Trethowans excellent service praised by clients in the Legal 500
Trethowans has once again been recommended by its clients and listed as a leading firm in the latest edition of the Legal 500 – a research and ranking publication renowned in the legal industry.
Trethowans is recognised as a top tier law firm for its services in Corporate & Commercial, Licensing, Personal Tax, Trusts & Probate and Personal Injury & Clinical Negligence (claimant).
One client commented: “This practice is very much unique. The whole team cares about their clients and goes the extra mile to ensure clients’ objectives are met 100%”. Another said: “The advice is pitched perfectly and the breadth of service offering ensures there is nothing that they cannot assist with”.
The firm is also specifically recommended for its work in Agriculture & Estates, Banking & Finance, Commercial Litigation, Commercial Property, Debt Recovery, Employment Law, Family Law and newly listed area, IT & Telecoms.
Trethowans commercial property and commercial litigation teams both increased their rankings and were praised for their “well-connected, multi-service sector teams that offer a comprehensive approach to legal advice”.
A number of partners were praised in the latest Legal 500, including ‘Leading Individuals’ Kelvin Farmaner and Bethany Blamire (Insurance & Regulatory) and Lucy Gleisner (Corporate) and ‘Next Generation Partners’ Emma Wilders-Pratt (Family) and Mihiri Gajraj (Private Client).
Managing Partner Mike Watson, commented: “The praise given by our clients is an incredible reflection of the hard work that our teams put in on a day-to-day basis, going over and above what is expected in order to deliver an exceptional service to our clients, especially during the difficulties of the pandemic. We would like to thank everyone who took the time to recommend Trethowans during the research process.”
The Legal 500 is a leading directory of the legal profession. It highlights practice area teams, which provide the most cutting edge and innovative advice through an independent and impartial research process, speaking to clients and other professionals.