Liverpool-based MSB Solicitors has grown its Employment law and HR team in response to increased client demands.
The team was founded in January 2018 by Chris Hayes, following a key strategic hire. Whilst at the helm, Chris has worked tirelessly to grow the team and its presence within Merseyside and the surrounding region.
Following a period of steady and organic growth, with multiple client wins, the team has now expanded significantly.
They have recently recruited Hannah Dowd, who is a specialist employment law solicitor. Hannah joins MSB from a prominent commercial firm and brings with her a good pedigree and solid foundation in employment law and HR matters.
Aimee Benmayor has joined the team as a trainee solicitor as part of her training contract, and Stefanie Connor has joined the team as a legal assistant.
Chris Hayes, senior associate solicitor at MSB, said:
“Our team has grown around its core fundamentals of results-focused advice, personalised service and transparency in fees. This has seen our client demand grow and it's fantastic to be able to welcome these talented individuals to our expanding team, helping us continue to deliver the very best service to our clients.
“We are proud to boast some of the region's most well-known names as commercial clients. Our commercial offering has gone from strength-to-strength with leading businesses and charities across Merseyside and the North West calling upon us for guidance and support.
“Our ability to offer specialist advice to both companies and individuals has placed us in an elite group of firms, who can offer both services to a high standard. We look forward to seeing our team continue to grow.”
The team’s success to date was noted earlier this year when it was named as one of the top three firms in Merseyside for Employment law, in the Liverpool Law Society’s Legal Excellence Awards. This recognition, coupled with the recent expansion, cements the firm’s position as a leader in this area of law.
"Its fantastic to be able to welcome these talented individuals to our expanding team, helping us continue to deliver the very best service to our clients."
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