National law firm Irwin Mitchell has made three senior appointments in its national real estate team.
Claire Petricca-Riding has been appointed partner in its planning team in Manchester. Petricca-Riding joins from Brabners, where she was a partner and head of planning and environment. She will be head of environment with a national remit.
Paul Henson joins as a partner in the firm’s real estate disputes team. He will lead the firm’s real estate disputes practice in London. He was previously a partner at Collyer Bristow.
Simon Tager has joined as a consultant as part of the national transaction team in London. He was previously at Addleshaws and prior to that was with KWM/SJ Berwin.
Victoria Brackett, chief executive of Irwin Mitchell’s business legal services division, said: “We are committed to developing our national teams and these appointments in London and Manchester play an important part in that investment plan, helping us to fulfil our ambition of providing first-class advice to clients in today’s fast moving business environment.”
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