Admitted in 1979, Brian Flint was a Partner at Pearson Rowe from 1982. Pearson Rowe merged with mfg Solicitors LLP in 2018. Brian is a Consultant in mfg's Commercial Property Division.
Areas of Expertise:
Brian has a wealth of commercial and background legal knowledge and is now practising as a Commercial Property Lawyer in relation to Freehold and Leasehold transactions.
Historically he has 20 years’ background in dealing with business and contractual areas including both private individual, small business and corporate matters.
Where necessary Brian is dedicated to getting to the heart of issues quickly, so they can be addressed as effectively as possible with his support.
Previously he has also acted for the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) in four interventions to close down solicitors’ practices, giving him the practical experience and knowledge to advise solicitors looking to wind up their firm in a proper and orderly manner if necessary.
Membership of Professional Bodies & Organisations:
Brian is a member of Pyramus and Thisbe and The Birmingham Law Society.
“Brian Flint and his colleagues have provided me with legal advice on both property and personal matters for over 20 years and I have always found them supportive and helpful with regards to all of the instructions. I have worked with Brian Flint and other Solicitors at mfg Solicitors on behalf of their clients and my clients on a variety of issues and again they have always provided an excellent service. I look forward to continuing to work with Brian Flint and the team in the future.”
"A great job done. A big thank you from all the family for dropping everything and getting this to a great conclusion. Without your immediate input and total commitment this would not have been possible. The Seller’s Commercial Agent said he was very impressed with the professional manner you dealt with all communications and indeed this was one of the factors which brought about a positive outcome. We owe you a big thanks of gratitude and will be indebted to you forever."