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Insolvency and Commercial Litigation Solicitor

Insolvency and Commercial Litigation Solicitor - Birmingham

Salary:Very Competitive DOE

The Company

Based in Central Birmingham, with good local parking and within walking distance of Snow Hill and New Street railway stations.

Work is undertaken for clients from across the UK, as well as internationally.

Their experienced and expert team is dedicated to solving clients' problems in their areas of specialism.

The Role

This is a great, career enhancing opportunity to join a niche, award winning and well regarded Insolvency and Commercial Litigation Team based near St.

Paul's Square, in the heart of Birmingham.

They are recruiting for a dynamic, creative Solicitor: who wants to be part of a team of insolvency and commercial litigation solicitors, who takes exceptional pride in achieving great outcomes across the fields of:

Misfeasance and antecedent transaction work - both corporate and personal insolvency

Director disqualification and Permission to act applications

Shareholder and Partnership disputes

Essential Skills & Requirements:

Period of post qualification experience and experience of these work types is important

Salary and benefits will positively reflect the importance of this role and the successful candidate

Important Information: We endeavour to process your personal data in a fair and transparent manner.

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It is important you are aware of your individual rights and the provisions the company has put in place to protect your data.

If you would like further information on the policy or GDPR please contact us.

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