Freeths adds three in Leeds and Sheffield

Freeths adds three in Leeds and Sheffield

Law firm Freeths has appointed three new senior members of staff to its offices in Yorkshire.

Andy Francey recently joined the Leeds office as a partner in the corporate team.

He advises on the full spectrum of corporate matters, as well as advising on banking transactions, particularly borrowers and lenders on facilities and security matters.

Joining Francey in Leeds in Nigel Bolton, a partner in the firm’s pensions department.

Bolton has joined from Irwin Mitchell and heads up the pensions team in the Leeds office. His widespread experience includes advising employers of all sizes and independent financial advisers.

In Sheffield, Mark Gudgeon has joined the dispute resolution team. He has experience in the private and public sector.

John May, managing partner for Leeds and Sheffield at Freeths, commented: “It is a great boost for our Yorkshire offices to have made these appointments.”

“All three of these lawyers bring a vast amount of skill and experience to the firm and will add to the great offering we already have. Yorkshire is a vibrant, growing market and I am sure Andy, Nigel and Mark will all thrive at Freeths.”

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