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Emms Gilmore Liberson expands real estate practice

wantspacegotspace.co.uk - Emms Gilmore Liberson expands real estate practiceRapidly expanding law firm Emms Gilmore Liberson (EGL) has announced the arrival of Terry Dickson, a familiar face around the Birmingham property scene.

Mr Dickson is an experienced commercial property lawyer formerly with SGH Martineau. He joins EGL as a director.

Particular areas of expertise include site acquisition/assembly for development, landlord and tenant matters, asset management and buying and selling businesses as “going concerns”, particularly those in the licensed trade.  He has an impressive array of clients, ranging from household name global corporate occupiers to high net worth individuals and owners of SMEs.

He said: “Emms Gilmore Liberson has successfully developed its litigation and corporate and commercial practises.  It is now establishing itself in the real estate sector, and is already having a significant impact. I am thrilled to have joined the firm and am sure that I can contribute to its continuing growth.”  

Mr Dickson qualified as a solicitor in 2003 and has been practising in the commercial property sector since then. He is also a director of Birmingham and Solihull Rugby Club, where he is responsible for the club’s legal and regulatory issues.

EGL director Martyn Liberson said: “We are very pleased that Terry has decided to join us. He has a ‘can do’ attitude combined with sound commercial judgment that will prove popular with our clients and their advisers.  He has already developed a name in the market, and we look forward to working with him and developing his practice.”

EGL was launched in 2011 by directors Gregory Emms, Stephen Gilmore and Martyn Liberson who were all partners at Lee Crowder before going their separate ways following the merger with Cobbetts LLP.

Posted by The Editor (wantspacegotspace) on 4th December 2012

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