Pardoes Solicitors has been recommended in the prestigious 2018-19 Legal 500 guide
Released On 5th Nov 2018
Pardoes Solicitors has been recommended in the prestigious Legal 500 guide for 2018-19, the leading guide to law firms in the UK.
In this independent annual review Pardoes are recommended at regional and national level for their work in Human Resources/Employment, Real Estate/Property Litigation and Private Client/Family. Four Partners are also highlighted in The Legal 500 United Kingdom 2018-19 editorial: Maeve Vickery, Partner & Head of Commercial & Employment, “provides advice to employers and employees on contentious and non-contentious employment matters, including TUPE transfers, restructures, reorganisations, redundancies and high level exits… with good, clear and responsive communications”; Bhavani Hogarty, Partner & Head of Property Litigation, “has handled professional negligence claims against architects and conveyancing professionals... and right of way and right to park disputes involving commercial and residential properties in London” demonstrating “exceptional client-care skills”; Amanda Shaw, Partner & Joint Head of Family “is noted for her expertise in child care law” and described as “very reliable and effective”; Moira Reynolds, Partner & Joint Head of Family “focuses on divorce and financial cases”. In addition Nigel Kinder is recommended for his work in Property Litigation with particular note for his expertise in agricultural land disputes.
Guy Adams, Pardoes’ Managing Partner, commented “We are delighted to be recognised nationally by the Legal 500 once again. We are a local firm looking after the communities in which we live and work and the Legal500 rankings acknowledge the strength, care and commitment of our team, which is why our clients choose us to help them, their families and their business.
The Legal 500 Series is widely acknowledged as the world’s largest legal referral guide. Carried out by a team of researchers who have unrivaled experience in the legal market and based on feedback from 300,000 clients worldwide, submissions from law firms, and interviews with private practice lawyers, they state; "The rankings are based on a series of criteria but, simply put, we highlight the practice area teams who are providing the most cutting edge and innovative advice."