mfg Solicitors has appointed partner and corporate law specialist Clare Lang as head of department

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A
county law firm has appointed a new head of its Corporate department following
a period of sustained growth.

mfg Solicitors has appointed partner and corporate law specialist Clare Lang as head of department
mfg Solicitors has appointed partner and corporate law specialist Clare Lang as head of department

mfg
Solicitors, which has its Shropshire offices in Ludlow and Telford, has
appointed partner and corporate law specialist Clare Lang as head of
department.

Ms
Lang, who joined the 31-partner law firm in 2018, will now lead the team which
specialises in mergers and acquisitions, business disposals, management buy
outs, reorganisations, and a series of business-related commercial and finance
matters.

She
will work closely alongside widely respected corporate and commercial partners,
Stephen Wyer and James Hayes.

Maynard
Burton, partner and chairman of mfg Solicitors, said: “When Clare joined us two
years ago I said how she was a first-rate and hugely admired corporate and
commercial law specialist. During that time she has added significantly to our
Corporate offering and has been a key driving force behind the department’s
growth, both regionally and nationally.

“Now
as head of department she will play a key role in developing the department
further.”

Clare
Lang added: “I’m thrilled to be appointed as head of department following two
years of really impressive growth in the team.

“I
am ambitious to continue to grow and develop our corporate offering and client base
further. Despite these difficult times, we are continuing to make deals
for our clients and completed five major transactions in the first half of June
alone. 

“I
anticipate a variety of restructuring work in the next few months as businesses
impacted by the Covid-19 crisis make changes to their corporate structures. Commercial
contract work is also buoyant and our clients in the health and medical, food
and distribution sectors are performing well within new markets created by the
current situation.  

“I am very positive about the potential for further
growth and excited to be leading the team going forward.”

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