DTM Legal is continuing to mark a year of success, having been recognised by industry ‘bible’ The Legal 500 for the fourth time in a row.
The fast-growing commercial law firm has been recommended in three of its core practice areas in the North West section of the legal directory, with the corporate and commercial, dispute resolution and commercial property teams all securing rankings.
Five of the firm’s lawyers are recommended by the directory for their approach and legal expertise.
In the corporate and commercial team, Alison Brennan and Edward Barnes receive recommendations, while their team is highlighted for being ‘friendly and efficient’ and having a ‘practical business approach’.
In dispute resolution, DTM Legal’s ‘tactically astute’ team is recognised as being ‘really commercial in its outlook and advice’. Recommended in this section of the directory are Anna Duffy, Richard Thomas, ‘a legal surgeon, with a strong eye for detail’ and Jim Morris who is referenced as ‘unflappable’.
Anna Duffy receives a further recommendation in the commercial property section of the directory.
Commenting on the rankings, Richard Thomas, Partner at DTM Legal said, “Having our practitioners recognised in the Legal 500 is testament to the calibre of legal expertise we have on offer at DTM Legal and this latest industry recognition will under-line our commitment to providing our clients with the very best legal advice. We look forward to being ranked across additional regions and specialist areas as we continue to grow and cement our place as a leading North West law firm.”
DTM Legal serves a corporate client base across the North West, North Wales and beyond. Its clients include businesses from the manufacturing, healthcare, property, leisure, retail and education sectors.
The firm works closely with clients to provide a broad spectrum of legal advice on issues including corporate law, commercial property, construction, employment law, intellectual property, business recovery and disputes.
In the last year the firm has brought in a raft of new clients including leading regional businesses and high-profile brands such as Typhoo Tea Limited; construction company Mellwood Construction; and the Atmore Group, a privately owned group of investment companies.