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Tim strengthens corporate team at Harrison Drury


Harrison Drury has further bolstered its mergers and acquisitions expertise with the appointment of corporate lawyer Tim Grover.

Tim, who specialises in business sales and purchases, joins us from Vincents Solicitors where he was a senior member of its corporate team.

As well as overseeing corporate transactions, Tim also advises on commercial and consumer contracts and commercial property matters. He will be based at our Clitheroe office working with clients across the North West.

Nick Booth, head of the corporate and commercial team at Harrison Drury, said: “We continue to add talented, experienced people to our team with the aspiration of cementing our position as a legal advisor of choice in our North West locations.

“Tim is a talented and dedicated corporate solicitor who will help us add value to the work we do with business owners on corporate transactions and other commercial legal matters.”

Harrison Drury is listed in the Legal 500 as a leading firm for corporate and commercial law. In addition to our mergers and acquisitions expertise, the team advises on a wide range of business protection, intellectual property, and commercial dispute resolution matters.

Tim, who is from Manchester and now lives in Preston, said: “Harrison Drury is a firm with an excellent reputation, not only for its legal work but also the charitable and community work it carries out.

“It has a strong cultural identity which geared towards helping people succeed. Its values match my own views on the role of business in helping protect communities and the environment.”

Tim gained a law degree from University of Manchester in 2005 and completed is legal studies with BPP Law School. He trained with law firms in Manchester and Bolton having also gained experience working in the legal industry in New Zealand where he lived for a year in 2018.

This month Tim will start studying towards a Postgraduate Certificate in Organisational Development at Lancaster University Management School.

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