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In brief: Waldrons joins up with Richard Hobbs & Co

Four-partner Black Country firm Waldrons has merged with Kingswinford firm Richard Hobbs & Co. The new five-partner practice will be known as Waldrons & Richard Hobbs, with Hobbs remaining as a consultant to the firm. The merger establishes Waldrons’ fourth office in the Dudley area.

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