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Mundays boosts partnership with two promotions

1st February 2015

Cobham-based law firm Mundays has promoted both Alex Young and Judith Fitton to Partner.

Alex Young joined the firm 10 years ago and specialises in all aspects of corporate finance, mergers and acquisitions, private equity, joint ventures including shareholder and LLP agreements and general corporate advice.

Alex’s recent experience includes advising on an acquisition of a creative agency, the sale of a company specialising in automotive engineering products, and a major reorganisation of a pharmaceutical company. He also acts for property joint venture investors, working closely with the firm’s commercial property and development team.

Judith Fitton joined Mundays in 2006 and is an experienced family lawyer, specialising in high net worth divorces.  She has a particular niche practice in cohabitee cases and the division of jointly owned property. 

Judith is an experienced speaker and writer on family law issues and is known for her skill in unravelling complex financial trust and business structures and assets held overseas.  She worked at two major London firms before joining Mundays.

Commenting on both promotions, Valerie Toon, Managing Partner at Mundays, said: “Both Alex and Judith are committed to their clients and providing the very best service. We are delighted to be welcoming both of them to our partnership.”

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