Admitted in 1979, Brian Flint joined Pearson Rowe as a partner three years later.
With over 20 years’ experience in dealing with business and contractual disputes, negligence claims and property matters, Brian is dedicated to getting to the heart of equine law problems quickly, so they can be addressed as effectively as possible.
He achieves particular satisfaction from resolving issues in a manner that achieves the client’s desired result as quickly and economically as possible.
Brian’s extensive legal expertise is complemented by his broad experience of horse ownership, and has five horses at home. In his spare time, Brian attends a number of equestrian events, as his wife is a keen cross country rider, where he meets many other horse owners.
Partner Alpesh Patel was admitted as a solicitor in 2004, and advises on all aspects of civil litigation.
He has over 10 years’ experience in contractual disputes, negligence claims and personal injury law. A member of the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL), Alpesh is sympathetic to the needs of the injured party and has a high success rate.
His portfolio contains many owners of horses and stables, and he has contacts with a number of equine agents.