Two lawyers have had their hard work paid off with the announcement of their promotion to partner at Manchester-based law firm Glaisyers.
The new partners are Russell Brown, and Michael Key, both of whom trained at Glaisyers.
Russell currently heads the employment team and has been with the firm for eight years. He has a broad range of experience within the field of employment law advising both employers and senior level employees in a broad range of sectors throughout the North West.
Michael joined the firm in 1996 and specialises in alternative dispute resolution. His particular niche is in construction disputes and he has a wealth of experience in commercial landlord and tenant disputes, insolvency issues. He has a masters degree in construction and arbitration.
Russell Brown comments: “Both Michael and I have been with the firm a number of years and we’re pleased all our hard work has been recognised. As a firm, we take a long-term view to staff retention, we have low staff turnover with excellent good organic growth. We’re looking forward to the challenges our new roles bring.”
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Bell Pottinger North
Notes to editors
Glaisyers was established in Manchester in 1974. It is now an fourteen partner firm with offices in central Manchester and Longsight. With a staff of 86 people they are a medium sized firm small enough to retain the general practice ethos but big enough to ensure that all solicitors are specialists in their chosen fields. The Manchester office specialises in commercial and residential property for both private individuals and commercial developers together with company commercial transactions, employment, personal injury, road traffic act cases, litigation and financial services.