Excello Law celebrates its 2015 Leeds launch

Leeds – Excello Law, the fast-growing national commercial law firm, celebrates its 2015 Leeds launch with an official launch party.

Following the recent opening of its Leeds City Centre office at 2 Bond Court, the launch party, which took place at the Crafthouse restaurant in Leeds last night, gave Excello Law the opportunity to welcome the Leeds and Yorkshire business community and introduce its commercial legal experts.

George Bisnought, Founder of Excello Law, said: “It was great to have so many people from the local business community come to last night’s event. We are looking forward to establishing long-term relationships over the coming years as the office grows its reputation in the area.”

Excello Law Leeds launch

Excello Law Leeds launch

The Leeds City centre office is the third office opened, after London and Liverpool. The office’s partner-led team comprises of:

Steve Thomas – specialising in dispute resolution, corporate recovery and insolvency

Anna Shaw – specialising in dispute resolution, corporate recovery and insolvency

David Bowden – specialising in commercial property

Philip O’Loughlin – specialising in property litigation and dispute resolution

Peter Rawlinson – specialising in commercial contracts, intellectual property and IT

Helena Seedat – specialising in corporate and commercial Contracts

Bisnought continued: “This new office demonstrates the strength of the Excello Law business model. We are confident that our partner led commercial legal services will offer Leeds and Yorkshire businesses a compelling option when seeking legal support. Our national team of legal experts offers a unique accessible ‘depth of legal expertise across all areas of commercial law.”

Excello Law Leeds Launch

Excello Law Leeds Launch

The opening of the Leeds office is another step in the firm’s strategy to lay down solid roots as it continues to build on its national growth.

Since 2009, Excello Law has cemented its position in the legal market by attracting a host of partner-level lawyers from firms such as Allen & Overy, Freshfields, Baker & McKenzie, McClure Naismith and Linklaters.

Read the full article in Bdaily here.

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