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Set overviews: England and Wales

Specialist chambers Partnership Counsel is the ‘go-to’ set for all things partnership-related, thanks to expert members Roderick I’Anson Banks and Simon Jelf. The pair are ably clerked by practice manager Tyroon Win. Offices in: London

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Company and partnership
Partnership - Leading sets - ranked: tier 1

Partnership Counsel

As the name suggests, Partnership Counsel is entirely focused on partnership law issues, and its members have experience in all forms of partnership and LLP disputes, as well as providing strategic and planning advice to clients on their partnership arrangements. Roderick I’Anson Banks and Simon Jelf are instructed on matters in various jurisdictions, including the Channel Islands, Hong Kong, Ireland, Germany, and Gibraltar, where English partnership law is relevant.

Partnership - Leading juniors

Roderick I’Anson Banks - Partnership CounselHe is the go-to Counsel on limited partnership and limited liability partnership matters and has excellent knowledge in those areas.

Ranked: tier 1

Simon Jelf - Partnership CounselHe is extremely able, pleasant to work with and authoritative.

Ranked: tier 1

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Set overviews: England and Wales

Specialist chambers Partnership Counsel is the ‘go-to’ set for all things partnership-related, thanks to expert members Roderick I’Anson Banks and Simon Jelf. The pair are ably clerked by practice manager Tyroon Win. Offices in: London

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