Mark Lake, Solicitor at Taylor Law has over 30 years’ experience in dealing with all areas of Police Discipline, Police Law, Injury on Duty Pension Awards and Police Pension Cases.
Mark is a highly regarded Panel Solicitor for the Police Federation of England and Wales, (PFEW).
Mark is one of country’s leading specialists in Police Pension Law, Police ill-health, Police Medical Appeal Boards (PMAB) and Injury on Duty Pension awards. He has successfully advised through to statutory appeals, judicial reviews and the Court of Appeal, changing the law regarding Police Pensions in numerous cases including:
He is highly regarded within the complex area of K5 Pension Forfeiture cases, successfully conducting a large amount of Crown Court Appeal cases and advising all officers involved in Operation Elveden.
Mark has represented Police Officers across the country in Professional Discipline, Police Medical Appeal Boards, (PMAB) and Criminal cases. Including high profile cases involving serious corruption such as Operation Russia.
Instructed by the PFEW, Mark has successfully challenged cases at the Investigatory Powers Tribunal (IPT) for breaches of the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act 2000 (RIPA) including abuses of the Data Protection Act.
Mark’s expertise extends to cases involving Malicious Prosecution, Misfeasance in Public Office and Racism within the Police Force He has achieved substantial compensation rewards on behalf of his clients.
“Absolutely fantastic service. Took such a weight off my shoulders. Resolved everything with minimum fuss and explained everything. Carol Bradford is so lovely she put my mind at ease right away. Thank you so much”.