Media and IT collide with McNeive merger

Boutique McNeive Solicitors is merging with a group of specialists from Lewis Davis Shapiro & Lewit to form entertainment and technology firm, Smiths.

The newly merged firm, which went live today (April 5), is made up of three partners: internet…

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