Flint Bishop Solicitors is pleased to welcome two new additions to its partnership, taking the total count to eighteen Partners across all disciplines.
The firm has continued to go from strength to strength across all departments. Not only does it boast large national household named clients, they have continued to be recognised for their work and commitment by obtaining numerous national awards.
During the first quarter, Flint Bishop has welcomed the promotion of two new Partners to the firm, Martyn Brierley and Lucy Carter.
Martyn Brierley is now Partner and Head of Corporate. Martyn joined the business in 2005 where he completed his training contract. He returned to the business in 2012 and was made Associate in 2013. Since then, Martyn has been working on some of the largest corporate deals in the region and boasts a strong reputation within Corporate Law. He is a sought after Solicitor and can advise on mergers, acquisitions, disposals, joint ventures, finance transactions etc.
The second addition to the Partnership is Notary Public, Lucy Carter. Lucy joined the Commercial Property department from local firm JH Powell. Lucy is one of only a handful of Notaries Public in Derbyshire, with only 900 throughout England and Wales. Flint Bishop is now able to offer support for authenticating and certifying signatures for documents abroad, such as overseas powers of attorney, purchase or sale and land and property, to name a few.
Senior Partner, Andrew Cochrane comments “I have great delight in welcoming two new additions to the partnership at Flint Bishop. Martyn has been with the business for many years and is an outstanding Corporate Lawyer. He is leading a strong team and I have no doubt he will continue to build on the success of the department over the coming years.
Lucy Carter is a new hire to Flint Bishop, joining us from a local law firm and is a fantastic addition to our Commercial Property department. Lucy is one of only a few Notaries Public throughout the region and this service offering will enable overseas transactions to occur, with Lucy’s support. I wish her all the very best in her new role.”