BRM Solicitors expands with new appointments in dispute resolution

BRM Solicitors expands with new appointments in dispute resolution

Regional law firm BRM Solicitors has made new appointments to its dispute resolution department.

Kate Fowler has joined BRM as an associate from Lupton Fawcett in Sheffield. Fowler specialises in property litigation and brings more than eight years of legal expertise to her new firm.

Ellie Davies, meanwhile, is the latest trainee solicitor to join BRM. Upon qualification, Davies will specialise in litigation and dispute resolution.

The latest recruits complement the recent appointments of executive director and department head Rob Cooke, whose extensive experience spans areas including commercial and property litigation.

Director Giles Searby’s expertise in the manufacturing and technology sectors and experience with international trade issues were a valuable addition to BRM’s dispute resolution department in 2020.

Cooke commented: “Kate and Ellie joining BRM is part of the firm’s ambitious plans for growth in Sheffield, where our business teams are gaining recognition for their consistently high service standards. The fact that we are rapidly attracting clients from both inside and outside of the region underlines that Sheffield is a great place to do business, and we are proud that BRM’s growth is playing a part in the continuing growth and evolution of Sheffield and its businesses.”

Pictured: Rob Cooke, Ellie Davies, James Parden, Kate Fowler, Ashley Wood and Giles Searby
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