Mincoffs celebrates rankings in Legal 500 2024 guide05/10/2023
Global, independent legal directory, Legal 500 UK has recognised Mincoffs Solicitors as a leading firm across 12 practice areas in its latest edition.
These include corporate and commercial, banking and finance, commercial property and commercial litigation – which has risen to tier 2 – with the business also retaining its top tier rankings for its licensing and media and entertainment work.
Fourteen more solicitors across the firm have been highlighted as recommended lawyers, including John Nicholson, Chris Hughes, Robyn Aisbitt, Nick Smith, Laura Liddle, Rachel Smith, Lydia McCaslin, Victoria Richer, Janine Kennedy, Ryan Bannon, Leanne Kettlewell and Claire Catterson.
Along with assessing a firm’s technical ability, track record and reputation, the guide conducts research with clients and intermediaries and we are delighted to have received glowing feedback from our referees this year:
“Wide and varied range of skill sets and backgrounds bring together a team who not only gel and work together but also produce the best possible individual results for their clients.”
“The lawyers are always available, or ring me back in a timely manner – I’ve never had to ring more than once. The key stand out with Matt Foster is that his main concern really is the client, not his fee.”
“In all aspects whereby I have used Mincoffs Solicitors, I have found them to be highly professional and excellent communicators. Deadlines are incredibly important and I am yet to find myself in a situation where these have not been met.”
“Mincoffs’ family department is made up of a highly skilled team of individuals, often specialising in the obscure and unusual cases no other family department would touch. This is the true definition of an expert.”
“I have had advice from several members of the team at Mincoffs. It was obvious that they work as a coherent team across the business. Everyone I had contact with was very helpful and substantially enhanced my understanding of the issues we were covering.”