Acuity kickstart 2022 with an emphasis on growth

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Acuity’s continued expansion shows no sign of relenting in 2022, with several key appointments across the business so far this year. 

The Commercial & Technology Team welcomes Declan Goodwin as Lead Partner, who will support clients with intellectual property transactions, data protection issues and competition law and our client servicing is also greatly enhanced with the addition of Matt Dodson (Client Relationship Partner). 

Shaun Perry brings extensive experience to his role as Talent Acquisition Manager and will work closely with Acuity’s Commercial Director Adele Carter to drive business growth and enhance Acuity’s ability to attract and develop exceptional people. Rachel Forsey (Client Delivery Manager) will work across the business to ensure we continue to deliver outstanding client relationships. 

The Chambers and Partners Band One ranked Real Estate team welcomes Liz Gibbons (Senior Associate) and Beth Gilbert (Paralegal) to its “motivated, pro-active and commercially aware” team, furthering its ability to provide much sought after support on the significant schemes that shape our cities and communities. 

Martin Cox (Senior Associate) brings over 10 years’ experience working in the City of London on a wide range of contentious, high-value and often cross-border disputes to our Commercial team, and the department is further bolstered by the addition of highly respected technology specialist Christian Davies (Consultant).  

Acuity’s award-winning Corporate team welcomes Emma Lewis (Solicitor) to its ranks, looking to build on the reputation that’s seen it pick up numerous accolades over the last few years. 

Completing this most recent round of appointments, Acuity’s financial support team is greatly enhanced by the addition of Callum Evans (Credit Controller) and Harrison Barrett (Legal Cashier). 

Commercial Director Adele Carter commented, “We’re delighted to welcome these new members of staff so early on in the year and I’ve no doubt they’ll play key roles in establishing and enhancing Acuity’s growing reputation in the legal world. We’ve ambitious plans for growth in 2022 and beyond as we expand the service offering to existing clients as well as growing our international client base”.  

Interested in joining the team at Acuity? See our latest vacancies here

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