With businesses getting back to work after the summer break, things are busy for Short Richardson & Forth. The firm’s corporate and property teams are particularly busy, suggesting that despite the Brexit vote there are lots of deals being done in the region and business is on the up for our clients.
Paul Earnshaw, Partner in Commercial Property, commented “2015 was a very busy year for the property team, and there has been no let-up in 2016. Post Brexit we have been doing deals in the property investment, office, retail and industrial sector and I am pleased to say there has been no repeat of the loss of confidence seen in 2007 when the credit crunch hit the property market hard. Let’s hope that continues”.
In this time of growth, the firm has recently taken on Sarah Farish as a Professional Support Lawyer to assist across all departments. Sarah said “I am enjoying beginning my legal career at Short Richardson & Forth as a Professional Support Lawyer as I am able to assist across the whole range of the firm’s services, which enables me to gain an insight into each department as well as learning how to best service clients’ needs.”
The importance of delivering an exceptional level of service to our clients by providing not only reactive advice but also proactive services is high on the firm’s agenda. Employing a professional support lawyer enables us to pitch ourselves amongst the larger players whilst offering exceptional value and forward thinking proposals to clients and their modern day problems.
The firm’s regulatory department is also expanding and currently has a vacancy in its regulatory department. Any candidates wishing to discuss the role further should not hesita