Kain Knight open second London office

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4 June 2014


Due to continued expansion Kain Knight have opened a satellite office directly opposite the Royal Courts of Justice.

We have found that our in-house team has experienced a dramatic increase in instructions since costs budgeting began to take hold necessitating an increase in that particular division.

Our commercial clients, with larger budgets that require in-house drafting has also necessitated an expansion of the London team of Costs Lawyers.

Conveniently the new office is situated at 218 Strand, which is ideally suited to servicing the traditional local legal community.  This now includes the Bar, with whom we are further extending our working relationship, particularly with regard to Precedent H.  This new office combined with our long-term City presence enables us to fulfil all client service expectations in Central London.’

Nicholas Clark, Business Development Director commented,  ‘As a result of our extensive work with our clients on Precedent H it has been identified that further expansion in the London market was essential” 

 



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