Further new appointments at Rollits
Adrian Coggon & Runoushka Daliah
Rollits has recruited two more lawyers to strengthen and add additional resource to its growing legal team.
Adrian Coggon and Runoushka Daliah have recently joined the firm, Adrian as an Associate in the Family Team and Runoushka as a lawyer in the Corporate Department. Both are based in the Hull office.
Solicitor Adrian, who graduated from The University of Hull in 1999, brings with him over 17 years’ experience in family & matrimonial work. He is a Family Mediator and Collaborative Lawyer and will use his expertise to advise clients on a range of family law matters offering advice and representation in divorce and separation cases, including those where there are disputes concerning financial issues and child arrangements. Adrian is currently a Specialist Member of Resolution and is also accredited by the Family Mediation Council as an All Issues Family Mediator.
Runoushka is a lawyer within the Corporate team who was called to the Bar of England and Wales in 2013. Prior to joining Rollits, she worked as a barrister in chambers and as an in-house lawyer in a large international offshore bank. She will handle all aspects of corporate law work including mergers and acquisitions, legal reviews, as well as undertaking work and providing advice on banking matters. Runoushka is an ACCA Affiliate and is also a member of the Chartered Institute of Bankers, Scotland (CIOBS).
Managing Partner Ralph Gilbert commented: "We are delighted to welcome Adrian and Runoushka to the firm as we continue to expand and grow.
“Adrian has a great wealth of experience in family law and we are confident that he will use his expertise and knowledge to great effect as part of the Family Team.
“Runoushka brings a different dimension to our corporate offer and her capability will complement and provide extra support to the existing team.”
Posted on: 11/07/2018
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