Award winning law firm Blacks Solicitors has announced the expansion of its Commercial Dispute Resolution (CDR) team, with the addition of three solicitors, Alannah Crux, Victoria Tynan, and Christopher O’Connell, alongside Chartered Legal Executive, Michelle Eyre. This strategic move underscores the firm’s commitment to meeting the escalating demand for litigation and support services in today’s legal landscape, led by celebrated Luke Patel, Solicitor Partner and Head of Commercial Dispute Resolution.
Luke Patel, reflecting on the growth of the CDR team, noted, “Since its establishment in 2000, our CDR team has continually strengthened its position. The increasing demand for litigation and support services, driven by factors such as ongoing economic uncertainty and evolving political landscapes, underscores the need for our continued expansion and expertise.”
Alannah Crux joins the Holiday and Home Parks department, enhancing the team’s specialisation within the marketplace. Christopher O’Connell, with a focus on dynamic litigation areas including cryptocurrency and AI-related disputes, adds depth to Blacks Solicitors’ commitment to legal innovation. Michelle Eyre brings her expertise to the Real Estate Litigation team, while Victoria Tynan’s appointment bolsters the Insolvency team’s capability to handle a diverse array of complex claims.
Commenting on his appointment, Christopher O’Connell remarked, “Blacks Solicitors is renowned for its diverse range of services and esteemed reputation in the market. Joining the firm felt like a natural progression for me, given its strong workplace culture and commitment to excellence.”
Luke Patel expressed confidence in the new additions, stating, “Our team offers a comprehensive suite of specialist services, collaborating seamlessly with other departments to deliver integrated solutions. We warmly welcome Alannah, Victoria, Christopher, and Michelle to the CDR team and anticipate their significant contributions to our client offerings and cross-team collaborations.”
For more information on Blacks Solicitors’ Commercial Dispute Resolution services, please visit: https://www.lawblacks.com/business/commercial-dispute-resolution/