Employment team hailed for outstanding legal advice and client service

The employment team at Sintons has again been ranked highly by Legal 500, winning particular praise for its outstanding client service alongside its legal capability.

The specialist department is hailed for its work in a wide range of specialist sectors – including construction, healthcare, education, charities and offshore and marine – and the extensive experience it has within the team.

Legal 500 2019 awards particular plaudits to its levels of client service, with one testimonial saying: “Sintons genuinely wants to get to know the client and tailor their service to its needs….there is a genuine interest and commitment”.

Keith Land, head of employment, again wins praise from the independent legal guide for his “extensive experience” and work in matters including reorganisations, strategic advice, TUPE and discrimation.

Associate Ailsa Hobson is hailed as a rising star by Legal 500 for the quality of her legal advice and client service, and in recognition of her potential in this area.

Mark Quigley, managing partner of Sintons, said: “Our employment team has, for many years, been rightly regarded as a key advisor in this area and these latest rankings from Legal 500 confirm that our presence is growing even further.

“Outstanding client service is something for which Sintons is known for and which we take huge pride in delivering, so to have that recognised and highlighted by Legal 500 is excellent. We are committed to building long-term trusting relationships with our clients and out employment team is a case in point, becoming the trusted advisor to clients who have been with us for many years, while continuing to win new instructions. Employment is a key area of the business for us and its potential, with such talent in the team, is significant.”

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