- December 14, 2020
- By David Marshall
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New Partners at Anthony Gold
Anthony Gold is delighted to announce that three of its Senior Associates have accepted offers to become new Partners in the firm. Adam Dyl, Amanda Hopkins and Grainne Feeney transition to their new roles this month.
Dyl and Hopkins both work in the Personal Injury team. Dyl has over ten years’ experience with the firm, specialising in major trauma, such as brain and orthopaedic injuries, amputations and major burns. He has established an enviable track record of successfully resolving cases for individuals, alongside gaining some exceptional client feedback.
Hopkins has been with the firm for over 15 years and specialises in catastrophic personal injury claims, with expertise in brain injury claims, orthopaedic injuries and major amputations. Before becoming a solicitor, she worked at the Health & Safety Executive, which gave her a unique insight into cases involving accidents at work. She is also an experienced law lecturer.
Feeney works in the firm’s Court of Protection team. She acts for a variety of clients individually, or in their capacity as trustee, executor, attorney or deputy offering a highly personalised and responsive service. With over 20 years’ experience, she is a specialist in non-contentious Court of Protection matters, including deputyships for people who become mentally incapacitated through illness or personal injury.
The move sees Anthony Gold building on its current strengths in the personal injury market – the team has top London ranking in both Chambers and Partners and The Legal 500 – as well as the growing market for Court of Protection work. All three partners will be based out of the firm’s London Bridge office.
Managing Partner, David Marshall, said: “I am delighted that all three individuals have accepted offers to become partners. This is part of a concerted effort to continue to build our Personal Injury and Court of Protection offerings and to ensure the firm has talented practitioners in place for its future growth.”
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