Appointments 8 April 2005
RAJ Lawyers has appointed Mark Doble as partner and national head of insolvency and debt recovery and Andrew Bland as partner and national head of employment law and industrial relations. The
RAJ Lawyers has appointed Mark Doble as partner and national head of insolvency and debt recovery and Andrew Bland as partner and national head of employment law and industrial relations. The firm said Doble, previously at Deacons, has almost 15 years experience in handling ‘big ticket’ commercial and insolvency litigation and overseeing high volume recovery actions. Bland, previously a partner at PricewaterhouseCoopers Legal, will apply his deep knowledge of the law with effective and practical advice to clients.
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