Rankings to be proud of in Coventry
Band Hatton Button was delighted to recently find it had again received excellent rankings in a leading law industry guide.
The Legal 500 is produced annually based on research of more than 250,000 clients and counsel globally and is widely regarded as the leading directory in the legal sector.
In the UK version of the Guide, Band Hatton Button saw its commercial property and corporate departments both move up a tier in the rankings, a reflection of their recent growth and increase in demand. Partner Nick Button who heads up commercial property was personally recognised for his work.
Others at Band Hatton Button were also recognised for their work throughout the year, including Haydn Jones for his work with charities and not-for-profit organisations and Tracy Cross who heads the well-respected family department.
Practice areas debt recovery and personal tax, trusts and probate were also well ranked.
Mark Moseley, managing director at Band Hatton Button, said: "We're delighted to have made further progress in the Legal 500 and have our teams' hard work recognised by a guide that's so well respected in the sector.
"To be well ranked in this guide helps to make us stand out from the crowd, and proves that we are a force to be reckoned with.
We've enjoyed a rapid year of growth thanks especially to the buoyant property market and we've had to adapt and expand to cope with that, which has been recognised by Legal 500, and I am delighted with the results.
It's also encouraging news to see some of our key people recognised, and I am delighted that we remain the most highly ranked firm in Coventry.
We have set a solid platform to work from in the year ahead, and the aim next year is to improve our rankings even further."