Coffin Mew is again recognised for excellence by Chambers & Partners 2016
Chambers & Partners, the benchmarking programme for the legal sector, have again highly regarded Coffin Mew following their robust and exhaustive research process.
Areas of expertise gaining “recommendations” include: Corporate & M&A, Family & Matrimonial, Personal Injury, Real Estate and Restructuring & Insolvency.
Our Corporate team leapt to band 3. Nick Gross receives high praise from clients who write that “the quality is very high” in the work he does. Amanda Brockwell is described as “very commercially astute” who “makes sure her advice is aligned with your needs”. Amanda’s particular expertise in recruitment and healthcare sectors is also recognised.
The Clinical Negligence team “remains particularly distinguished for its ability to obtain favourable settlements in complex cerebral palsy cases”, and are quoted by clients as “caring and compassionate”, with Sue Bowler being described as “the dream solicitor”.
In our Employment team, Dorlee Monschau is highlighted for her “contentious and non-contentious employment support” and her particular experience in the charitable sector. One client said that the preparation of the team is “second to none” and that “nothing is left to chance”.
Our Insolvency team are noted for their “dedicated team of specialists which takes on the full range of insolvency cases”. Some of our clients highlighted by Chambers include Kingston Smith, KPMG, Quantuma, Baker Tilly and Portland.
Our Real Estate team are known for their “significant experience” within the region, and are described as having a “good commercial approach”. One client testified that they can turn things around “at the drop of a hat”. Peter Fellows is highlighted for his “substantial experience in real estate finance as well as the sale and purchase of investment and development property”. Clients say he “really understands the need to get the deal over the line” and that he is “very knowledgeable and always comes up with solutions.”