Family Business champion listed in ‘Leading Lawyers’ Legal 500 rankings

Christian Mancier, Partner and Head of Family Business at South Manchester-based Gorvins Solicitors is one of five of the firms solicitors to be named in the exclusive ‘Leading Lawyers’  list in the Legal 500 UK 2021 guide.

Gorvins were delighted to retain top tier rankings for four of its practice areas as well as have ten practice areas recommended in this highly respected guide.

The retained Tier 1 area rankings are as follows:

This year, in addition to Andrew Curwen, Head of Corporate Commercial; Mark Deverell, Head of Litigation; Martin Hoare, Managing Partner and Head of Commercial Property; and David Walton, Head of Employment; Christian Mancier, Partner in the Corporate Commercial team and head of the Gorvins dedicated Family Business team, has also been listed in the exclusive ‘Leading Lawyers’ list! Danielle Ayres, a Partner in the Employment team, has also been named on the ‘Next Generation Partner’ list.  In addition to this a total of 18 of our lawyers have been recommended in the Legal 500 UK 2021 editorial.

“These excellent results could not have been achieved without the efforts of the fantastic team at Gorvins and their hard work and dedication throughout the past year. We are delighted to have been recognised in this highly respected guide as we constantly strive to provide clients with the highest quality service”

Martin Hoare, Managing Partner

The 2021 guide also sees Gorvins achieve recommendation for the following practice areas: debt recovery, insolvency and corporate recovery, personal injury: claimant, professional negligence, private client, (family, contentious trusts and probate; personal tax, trusts and probate), property litigation and intellectual property.

The Legal 500 is viewed as a definitive third-party reference guide and its publication is anticipated by many each year. The guide is trusted and respected by fellow practitioners including General Counsel as well as many of the top FTSE 100 and FTSE 250 companies, journalists, students and the wider business communities.

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