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More Chambers & Partners Success for CWJ
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From left to right: Kevin Bristow, Nicky Androsov, David Greenhalgh, Claire Schneck,
This is what the Chambers & Partners 2014 guide says about CWJ:
"Their strength is their willingness to engage with clients in all sorts of ways, for instance through seminars and meetings." "The friendliness of the firm makes a big difference."
and some of our people, three of whom have been recognised for their expertise for the first time:
Head of Family Law Claire Schneck demonstrates strengths across the board, with considerable expertise in complex financial remedy disputes, TOLATA cases and children law matters. Sources note that "she's very incisive and forward-thinking."
Kevin Bristow specialises in leave to remove cases and high net worth financial disputes, and he is also trained in collaborative law methods. Sources note that "he makes his clients feel secure, especially anxious clients. He makes them feel like they can relax and have complete confidence in him."
Highly regarded David Greenhalgh, Head of Personal Injury and Clinical Negligence, is praised for his experience in the field, and his ability to "handle clients beautifully."
Andrew Wright is very good at "understanding the realities of running a business and meeting our goals."
Benjamin Madden was the lead partner on the DirectCash transaction. He is also noted for his expertise in the healthcare sector.
John Bowden advises a range of small businesses on business-critical corporate transactions.
Amanda Mehlin, has expertise in debt recovery, defamation and property disputes. One source describes her as "commercially sensible."
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