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DTM Legal has passed the 100 mark for new client wins in 2015.

And the company has appointed two new staff as it grows its client base from its offices in Liverpool and Chester.

One of the UK’s biggest retailers, Matalan, is among the new clients to appoint DTM Legal, which will be acting on behalf of the fashion company in property litigation matters, with the relationship having been developed by Associate Tom Evans and Head of Commercial Property and Partner Anna Duffy.

The team managing the work is to be led by Anna Duffy.

Ms Duffy, a member of the Property Litigation Association, is one of the North West’s leading property litigation specialists.

She has overseen cases which have established legal precedents and was recommended in the Legal 500 in 2013 and 2014 as a ‘highly effective and tough negotiator’.

The new relationship with Matalan follows an impressive start to the year for DTM Legal, with 109 new client wins secured in the first half of the year.

DTM legal serves a corporate client base across the North West, North Wales and beyond. Clients include businesses from the manufacturing, healthcare, property, leisure, retail and education sectors.

Another new client for the company is leading architectural practice Shed KM, which has offices in London and Liverpool.

Other recent client wins include high-profile brands such as Alcontrol UK Limited, the largest independent laboratory in the UK; construction company Mellwood Construction; and the Atmore Group, a privately owned group of investment companies.

Ms Duffy said: “The first half of the year has seen major growth for the business as we cement our place in the Liverpool marketplace and continue to build our client base in the North West, North Wales and beyond.

“We’re delighted to be taking on new staff as we build our portfolio and are actively seeking legal professionals of all levels to ensure we can continue to take advantage of new business opportunities.”

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