Lupton Fawcett Denison Till strengthens Dispute Management practice with new Property Litigation hire

9th April 2015

Lupton Fawcett Denison Till, the Sheffield, Leeds and York-based commercial law firm, has appointed Rob Cooke as a Director in its Dispute Management Team as part of the firm's ongoing commitment to its Property Litigation offering in Sheffield.

Rob, a Sheffield City-based Property Litigator, joins from Taylor & Emmet where he was a Partner. He has particular expertise acting for property and real estate developers, retail and restaurants, financial institutions and regeneration bodies. Commenting on his appointment, Richard Marshall, Managing Director, says: -This is an important investment to support the increasing needs of our South Yorkshire client base and to increase our market share by utilising our deep understanding of our client's businesses and the wide-ranging expertise carried across our three offices. Appointing Rob has been a tremendous boost to our Sheffield team. Rob has already shown that he is capable of dealing with this sort of work authoritatively, and has an excellent reputation in the market place. Rob commented on his appointment: -Lupton Fawcett Denison Till is the only firm within the South Yorkshire region that is capable of building sector-leading teams, and which has a diverse range of services that clients will benefit from. I am also very excited to be part of a firm that has a clear strategy to become the region's law firm of choice and demonstrable progress with that strategy. I look forward to strengthening the reputation of Lupton Fawcett Denison Till's Dispute Management Team within the South Yorkshire market.

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