25 Jan 2018

Real Estate solicitor Sue Lattin has joined Top 100 law firm DMH Stallard from the development team at Cripps.  Her track record also includes Rawlison Butler and Vertex Law where she was head of residential development.

Acting for developers and landowners, Sue specialises in the acquisition and disposal of land for residential development.  Additionally, her work includes freehold commercial developments and related issues such as easements, covenants, overage agreements and infrastructure agreements. 

Sue said:

“I know DMH Stallard really well having worked for the firm before moving to Kent just over ten years ago. I am delighted to be working back in Sussex, reacquainting myself with former colleagues and getting to know new ones.

“DMH Stallard’s rapid growth, particularly following the merger with Rawlison Butler, the increased strength in development expertise and the firm’s expansion in Brighton are all very exciting.”

DMH Stallard merged with Rawlison Butler in September reinforcing the leading regional presence of the law firm; the move brought the overall team strength to 350, including over 70 partners, and increased the number of offices in Sussex, Surrey and London to six.

Richard Pollins, Managing Partner at DMH Stallard, said:

“It’s great to welcome back a former colleague who possesses such immense experience and understanding of the regional real estate market.

“I’m very proud that we are able to continually attract the best legal talent and I look forward to announcing more high calibre appointments in 2018.”

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