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Collyer Bristow defamation and reputation management partner Dominic Crossley was recently interviewed on This Morning.
Collyer Bristow has announced that it has recruited intellectual property specialist Tim Bamford from Withers, where he had been a partner since 2005.
London law firm Collyer Bristow, which has an in-house contemporary art gallery, is to exhibit the work of partner Steven Heffer.
Collyer Bristow has appointed Nathan Donaldson as a partner in its employment team.
Collyer Bristow has announced an upcoming seminar on post-termination restrictions.
In October Collyer, Bristow held a mock employment tribunal hearing based on a real case involving claims of constructive unfair dismissal and disability discrimination.
London-based law firm Collyer Bristow has announced that it has recruited experienced family law practitioner Sue Breen from Hodge, Jones & Allen.
Collyer Bristow is hosting an interactive seminar, based on a real-life case study, on how best to deal with threats to your business from former employees.
Collyer Bristow has announced its 2013 client survey results. Each year, the firm conducts a survey to get feedback on the service it provides to its commercial and private clients.
Collyer Bristow has recruited experienced international private client tax specialist William Hancock from Speechly Bircham.
Joe Cohen of Collyer Bristow’s IP team spoke at the recent American Bar Association’s 29th Annual Intellectual Property Law Conference.
Collyer Bristow has entered into a 10-month-long challenge against six other companies to raise money for charity.
Collyer Bristow has appointed financial markets and distressed debt specialist Robin Henry and experienced commercial litigator Roger Billins.
Collyer Bristow’s financial disputes lawyer Janine Alexander has been quoted in The Times.
Collyer Bristow corporate law partner Nick Gould has spoken at the Cabinet Office on the subject ‘Good/bad law — a cry for common sense’.
Collyer Bristow trainee Robert Andrews and Alex Just, a pupil barrister at Old Square Chambers, engaged in a ‘life swap’ in March, which was featured in The Times.
Collyer Bristow took part in the 10km London Legal Walk on 19 May.
Collyer Bristow has hired partner Robin Henry to its financial disputes group. Henry advises on structured finance and distressed debt strategies.
City AM has reported on Christopher Rennie-Smith’s move to Collyer Bristow’s intellectual property (IP) team.
Collyer Bristow’s James Badcock, who has been a partner with the firm since 2011, has been appointed as head of the tax and estate planning team.