Phil-Robinson

Phil Robinson

Partner

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07967 032188

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What do you do for your clients at Ignition Law?

I work in partnership with my clients to provide accessible, personal legal and commercial advice to support founders and businesses on their journey as they scale and grow. I work with clients who are at the start of their entrepreneurial journey, founders who are looking to exit, and all stages in between. I have acted for international media and premium listed companies advising on more traditional acquisitions and disposals. I am highly experienced in fund raises, M&A and general corporate and commercial work.

What gets me out of bed in the morning

The honest answer is my children usually. Aside from them, a desire to work with talented and driven individuals who genuinely care about their business and who need timely, commercial and clear advice. The opportunity to face different challenges each day and make a demonstrable difference to our clients is hugely exciting for me.

An entrepreneur I admire

James Dyson, as he has been able to design and bring to market ground-breaking products that are aesthetic whilst still being practical and commercially viable. His visionary designs have had a tangible impact on people’s lives and transformed otherwise mundane items into exciting and desirable premium products.

What would you put on your Ignition Law playlist or bookshelf? 

All the Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr – read it and you will see why

A social cause I care about is….

Equality and ensuring the playing field is level for everyone

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Interests

When not with my family on the beach or camping, I enjoy running and underappreciating good wine.

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Saying farewell to the decade

As we approach the end of 2019 and enter a new decade, we would like to say thank you to all our clients past and present, to our partners, friends and supporters and to our team of outstanding lawyers for all their support over the past five years.

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