Taylor Rose MW celebrated in The Legal 500 2023
ADRIAN JAGGARD >
CEOThu 29 September 2022
We’re pleased to announce that Taylor Rose MW has achieved recognition in the 2023 Legal 500 publication.
The 2023 edition of The Legal 500 reviews the firms East Anglian Commercial Property practice area and the South-eastern Contentious Trust and Probate, Personal Injury and Clinical Negligence for Claimant departments. It also reviews the London based Clinical Negligence and Personal Injury departments.
Our Commercial Property team, who are based in the firm’s Peterborough office have been recommended for the fifth year running. Both Navead Yousaf, Associate Solicitor and Nick Scutt, Partner have been recommended in band 3 for specialising in portfolio work and high-value transactions. Navead has been described as ‘very friendly, thorough and proactive.’
Neil Pota, Consultant Solicitor has also been named for assisting with all aspects of commercial property.
Navead said: “Even as Taylor Rose MW has continued to grow dramatically, the fact our team continues to achieve such recognition from Legal 500 is a testament to our commitment to maintaining the highest calibre work for our clients. We are thankful to our clients for their feedback.”
For the third year running, Sharon Bell, Partner and Head of Estate and Trust Disputes, who specialises in Contentious Probate matters has been described as ‘great in negotiation and strategically brilliant’.
The department has been ranked in band 3 with other members of the team mentioned being Wendy Rixon, Associate FCILEx and Georgia Langston, Solicitor. Wendy was described as being ‘very experienced and gives wise, well considered advice. She gives great support to her clients.’
“I am absolutely delighted to be ranked for the third year running in the Legal 500. I am especially pleased that members of my team, Wendy and Georgia have received the recognition that they deserve as their support, assistance and commitment to the team over the past couple of years has been outstanding,” Sharon said.
“The team as a whole should be very proud of this achievement, and we should all look to build on this success in years to come.”
For the third year running our Personal Injury and Clinical Negligence departments have been mentioned. With Joanna Bailey, Head of Personal Injury and Lauren Phillips, Head of Clinical Negligence being mentioned for their claimant- based work.
Our Clinical Negligence department has been ranked as a firm to watch in London and band 3 within the South East. Other Key Lawyers mentioned are Jacqui Hayat, Partner and Nisha Sharma,Partner. Jacqui has been mention as a ‘clinical negligence specialist’ for handling cases related to child birth. With Nisha being mentioned for being ‘an excellent and dedicated solicitor in her field.’
Lauren said: “ We are delighted that the clinical negligence team have been recognised yet again in the 2023 Legal 500 publication in both the South East and as a ‘Firm to Watch’ in London.”
“We are a small but mighty department with a wealth of knowledge and experience and this recognition is richly deserved. We are passionate about helping our clients; not afraid to take on the most complex of cases and often go the extra mile to ensure that we secure the maximum level of compensation for them."
“Whilst in many cases, no amount of compensation will ever put our clients back in the position they would have been, had the negligence not occurred, it is hoped that what compensation we do secure, will enable them to move forward with their lives with the appropriate levels of care therapeutic support in place and relieve them of many of the financial concerns in the future.”
Lauren continued: “In the coming year, I am confident that the department will continue to go from strength and our clients will, as always, be at the forefront of everything we do.”
Our Personal Injury department has been ranked in band 4 within London. Joanna has been mentioned for having ‘a strong reputation acting for claimants who have suffered serious brain injuries in road traffic accidents for their bereaved families’. With Caroline Kempster, being mentioned as Deputy Lead. Followed by Ian Latimer, Partner who has been mentioned for being ‘standout’ when acting on complex stress-at-work psychological injury claims.
Joanna Bailey said: “We are delighted to be recognised once again as a team by the legal 500. We remain committed to obtaining the right compensation for those severely injured on the road, at work and in public places. As a boutique department we remain "small enough to care, big enough to make a difference”
Adrian Jaggard, CEO commented: “Congratulations to all those listing in The Legal 500 2023 Edition. Recognition in the Legal 500 is not an easy achievement and demonstrates the departments and individuals hard work indicating how our clients are at the forefront of everything we do and how we are dedicated to deliver a brilliant service.”
For more information about our Legal 500 2023 ranking, please click here.