Stockport law firm, SAS Daniels, has promoted Anna Barnes to grow its dispute resolution offering across Cheshire and Greater Manchester.
Anna, who joined SAS Daniels in 2016 is now Partner and Head of the dispute resolution team and will continue to provide expertise in commercial litigation matters.
With offices in Stockport, Macclesfield, Congleton and Chester, SAS Daniels’ dispute resolution team offers specialist advice on debt recovery, intellectual property disputes, contentious probate, professional negligence, insolvency and food regulatory law.
Anna will be managing a team of solicitors and legal advisors across the four offices. She has previously worked at Manchester City Centre law firms Berg, Turner Parkinson and Nexus.
Jeremy Orrell, Managing Partner at SAS Daniels said: “Anna is a valued member of our team and has proven herself to be a dynamic individual and a great team leader. Her legal experience is second to none, including her skills in the High Court and with Court of Appeal cases. Under Anna’s leadership, we will continue to grow our Dispute Resolution team across the North West for local and national businesses.”
Anna has recently been active in campaigning for businesses who banked with RBS between 2008 and 2013, to help them check if they could be entitled to compensation through the Global Restructuring Group Complaints Review Scheme, the deadline for which is 22 October 2018.
Commenting on her new role, Anna Barnes said: “I’m looking forward to growing the team so we can offer a wide range of valued advice and services to even more businesses. Since joining SAS Daniels two years ago, I’ve seen our number of specialisms grow and I’m looking forward to taking a leading role in developing the team further.”
For more information visit www.sasdaniels.co.uk.
"Anna is a valued member of our team and has proven herself to be a dynamic individual and a great team leader. "
Jeremy Orrell, Managing Partner at SAS Daniels
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