Rollits recommended in 19 different service areas in UK Legal 500
A survey of the country's top500 law firms has once again recognised Rollits as one of thepre-eminent commercial law firms in the region, receivingacknowledgement as a leading specialist in 19 separate areas oflaw, including two "Top Tier" recommendations for work in the areasof corporate and commercial and commercial litigation.
16 lawyers at the firm havebeen highlighted in the editorial as leading practitioners in theirspecialist fields.
The Legal 500 directory is oneof the UK's leading legal directories and is widely regarded as the"Bible of the legal profession" in the UK. It featuresindependent editorial and recommendations of law firms and lawyersacross different practice areas.
Rollits featured strongly inits core practice areas and was recommended for its work andexpertise across a wide range of legal specialisms from employmentand intellectual property through to agriculture & estates andcharity law in Yorkshire and the Humber.
Managing Partner RichardField said: "The Legal 500 is one of the country's leading legalpublications so it is pleasing to be recognised for so many of ourservices - it really highlights the excellent work we do on a dailybasis in what is an extremely competitive marketplace."
He added: "Theirrecommendations underline the quality, strength in depth andexpertise we have within the firm as well as our commitment to theYorkshire and Humber region. The continuing efforts shown by allRollits' staff to achieve positive results are a great asset to thefirm and our clients."
Rollits is the only law firmin Hull to be recommended for its work in the areas of education,pensions, planning, media & entertainment and socialhousing.
Other areas of recommendationinclude agriculture & estates, banking & finance,charities, commercial property, construction, employment, family,insolvency & corporate recovery, intellectual property, IT& telecoms, personal tax, trusts & probate and propertylitigation.
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