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Our litigation and dispute resolution team welcomes new solicitor

09 January 2018

We are pleased to have appointed a new solicitor to our Legal 500-rated litigation & dispute resolution team.

Katie Duthie has joined us from the Bristol office of national firm Lyons Davidson. She works with the team across a wide range of private and commercial work, including disputes arising from commercial contracts, landlord and tenant and property. Katie also deals with civil litigation and contentious probate and trust cases.

Litigation & dispute resolution partner Paul Gordon commented: “We are delighted to welcome Katie to our dynamic and innovative team. Katie’s appointment will help us to meet increasing demand from our growing client base, enabling us to continue to deliver the first-class client service that we are known for”.

Katie said: “I am really pleased to have joined the highly-regarded litigation & dispute resolution team at Willans, and am looking forward to working with a varied base of clients across Gloucestershire.”

Our commercial litigation practice scooped a prestigious top-tier rating in the latest edition of national independent guide The Legal 500, with 11 of the firm’s departments ranked in total. The guide praises our dispute resolution department for its “strong presence” in the region, describing it as “able to compete with larger regional players”.

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