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Bell & Buxton announce CLL Solicitors Acquisition

28 September

Bell & Buxton announce CLL Solicitors Acquisition

emmadigby.jpg#asset:328:urlSheffield-based Solicitors Bell & Buxton have announced that they recently acquired Commercial Law and Litigation Solicitors (CLL) for an undisclosed fee in a deal which brings on board the talented and well-respected solicitor Emma Digby.

This is the latest acquisition for the buoyant firm following their merger with Morton Price 12 months ago. Emma is renowned in the Commercial and Litigation sector, and has previously achieved major successes in high value, landmark matters. Emma joins Bell & Buxton as a Partner based at their iconic Telegraph House premises and said of the move,“I am delighted to be able to announce that Commercial Law and Litigation Solicitors (CLL) has been acquired by Bell & Buxton. Having known and worked alongside many of their Solicitors for a number of years we recognise that our firms share a very similar ethos in the way that we strive to deliver client services. The multi-disciplinary nature of Bell & Buxton’s commercial and private client teams will be a perfect match for my clients and will ensure that they continue to receive quality, effective and cost-competitive legal services, all under one roof, whatever their needs. I look forward to joining the team.

This exciting development means that Bell & Buxton have further expanded their market share in Yorkshire and North Derbyshire as they progress their plans for growth. Matthew Rodgers, Partner at Bell & Buxton said,“Joining up with Emma Digby and her CLL brand seemed to make so much sense to us and perfectly complements the services we offer. Having known her for several years we are certain that Emma and her team will consolidate our expansion whilst still delivering the kind of familiar service that has kept our clients coming back to us for the last 140 years.”