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Whitehead Monckton law firm welcomes Dan Cowley and David Riordan to their commercial property and business disputes teams

26 June 2014
by KentOnline reporter

By Ben Kennedy

One of Kent’s largest law firms have welcomed two new solicitors to their team.

Dan Cowley from has joined the Canterbury office of Whitehead Monckton as an associate solicitor from Penningtons Manches LLP.

He specialises in commercial property with specialist interest in higher education establishments, as well as medium and large size corporate entities on their property portfolio issues.

Commercial property specialist Dan Cowley who has joined the Canterbury branch as associate solicitor

Commercial property specialist Dan Cowley who has joined the Canterbury branch as associate solicitor

The firm also welcomes the arrival of senior solicitor David Riordan to their business disputes team.

David specialises in a range of business and property-related disputes and will be joining the Maidstone team, who are listed in both the coveted Legal 500 and Chambers independent directories.

Robert Coombe, head of the property department, said: “We’re delighted Dan and David have joined us at Whitehead Monckton.

David Riordan has also joined the firm's business disputes team in Maidstone Category Business Location Canterbury Submitted by Amanda Coltham

David Riordan has also joined the firm's business disputes team in Maidstone Category: Business Location: Canterbury Submitted by Amanda Coltham

"This is a great time for the firm, business continues to improve in all areas and our office in Canterbury is now well established in the city.

“Having Dan working on more property deals and David available for any property disputes gives us that extra expertise and capacity.”

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