Talbots, which employs 200 people across seven offices in the Black Country and Worcestershire, has recruited high profile solicitors Ian Bond and Jagdip Bains as head of trusts and estates and head of litigation and commercial dispute respectively.
The duo, who have more than 35 years’ experience in their specialist fields, will drive the firm’s commitment to ‘providing legal services to clients in a way that suits them, rather than suiting the needs of the lawyer’.
The third key appointment is Claire Cooper, who brings with her a wealth of insolvency expertise to the company’s thriving commercial property department.
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