Keystone Law is delighted to announce that Martin Howe has joined the firm’s Bristol office.
Prior to joining Keystone, Martin was a Partner at Bevan Brittan. He has particular expertise in the interpretation and drafting of construction and related contracts for clients in both public and private sectors, and has authored more industry standard forms of contract than any lawyer currently practising. Martin’s broad client base comprises numerous public and private sector organisations including universities, local authorities, central government departments, NHS Trusts, housing associations, and many construction contractors.
Martin joins the Bristol office’s growing team which already includes several senior construction and planning lawyers who have all previously worked at major firms including:
- Louise Garcia joined in January 2014 from Withy King
- David Hickman joined in January 2014 from Addleshaw Goddard
- Ben Garbett joined in 2009 from Charles Russell
- Martin Goodall joined in 2009 (previously at Clarke Willmott)
The Keystone Bristol office is now comprised of 15 partner level lawyers advising on a range of issues from employment, commercial contracts, corporate issues and a growing insurance practice.
Managing Director of Keystone Law, James Knight says:
“As client demand grows in the South West, we continue to strengthen our Bristol team. Martin joins a team of highly experienced solicitors whose combined expertise, in both contentious and non-contentious matters, makes them perfectly placed to advise clients across a wide-range of legal issues.”;