Partner trio set to quit Hammonds

Harris, Joanne
December 2004
Lawyer;12/6/2004, Vol. 18 Issue 47, p4
Trade Publication
Reports that Hunton & Williams, a law firm in Great Britain, has obtained its second Hammonds partner in three months with the hire of John Deacon to kick-start a practice in London, England specializing in the construction industry. Deacon's departure coinciding with that of two other Hammonds partners, who both announced their resignations in the last week of November 2004; London-based head of technology Ged O'Neill; Birmingham commercial and intellectual property partner Jonathan Moore.


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