Shoosmiths becomes AA members' sole adviser

Harris, Joanne
April 2005
Lawyer;4/25/2005, Vol. 19 Issue 16, p2
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The article reports that Shoosmiths becomes AA members' sole adviser. Showsmiths has won the mandate from the AA to be the motoring organisation's sole legal adviser for members' insurance claims. The appointment replaces the AA's former five-firm panel, which in addition to Shoosmiths included Clarke Willmott, the Connexion Partnership, Fennemores and Pannone & Partners. Shoosmiths will now become the exclusive provider of legal services to AA customers. This could see the national firm dealing with around 9,000 cases annually.


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