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Pinsent Curtis Biddles Birmingham office has lost another property partner to Lee Crowder. Eleanor Deady is due to join the Birmingham-based firm in June. Last month Pinsents lost property partner Jon Austin who resigned to join Lee Crowder as its new property department head. Deady, who has been a partner at Pinsents for over ten years has extensive experience in all aspects of commercial property, with particular focus on major town centre and brownfield regeneration development. Stephen Gilmore, Lee Crowders senior partner said: This appointment gives additional strength and depth to our property department and is in direct response to the needs of our clients. With Eleanors excellent reputation within the property industry I believe we have one of the regions leading property departments.