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Linder Myers Solicitors has completed a deal with Dickson Haslam in Lancashire as it continues to grow its practice with a fee income target of £25m by 2015 which it is well underway to achieving.More »
Linder Myers is proud to be nominated for a 2013 Shropshire Business Award in the 'Managing Change' category. Designed to recognise businesses which are repositioning themselves for future success.More »
Linder Myers solicitors has boosted its commercial division with the appointment of Paul Johnson and Sean FitzGerald who join to grow the firm’s corporate team.More »
Eighteen year old Laura May, paralysed from the chest down as a result of negligence during a routine operation, has proved that no height is too great after climbing Snowdon to raise funds for the Back-Up Trust.More »
Liz Hall in Trust and Estates, Malcolm Lewis in Personal Injury and Joanne Parsons in Conveyancing have all been promotedMore »
The new occupational disease team will be based in the firm’s Manchester headquarters and will offer additional coverage through the firm’s offices in Shropshire and Lancashire.More »
Linder Myers has boosted its commercial litigation team with the appointment of a new partner, specialising in high value and high complexity commercial litigation casesMore »
National law firm Linder Myers announced its merger with Shropshire firm Turnbull Garrard Solicitors today doubling the size of its Shropshire office.More »
The firm is very sad to announce the sudden death of Edward Bootland, a partner in our commercial litigation department.More »
Survey finds that 17% of patients do not think their doctor knew enough about their medical history, including 5% who said the doctor knew ‘little’ or ‘nothing’.More »