DMH Stallard employment team secure a top lawyer appointment

07 Mar 2019

We are pleased to announce a key appointment within our rapidly expanding Guildford office. Abigail Maino has joined the firm’s highly regarded employment group from asb law.

Adam Williams, employment Partner at DMH Stallard, said:

“This is another fantastic appointment. Abigail is an extremely talented lawyer with an established reputation, and her presence in Guildford will galvanise the expansion and success of our employment law services to businesses and individuals.”

Specialising in a broad range of contentious and non-contentious employment matters, Abigail provides responsive, commercial and pragmatic legal advice to businesses and senior executives, and is a trusted adviser to clients ranging from national organisations to start ups. Abigail is also ranked in the Chambers & Partners Legal Directory as an ‘associate to watch’.

Abigail said:

“I am delighted to join DMH Stallard at such an exciting time for their Guildford office. The firm has a clear strategy for growth, and I look forward to working with Adam and the rest of the employment group to deliver outstanding legal services to the Surrey and wider regional market.”

We are delighted to welcome Abigail to DMH Stallard and her addition will form an integral part of the future growth of our employment offering to clients across Surrey and Sussex.

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