The employment services group at Leeds firm Booth & Co has expanded with the appointment of two new fee earners. Frank Sutcliffe, 46, has left academia for Booths. After working in the penal research unit at Oxford University and teaching at the University of Canterbury in Christchurch, New Zealand, he became a lecturer in law at Sheffield University. Paul Borne, 28, joins from Langleys in Lincoln. He qualified as a solicitor in 1993, practising at Sheffield firms Irwin Mitchell and Kershaw Tudor.
Andrew Masterson is a commercial/IT litigator with Pinsent Curtis in Leeds. Lords Woolf and Mackay are making a start on reigning in some of the looney litigants who use the courts, but more needs to be done. Often failed businessmen teetering on the bring of insolvency, these litigants’ claims are based on allegations of verbal […]