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Posted by Sarah Perry on 18 March 2020

Sarah Perry - Dispute Resolution - Managing Partner
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Robert Lee - Head of Corporate Law

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Lucie Byron, Banking and Finance Lawyer

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Sarah Perry

Managing Partner

Sarah is the firm's Managing Partner and head of the firm's highly regarded dispute resolution group.

Sarah Perry

Sarah is the firm's Managing Partner and head of the firm's highly regarded dispute resolution group.

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