Rollits recommended for legal services in 19 different areas of law
A survey of the country`s top 500 law firms has once againrecognised Rollits as one of the pre-eminent commercial law firmsin the region with the firm receiving acknowledgement as a leadingpractitioner in 19 separate areas of law.
The Legal 500 directory is one of the UK`s leading legaldirectories and is widely regarded as the "Bible of the legalprofession" in the UK. It features independent editorial andrecommendations of law firms and lawyers across different practiceareas.
Rollits featured strongly in its core practice areas and wasrecommended for its work and expertise across a wide range of legalspecialisms from employment and intellectual property through toagriculture & estates and charity law in Yorkshire and theHumber.
Managing Partner Richard Field said: "The Legal 500 is one ofthe country`s leading legal publications so it is satisfying to berecognised for so many of our services - it really highlights theexcellent work we do on a daily basis in the Yorkshire region inwhat is an extremely competitive marketplace."
He added: "Their recommendations are tribute to the wholelegal team at Rollits and numerous individuals who are highlyskilled in their areas of expertise. The commitment shown by allRollits` staff to achieve positive results is a great asset to thefirm and our clients."
The publication recognised the firm`s expertise in company& commercial and commercial litigation by awarding it atop-tier ranking in these areas of law.
Rollits is the only Hull law firm to be recommended for itswork in the areas of education, pensions, planning, insolvency& corporate recovery, media and entertainment and socialhousing.
Other areas of recommendation include agriculture andestates, banking & finance, charities, commercial property,construction, family, intellectual property, IT & telecoms,personal tax, trusts and probate and propertylitigation.
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