Blocks receives praise in Legal 500 2015.

September 18, 2015 1:05 pm Published by

Blocks Solicitors is celebrating following the publication of the Legal 500 2015.

Blocks received many mentions over the main areas in which they practise, details of which are quoted below:-

Corporate and Commercial

Andrew Fleming at Blocks has 30 years’ experience and is a respected advisor to many of the region’s SME clients.


At Blocks, Litigator Graham Mead deals with Licensing Applications and Corporate Partner, Andrew Fleming advises many local businesses on Licensing Reviews.

Commercial Litigation

Graham Mead at Blocks is a “personable and highly capable” Litigator.


“Exceptional Employment Lawyer” Frances Barker at Blocks is highly experienced in advising SME’s. Barker, who leads the Suffolk HR Forum, advises housing associations not for profit – organisations and private companies in sectors such as agriculture, health care and insurance”.


Gerry Field, at Blocks, advises land owners on easements for off shore wind projects and option agreements for Sizewell C Power Station. He regularly acts in land sales and partnership matters.


At Blocks “exceptional Lawyer” Demelza Butler “provides excellent service, looks after clients and helps them be positive”.

Personal Tax, Trusts and Probate – Ipswich

At Blocks Nicola Weldon moved from the Felixstowe office to lead the team, which advises regional and London–based clients. STEP – qualified associate, John Riddett is recommended.

Commercial Property – Ipswich

Andrew Fleming and Gerry Field at Blocks advise a large regional commercial lender.

Social Housing

Blocks’ Property Partners, Andrew Fleming and Gerry Field, regularly advise three RSL’s on funding, development and refinancing.

Blocks Partner, Graham Mead, said;

“We are delighted by the comments and testimonials in the Legal 500, it reflects our continuing commitment to excellence”.

If you are interested in instructing Blocks, please do not hesitate to get in touch, we would be delighted to hear from you.

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