Regional law firm spreads its wings

REGIONAL law firm Prettys has continued its expansion with the opening of a new office in Cambourne, near Cambridge.

The firm, which began in Ipswich, where it still has its largest office, opened an office in Essex four years ago and is now targeting work in Cambridge, and beyond.

Paul Dickie, Prettys’ chief executive, said: “We are delighted to have a presence in Cambridge.

“In 2006 we opened a new office in Chelmsford, and we now have over 20 lawyers there. We are keen to continue this success throughout the region and Cambridge offers us an ideal location to complement our Ipswich and Chelmsford offices, fortifying our East of England presence.

“In our view, the position of the office in Cambourne better places us to service our wider client base in and around Cambridge as well as further afield in the Midlands.”


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Employment partner Nick Sayer heads a team of lawyers now available in Cambridge to offer a full range of commercial and private client legal services to businesses and individuals based in and around Cambridge. The new office is located in Regus House, 1010 Cambourne Business Park.

Mr Sayer has spent 25 years practising in Cambridge, and has a reputation as one of the region’s premier employment lawyers. He specialises in all areas of employment law, and has wide experience of a range of industry sectors.

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Keith Vincent, head of business development at Prettys, said: “We are already enjoying a positive response to our presence in Cambridge with a strong attendance at our first seminar, ‘Advising Clients in Turbulent Times’, which we held for local accountants last month.

“Our next free seminar is due to take place on May 20, at the Cambridge Belfry, Cambourne, entitled ‘The Right relationships-team working, team building and team issues’.”

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