Boyes Turner is best known for its strong expertise within the technology sector, according to The Legal 500. Mark Blunden assists technology clients on the commercialisation of their products and services, including outsourcing, licensing, product and brand development, often with an international aspect.
Corporate partner Kate Eavis advises life science, biotechnology and software spin-outs. Senior associate Chris Dobson is recommended for M&A transactions in the technology and healthcare sectors. Robert Rice departed to Harrison Clark Rickerbys in December 2018.
Practice head(s): Mark Blunden
Other key lawyers: Kate Eavis; Chris Dobson
Shareholders of BrandView; Auto Trader Group plc; CIRCOR International Inc; Panasonic; Wayfair.
In real estate, Boyes Turner is rated in the top tier.
Boyes Turner leverages specialist practitioners in complementary areas such as planning, construction and dispute resolution. Nick Carter leads the 'very knowledgeable' four-partner team who have 'outstanding capabilities' in commercial and residential development, technology and real estate finance. Mark Appleton specialises in the purchase, letting and disposal of properties for owners, occupiers and investors, while Derek Ching primarily advises landowners and developers on land development issues, including aspects of site acquisitions and assembly, secured lending to developers (acting for lenders and borrowers), as well as environmental and planning issues. William Nassau-Lake has 'an outstanding reputation' in housing development. Rachel Duncan and Sarah Webb are also recommended.
Practice head(s): Nick Carter
Other key lawyers: Mark Appleton; Derek Ching; William Nassau-Lake; Sarah Webb; Rachel Duncan
Castleford Homes; Ericsson; Verifone; Montpelier Estates; Cygnet Investments.