Ramsdens Solicitors launches new specialist department

Huddersfield-based Ramsdens Solicitors has brought together a multi-disciplinary team to support professional service firms.

Ramsdens’s clients across the legal and accountancy sectors, as well as surveyors, architects, independent financial advisers and estate agents, and even medical and dental practitioners, will benefit from a multi-disciplinary team that will support and advise them from the point of creation of their partnership, limited liability partnership or limited company, and through every stage of development.

The Ramsdens specialist team boasts expertise across the range of advice and representation that professional service firms require, including: core documentation; governance and change management; and mergers and acquisitions.

The team will also work on reward and progression structures and performance management; succession planning and implementation; regulatory issues and liaison with governing bodies; sensitive investigations; and pre-dispute and dispute resolution support and litigation

The Ramsdens team is made up of experienced lawyers and advisers, many of whom are or have held senior management positions in their own successful firms.

David Bradley, chairman of Ramsdens and member of the specialist team, commented: “By bringing together experienced professionals working across disciplines, we provide a focused and highly relevant service to clients in the professional services firm sector.”

“The business dynamics within a professional services firm often display unique characteristics which as lawyers, partners, members and owners ourselves we understand and tailor our advice accordingly. We believe this sector of the market is not currently served particularly well and with our partner-led service we aim to improve upon that situation.”

Paul Joyce, Stephen Newman, Joanne Coen, Paul Booth and Richard Dean are also apart of the new specialist team at Ramsdens.

(Pictured, from left to right: Paul Joyce, Paul Booth, Joanne Coen, Richard Dean, David Bradley and Stephen Newman)