Further growth for Progeny Corporate Law

Further growth for Progeny Corporate Law

Progeny Corporate Law has expanded its UK and international commercial and residential property offering with two new senior hires.

Jonathan Crew, a former partner at national firm DWF, joins Progeny at its Leeds offices. He specialises in all aspects of commercial real estate, including large-scale investment acquisitions and disposals, as well as commercial property development and property portfolio management for national brand retail clients.

Sabina Dzudza, a solicitor previously with City firms Blake Morgan and Radcliffes Le Brasseur, specialises in residential property, with extensive experience in advising high-net-worth UK and internationally based clients on the sale and purchase of properties in the in the prime London market.

Mark Burns, managing director, said that the appointments, coupled with the firm’s recent merger with the Progeny Group, demonstrated its clear intention to grow the business.

“The fact that we have been able to attract such widely experienced and high quality personnel allows us to match our ambition with the capability to deliver for our clients, every time,” he said.

“The firm’s model and approach to law offers the opportunity for all of our fee earners to focus their energy and attention entirely on delivering exceptional service and value to their clients, regardless of the situation.”

The Progeny Corporate Law team of nineteen fee earners recently moved into its newly refurbished offices in Leeds.

 

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