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Litigation boutique Enyo Law has hired a partner from Bond Pearce, taking the total number of members at the niche firm to 10.
Anna Maxwell, who covers both litigation and international arbitration, has joined Enyo as a partner, having been a partner in Bond Pearce’s commercial dispute resolution team, specialising in energy.
Before joining Bond Pearce in 2009, Maxwell was at Addleshaw Goddard, where she worked with Michael Green, Pietro Marino and Simon Twigden, who founded Enyo Law (8 October 2010).
In a statement, Maxwell said: “Enyo has very clear ideas about what it is and where it wishes to be in the international legal market and it has a clearly defined strategy which it is well on its way to achieving. It’s dynamic and driven by highly motivated lawyers all of whom are excited to be part of the firm and achieving fantastic results for its clients.”