Cassell Moore, which provides first-rate legal and strategic support to businesses and individuals, has appointed Dominic McGinn as Head of Litigation.
Dominic joins the team based in the iconic Grade I listed Edward Pavilion building located at the historic Albert Dock.
He specialises in all aspects of commercial dispute resolution including: complex contractual and tort disputes; professional negligence actions; warranty claims; shareholder disputes; partnership disputes; banking and finance actions and property-related litigation.
Dominic is experienced in all methods of dispute resolution including mediation. He has also gained extensive experience in managing a business dealing with debt and repossession actions on behalf of large financial institutions.
Dominic joins from Hill Dickinson, where he was a partner in the firm. Prior to that he worked at Halliwells where he also held the position of partner.
Commenting on Dominic’s appointment, Stephen Morris, Managing Partner at Cassell Moore, said: “Dominic’s appointment is a real coup for Cassell Moore. As a Legal 500 recommended lawyer he is well regarded as an expert in his field. He brings with him a wealth of experience and we’re delighted to welcome him to the team which is committed to delivering excellence always.”
Dominic added: “Cassell Moore is a new and innovative law firm that puts clients first. It’s made up of a close knit team of expert lawyers that are committed to delivering outstanding legal services and premium client care. I’m therefore delighted to be joining the team and look forward to growing the commercial litigation department.”
Cassell Moore Solicitors are specialists in corporate; commercial dispute resolution; debt litigation; employment; family and sports law. For further information please visit: www.cassellmoore.com
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