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Emma Elston, Vitalise Business Women of the Year 2012; Naomi Gilchrist, Alison Taylor, Monique Sutherland, Squire Sanders; Gisela Stuart MP, Julia Wootton, Max Appeal.

Squire Patton Boggs law firm hosts discussion

Aspire to Inspire is one in a series of events hosted by Squire Patton Boggs to promote the growth of women in the legal industry.

Partner promotion at SGH Martineau

Andrew Brennan (left), new partner in the intellectual property and technology team at SGH Martineau, with senior partner Andrew Whitehead
Andrew Brennan steps up in intellectual property and technology team in Birmingham office of law firm

Warwickshire Lawyer becomes trustee of Heart of England Community Foundation

Lucie Byron, Heart of England Community Foundations chair of trustees, Paul Belfield and Heart of England Community Foundation director Tina Costello
Lucie Byron, a commercial property expert with law firm Wright Hassall, has joined the board of trustees of the Heart of England Community Foundation, which is dedicated to supporting communities based action across Coventry, Warwickshire and Solihull

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Emma Elston, Vitalise Business Women of the Year 2012; Naomi Gilchrist, Alison Taylor, Monique Sutherland, Squire Sanders; Gisela Stuart MP, Julia Wootton, Max Appeal.

Squire Patton Boggs law firm hosts discussion

Aspire to Inspire is one in a series of events hosted by Squire Patton Boggs to promote the growth of women in the legal industry.

Andrew Brennan (left), new partner in the intellectual property and technology team at SGH Martineau, with senior partner Andrew Whitehead

Partner promotion at SGH Martineau

Andrew Brennan steps up in intellectual property and technology team in Birmingham office of law firm

Lucie Byron, Heart of England Community Foundations chair of trustees, Paul Belfield and Heart of England Community Foundation director Tina Costello

Warwickshire Lawyer becomes trustee of Heart of England Community Foundation

Lucie Byron, a commercial property expert with law firm Wright Hassall, has joined the board of trustees of the Heart of England Community Foundation, which is dedicated to supporting communities based action across Coventry, Warwickshire and Solihull

Family law solicitor Sue Brookes from Mills & Reeve, who has qualified as a mediator

New mediator boosts Mills & Reeve's family law team

Ms Brookes, who has worked at the firm for six years, advises on all issues arising from relationship breakdowns, focusing on financial settlements and child arrangements

Peter Gate (centre) flanked by Meridian Private Client partners Philip Harrison (left) and Drummond Kerr

Associate hire set to spur further growth at Meridian

The arrival of Peter Gate, an associate at Russell-Cooke for almost five years, is regarded as a significant coup by Meridian partner Philip Harrison

David Fennell

Wragge Lawrence Graham & Co achieves turnover of £172 million

The financial picture for the firm was revealed as it announced the results of its legacy firms - Wragge & Co and Lawrence Graham - for the financial year to April 2014

DWF’s managing partner & CEO, Andrew Leaitherland

Double-digit profit rise for DWF

Profits increased from £20.8 million in 2012/13 to £25.5 million for the 2013/14 financial year, with revenue rising by two per cent from £188 million to £191 million

Cobbetts

Creditors to get 2pc owed following Cobbetts collapse

New report says cost of administration has now topped £1 million with firm days away from liquidation

Stewart Smith, an associate within with mfg Solicitors' agricultural and rural affairs team

mfg Solicitors advises on nursery solar deal

Renewables legal specialists at the firm assisted the owner of Bypass Nurseries on the 25-year lease of the solar park and other legal agreements

Christian Bull, real estate partner at Mills & Reeve

Mills & Reeve advise on BCU property deal

The 28,000 sq ft purchase is the city's largest office transaction of the year and will be the location for the university’s administrative function and official head office

The Glee Club in the Arcadian Centre, Birmingham

Glee may have to change name when shown in UK

Court decision follows victory in trademark case by Birmingham-based comedy club chain

Paul Wilson, chief executive of Shakespeares

Shakespeares breaks £50m barrier for the first time

Figures for 2013-14 saw it achieve its 19th consecutive record-breaking year, with turnover up by 25 per cent compared to 2012-13

Pinsent Masons' Birmingham office in Colmore Circus

Pinsent Masons advises on Student Hall Fund deal

The deal will see the international property investment manager sell its Student Hall Fund, which comprises 2,904 bedrooms across Bath, Bristol, Birmingham, Edinburgh, Leeds and Loughborough

Richard Atkins QC

Richard Atkins QC wins award following Tesco strawberries case

The award comes a result of a successful prosecution of Tesco by Birmingham City Council’s trading department over the pricing of strawberries

Mike Ward with a selection of the promoted staff at Gateley

Growth sees raft of promotions at Gateley

Promotions have spanned the firm's banking and finance, commercial dispute resolution, construction, corporate, employment and real estate teams

Emma Shipp, managing partner at SGH Martineau

Sector push sees profits rise at SGH Martineau

The Birmingham-based firm, which also has an office in London, posted full-year revenues of £27.5 million and profit of £6.8 million, which it said "exceeded expectations"

Local activist Maxie Hayles and Governor Camille Ade-John with friends of Kajans Hospitality & Catering Studio College, in Aston, protest over its threatened closure

Protesters in legal bid to halt food college closure

Birmingham catering college facing closure pledges to take legal action against the Department for Education

QualitySolicitors Talbots’ Peter Adkins

Lawyer plays key role in Wolverhampton's Casino 36 scheme

QualitySolicitors Talbots’ Peter Adkins acted on behalf of Casino 36 during the two-year process that has successfully seen the company awarded one of just eight small casino licences in the UK

David Ryan, managing partner at Pinsent Masons

Profit and turnover up as Pinsent Masons' growth continues

Pinsent Masons' preliminary unaudited financial results saw profit per equity partner (PEP) increased by 4.5 per cent, up to £405,000 from £387,000 last year

Chris Cook, associate solicitor in Harrison Clark Rickerbys' corporate team

Harrison Clark Rickerbys advises Angels4Angels in investment deal

Law firm supports investment in Premier Employer Solutions which is planning to increase product range with Angels4Angels' backing

Videos & Photos

Emma Elston, Vitalise Business Women of the Year 2012; Naomi Gilchrist, Alison Taylor, Monique Sutherland, Squire Sanders; Gisela Stuart MP, Julia Wootton, Max Appeal.

Squire Patton Boggs law firm hosts discussion

CGI of the new shopping and dining areas in Grand Central, overlooking the atrium of New Street Station

New lettings revealed for Grand Central

Lisa Williams, store manager of John Lewis in Birmingham

Flagship John Lewis 'will be more than just a shop'

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