

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Do you REALLY need to go to court?

Judge Stephen Wildblood QC In a recent article published in the Law Society Gazette Judge Stephen Wildblood QC, a leading family judge in Bristol, warns family

Effect of the Coronavirus Lockdown on Divorce

A nationwide lockdown has never occurred before. We are still dealing with the many consequences of the enforced isolation, or the effects of close proximity to the same people or

Our Battle Against Sexual Exploitation and Abuse in the International Aid Sector Moves to the Next Stage

  Prof. Andrew MacLeod, non-executive chairman of Griffin Law spoke from Melbourne, Australia Griffin Law non-executive chairman, Prof. Andrew MacLeod, delivered a witness submission to the International Development Committee of

Griffin Law included in The Legal 500 United Kingdom 2021 rankings.

We are extremely honored to have been included in The Legal 500 United Kingdom 2021 rankings.  The Legal 500 United Kingdom is the leading guide to law firms and solicitors in the

UPDATED: Notes to Employers during the Coronavirus Crisis: April–October 2020

UPDATE: 9 OCTOBER 2020 – Extended Job Support Scheme The Chancellor has announced an extension to the Job Support Scheme, which we hope may give some comfort to those of

Griffin Foundation Gift Giving – September 2020 – In memory of Maisy Mayne

This month's gift giving was nominated by Gemma Baldock in memory of Maisy.  On 21st August, Gemma’s friends lost their beautiful 8-year old daughter Maisy, after a tragic accident. Her younger

We’ve been short-listed for a prestigious Law Society Award

Griffin Law has been shortlisted for a prestigious Law Society Excellence Award 2020, in the "Access to Justice" category. This award, the highest accolade for law firms in England and Wales, celebrates excellence

Protection for tenants behind on rent

THE EFFECT OF COVID-19 ON LANDLORD AND TENANT RESIDENTIAL POSSESSION CLAIMS Image: Eviction UPDATE: The Coronavirus Act 2020 (Residential Tenancies: Protection from Eviction)(Amendment)(England) Regulations 2020 came

Divorce shopping? England is the Harvey Nicks of jurisdictions

The divorce capital of the world – an “untrammelled licence” to go forum-shopping? It was reported in 2012 that of the divorce cases heard by English courts involving huge sums

Griffin Foundation – August 2020 – Gift-giving update

Nominated by our Managing Associate, Mark Fleet Cancer Research UK - £500 This September, Mark is riding 300 miles to raise money for Cancer Research UK. He is hoping to raise

Law Commission proposes change to protect consumers who have pre-paid for goods from a retailer who has become insolvent.

“With more and more people prepaying for goods online, it is so important our laws are up to date to reduce the risk of customers losing out if a business


Are you prepared for the legal (and possibly financial) consequences of failing to provide home-based workers with a safe working environment? The period of enforced lockdown brought on by the

Restaurant Used Contact Tracing Data for Marketing – Griffin Law Reacts

On July 10th, Griffin Law’s managing director had dinner at the Goudhurst Inn. On arrival, he provided his name, email address and mobile number and  was told that he would

The perils of Zoom: Judge gets caught out on hot mic

Unsuccessful parties to litigation will often complain that judges are biased. In Re C (A Child), the Court of Appeal held that Mrs Justice Judd ought to have recused herself

Why choose us…

Niche. All we do is litigation and dispute resolution. We act for high net-worth individuals, owner-managed businesses and other law firms across a wide range of areas of law with claims ranging from the low thousands to tens of millions of pounds. In some areas of law, we are recognised as market leaders and pioneers.

Innovative. Too many lawyers fail to think outside of the box. Not us. We pride ourselves on being truly innovative in the way that we approach your litigation, bringing claims that you may not have thought of and deploying tactics that you may not have considered.

Proactive. Unlike most lawyers, we do not sit back and wait for something to happen. We make things happen. We do not wait for you to contact us for an update. We regularly update and involve you in resolving your dispute as cost-effectively and promptly as possible.

Tenacious. We are the kind of lawyers that you will want on your side, not against you. We are aggressive when we need to be, fighting hard to achieve the best result possible for you at all times.

Commercially-Minded. We find out straightaway what you want when it comes to resolving any dispute and make sure we remember those goals at all times. We speak in plain English and avoid becoming embroiled in unnecessary or self-indulgent legal arguments that are of little relevance to resolving your dispute.

Strategic. We devise a plan, stick to it and refine it as a case progresses. A unique Dispute Resolution Strategy Memorandum underpins the strategy that we will adopt in resolving your dispute.

Professional. We are proud to be professional in everything we do. We are authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority and aspire to the highest standards of ethics. We are insured in the unlikely event that we make a mistake for which we are rightly held to blame.

Bespoke. We do not believe in a “one size fits all” approach to litigation. Every client’s case is different. We work alongside clients to ensure that they are happy with the strategy, tactics and costs budget. We are always willing to shape our approach to suit our clients’ needs.

Teamwork. We work closely with our clients, involving them every step of the way. That teamwork builds trust, with many clients staying with us (and referring new business to us) for years to come. It also means cases are run cost-effectively and with a minimum of fuss. Throughout, every client can call on a team of skilled professionals led by a senior lawyer with many years of experience. You are never fobbed off to an administrator or a clerk.

Empathetic. We know that litigation can be worrisome and time-consuming. While we are familiar with the court process, we appreciate our clients may not be. We work to put our clients at ease throughout, making it clear that we are on their side doing our utmost to win their case for them.


“When I was being mistreated by a major organisation I turned to Griffin Law. They were swift in their actions, realistic in their advice and open about the costs. They saw me through by being extremely sensitive to me and equally aggressive to the other side. I cannot recommend them highly enough.”

AJPW, Manchester

The Law Commission is to analyse the law relating to digital assets and smart contracts to identify gaps in the law and offer reforms to accommodate new technologies playing a role in modern commercial engagements. Check it out.

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