June 2005
Lawyer;6/6/2005, Vol. 19 Issue 22, p37
Trade Publication
The article informs about some people related to law firms. Law firm Rawlison Butler has hired a new partner for its commerce and technology team. Chris Holme joins the Gatwick office from Kent firm Brachers. Rawlisons has also promoted Abigail Owen and Chris Dodd to associates in the corporate team. Shipping firm Curtis Davis Garrard has appointed law firm Ronly Holdings in-house lawyer Clare Calnan as a partner with effect from May 1. Calnan specialises in dispute resolution in shipping, insurance, shipbuilding and the offshore construction sectors.


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