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Slater Heelis continues property litigation expansion

Full-service law firm, Slater Heelis, which has offices in Cheshire and Manchester, has continued the expansion of its property litigation team with the appointment of a new associate solicitor.

Karen Taylor joins the firm with a wealth of experience assisting clients with a wide range of commercial and residential property related disputes and advisory work, including all areas of property management, development disputes, landlord and tenant and asset management issues.

A member of the Property Litigation Association and the Association of Women Solicitors, Karen has previously held positions at specialist property solicitors Land Law LLP, former Top 50 firm Halliwells LLP and corporate firm Cobbetts LLP and is highly thought of within the industry.

Karen’s appointment follows significantly increased demand as the property litigation team’s reputation spreads beyond Manchester and the North West, both nationally and internationally, with clients now based across the UK, the Middle East and the East Asia.

Commenting on her appointment, Karen said: “I was very impressed by the property litigation team’s reputation, level of work and importantly the quality of the work that they do.

“Although fairly new, the team has already grown significantly and is extremely busy, so it’s a really exciting time to be joining the firm. I’m looking forward to playing a key role in servicing existing clients and expanding the team further.

Daniel Stern, partner and head of property litigation at Slater Heelis, added: “The quality of Karen’s training and her employment background made her the obvious choice for this role.

“We have really big ambitions for the team going forward, so we are very selective when bringing new team members on board. Karen’s experience will make her an invaluable asset for the team as we continue growing our client-base by attracting work away from the bigger, more impersonal and less cost effective local and national firms”.

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