We are delighted to announce that on 1st March 2017 this firm has acquired the practice of Lawbridge Solicitors in Sidcup.Lawbridge Solicitors will now trade from Sidcup as a separate law firm under the style “Lawbridge Grant Saw”. We are looking forward to working together with our colleagues at Lawbridge as part of a larger group and there will be many opportunities for cross referral of work between the two firms.

Ray Crudgington and Michael Clary will become Directors of Lawbridge alongside Caroline Adams, who will head up the group’s employment practice. Caroline will simultaneously become a Member of Grant Saw Solicitors LLP.

Michael Pope established Lawbridge Solicitors in 2008 and will continue to assist clients from the Sidcup office ably assisted by Adina Leigh Collins who specialises insolvency litigation and Kush Birdi who has a mixed caseload of corporate law and contentious work.

Ray Crudgington, Managing Partner of Grant Saw Solicitors said “The acquisition of Lawbridge forms part of our long-term strategy of growing our reputation in South-East London and Docklands.    The lawyers at Lawbridge Grant Saw will complement perfectly the teams based in Greenwich and Blackheath and will offer additional opportunities for us to provide client services in the area.   With offices now in Greenwich, Blackheath and Sidcup, as well as meeting room facilities in Canary Wharf, we are well-placed to take advantage of the many opportunities which exist to meet our clients’ legal needs.”

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