April 2005
Lawyer;4/25/2005, Vol. 19 Issue 16, p10
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The article focuses on the business activities of the English law firm Rowe Cohen. Rowe Cohen began life as a personal injury firm founded by name partners Simon Cohen and Ivor Rowe in Hythe, Manchester, in 1990. It has since grown to 19 partners and 200 staff, with offices in Manchester's Quay Street and Ludgate in the City. Graham Small took over as full-time managing partner in September 2004. The firm is split into three main departments--personal injury (claimant and defendant), property, and commercial.


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