Coffin Mew gains recognition in Legal 500 2015
Coffin Mew Solicitors has gained recognition for a wide range of legal services in the Legal 500’s 2015 league table of top firms in the UK.
Areas of expertise gaining “recommendations” in the handbook include: Corporate and Commercial, Dispute Resolution, Insolvency and Corporate Recovery, Employment, Intellectual Property and IT and Telecoms, Commercial Property, Charities and not for profit, Family, Personal tax, Trusts and Probate and Personal Injury.
Coffin Mew’s Commercial Property team, led by Nick Leavey, are noted for their clients Santander and Crayfern Homes. “Excellent” Peter Fellows and “practical and tailored” associate Amanda Read receive particular recognition.
The Employment team have maintained their Tier 2 position, and the new associate level experience of Amy Richardson is noted and praised.
The Corporate team has impressive cross-border experience, advising Verde Horticultural Holdings on its acquisition of Landgard from its German-owned holding company. Nick Gross, has substantial experience in the market.
Our Insolvency and Corporate Recovery team are praised for their breadth of competency in “corporate and personal, contentious and non-contentious, and business recovery matters”.
Miles Brown said “Coffin Mew’s rankings in the Legal 500 are important to us. They reflect the quality of work and breadth of services that we provide to our clients and referrers. Our excellent position in the South East is attributable to the determination of our highly motivated teams, who have embraced our business strategy.”