Dispute resolution team rated highly by Legal 500 2019


The dispute resolution team at Sintons has been hailed by Legal 500 2019 for its strength and expertise.

The specialist department was praised for its capability in both commercial and property litigation, with Legal 500 saying it is “noted for its partner-led advice”.

Angus Ashman, head of the dispute resolution team – which won team of the year at the Northern Law Awards 2019 – wins particular praise for his work and for the lead role he plays in many complex matters. He is hailed for being “professional, prompt with his responses and helpful when the going gets a little tense”.

Its work handling disputes in specialist sectors including healthcare, property and highway infrastructure, combined with an array of national clients, wins Sintons a high ranking in Legal 500 2019.

Other key members of the team, including partner Graeme Ritzema and associate Aimee Hubbard, are also highlighted for their work.

The department has seen strong levels of growth in the recent past, with new work won across the UK and a number of key new additions being made to add further strength to the team.

Mark Quigley, managing partner of Sintons, said: “Our specialist dispute resolution team has seen particularly strong growth in the recent past, adding to the longstanding reputation we have in this area, and its work is rightly reflected in these new Legal 500 rankings. Angus Ashman leads a very strong team, and he himself is a nationally known and respected name in this field, and we continue to add new capability to the department as it continues to grow.

“This endorsement from Legal 500 adds to the recent success at the Northern Law Awards in demonstrating that our dispute resolution team is indeed one of the leaders in its field in the North of England.”


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