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Newly merged SNR Denton has appointed a managing partner for the UK, with Milton Keynes head Brandon Ransley will take up the role.
Ransley will take up the position at the end of this month and will continue to run the Milton Keynes office, which is used as a lower cost base to service City work, spending a day on site each week.
He joined legacy firm Denton Wilde Sapte in 2008 from Howes Percival, after Dentons hired the smaller firm’s commercial team, which included eight partners (30 October 2008).
Joint CEO Howard Morris said: “We’re delighted that Brandon has accepted the position of managing partner UK and believe that he’ll help the firm realise the tremendous benefits inherent in our network of global offices. Brandon’s already played a pivotal role within the firm and we’re confident that he’ll continue to have a key role in the UK’s and the firm’s future success.”
Denton Wilde Sapte merged with Sonnenschein Nath & Rosenthal on 30 September.