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Eversheds LLP stands out for its ‘pragmatic advice, good knowledge and personable service’, and the ‘immensely client-focusedPaul Coppin and Nicola Lashmar are singled out as ‘experts in their field’. Coppin is defending a multimillion-pound claim for The Royal Parks following injury to a boy hit by a falling branch.

At Hunt & Coombs LLP, lead PI partner Naina Tilney settled a £500,000 claim for £13,000 plus solicitors’ costs for a corporate client and persuaded a leading insurer to cover a large part of the client’s outlay. The team is supported by in-house barrister Davide Corbino.

Mills & Reeve LLP’s Sarah Garrood defends NHS trusts at inquests and tribunal hearings.

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  • New revised guidelines for administrators in pre-pack sales

    Pre-pack sales by administrators are now used frequently enough for most people in business to be aware of them and many have come across them in their business lives. A small amount of controversy still attaches to pre-packs, but it is probably right to say that they are now an accepted part of the UK business scene as a useful means of rescuing a business in difficulty and preserving some or all of the jobs connected with the business.
    - Druces

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