Growth for Marsden Rawsthorn Commercial Property team

Thursday 22nd May 2014

After seeing renewed vigour in the commercial property sector, leading law firm Marsden Rawsthorn has appointed Wendy Beer, from Worsley, Manchester, as the latest addition to its commercial property team.

 

An experienced commercial property solicitor, Wendy’s previous position was with city law firm DWF LLP. Specialising in real estate, Wendy spent several years with Cobbetts LLP in Manchester where she developed her knowledge in landlord and tenant law, acting for a variety of clients ranging from individuals and small businesses to large blue chip companies.

 

As well as working for a major telecommunications operator advising on a range of estate management matters and large scale property portfolio transactions, Wendy has also worked with clients in the public sector. Her experience in this field includes acquisitions and disposal of strategic commercial properties, preparation and completion of loan and finance documentation and advising education clients in connection with the conversion of educational facilities to Trust and Academy school status.

 

Wendy said: “I am looking forward to making new client relationships and putting my previous experience to use at a dynamic practice like Marsden Rawsthorn and I hope to grow the department in areas it hasn’t explored.”

 

Her wealth of knowledge in the commercial property sector is welcomed by the firm. Debbie Pettit, Chief Executive at Marsden Rawsthorn commented: “Wendy has a real insight into how clients work which means she has a well-rounded view of key practical issues and client needs and is able to see things from both sides of the fence in a complex business area.”

 

Marsden Rawsthorn employs 80 staff across its two offices in Preston and Chorley. The firm offers expertise in all aspects of law including business and commerce, property, dispute resolution, family law and wills and administration of estates.

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