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Mundays double promotion sees partnership expand

3rd August 2015

Surrey law firm Mundays has promoted both Oliver Jackson and Rachel Lemon to Partner.

Oliver Jackson joined the firm’s dispute resolution team 10 years ago and has built a wide ranging practice covering most areas of commercial litigation and contentious insolvency. Oliver’s work has a particular focus on shareholder disputes, claims against directors, partnership disputes, professional negligence, product liability, transport and freight disputes, and construction disputes.

Oliver has also been a specialist in insolvency and business recovery of a number of years, acting for companies, individuals and insolvency practitioners throughout the South East.

Rachel Lemon has also been promoted to Partner, having been at Mundays since beginning her training in 2007. During this time Rachel has built her experience in all areas of family law including financial matters where there are mid to high value assets and complex issues with an international element. Rachel has experience in private law disputes involving children including a recent successful application to the High Court for leave to remove a child from the jurisdiction.

Commenting on both promotions, Valerie Toon, Managing Partner at Mundays, said: “Oliver and Rachel have shown great dedication, skill and commitment to their clients during their time at Mundays. We are excited to be welcoming them both into our partnership.”

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