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Litigation boutique Edwin Coe has hired four partners to accommodate its growing client list.
Edwin Coe plans ahead with four-partner haul" />Litigation boutique Edwin Coe has hired four partners to accommodate its growing client list.
The firm has taken on Teacher Stern IP partner Simon Miles, Royds Solicitors litigation partner Vivien Davies, Fasken Martineau’s former head of employment Ruth Hickling and David Goepel, who joins as a partner but was formerly of counsel at Withers.
According to senior partner Christopher Berry (pictured), the firm made the hires in the IP and private client practices to create a route for succession ahead of partner retirements.
Chief executive Tim Nash, who joined Edwin Coe from Eversheds in October 2008, added that the practices were “specific areas where the firm has identified opportunities for growth”.
The news comes as Edwin Coe’s star litigation partner David Greene won an instruction from a group of Madoff investors looking at a possible action against intermediary banks HSBC, UBS and Barclays over advice they gave in relation to Madoff ’s $50bn (£35.02bn) Ponzi scheme.
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