Career progression and returning expertise see law partnership bolstered

By Grimsby Telegraph | Posted: 30 May 2018

Two experienced solicitors have been invited to join the partnership at regional law firm Bridge McFarland.

Kate Seward, who joined the firm in 2016 as a senior solicitor in the commercial department will join Paul Dimbleby, who is returning to the firm having originally undertaken his training contract there, qualifying in 2008.

With a client base ranging from individuals to SMEs, national companies and major banks, Kate covers the Grimsby and Hull offices where she oversees commercial property transactions and bank security work on behalf of the firm. 

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Head of the commercial department, Stephen Oldridge, was very pleased with this news. “Kate’s appointment is well deserved and really highlights the strength and depth which we now have at the firm,” he said. “She has developed a particular specialism in dealing with green energy projects for landowners and it is very pleasing to see our growing involvement in that industry sector.”

Paul is a private client solicitor who specialises in administering very large and complex estates. He has particular expertise in managing the estates of clients with both international and domestic assets.

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Jacqui Johnson heads up the private client department at Bridge McFarland, and is delighted to have him back in the team, having worked for Andrew & Co, RJ Solicitors and John Barkers in the intervening years. “I am confident that Paul will be a credit to Bridge McFarland and we are very pleased to have him back,” she said.



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