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Karen Piontek joins commercial property team


Harrison Drury has appointed Karen Piontek as a commercial property lawyer following a period of growth for the department.

Karen, who has worked in the legal profession since 1998 and qualified as a legal executive in 2005,  joins Harrison Drury from Lawson Taylor LLP in East Lancashire where she was head of property.

Prior to this, Karen has worked as a property lawyer for a number of other law firms across Lancashire and the North West.

Owen McKenna, commercial property partner at Harrison Drury, said: “We’ve continued to see an increase in work volumes across the board, including a greater number of property acquisitions and disposals.

“Karen Piontek is an experienced lawyer having led the property team at several regional law firms and her drive and commitment to business development has resulted in a network of professional contacts throughout Lancashire. Her appointment will further strengthen the team and ensure we continue to offer great service to our clients.”

Harrison Drury specialises in all aspects of commercial property law, including property acquisitions and disposals, commercial leases, construction law, environmental issues, litigation, planning law, and landlord and tenant disputes. We have a team of laywers in Preston, Lancaster, Garstang and, most recently, Kendal, who are always more than happy to provide legal advice on a number of areas of law and assist you with any legal problems that you may have. We will guide you through complex law procedures so you fully understand the necessary ins and outs of a particular legal process.

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