solicitor

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Synonyms for solicitor

Synonyms for solicitor

a petitioner who solicits contributions or trade or votes

a British lawyer who gives legal advice and prepares legal documents

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Commenting on this development, the three English solicitors said, "This is a tremendous opportunity which will add an exciting new dimension to the provision of legal services both in the UK and worldwide.
However, Linotype Library was advised by its English solicitors, Hewitson Becke + Shaw that the copyright in its fonts is protected under English law by The Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988 and fully intends to assert its rights wherever necessary, given the importance of the UK market to publishers of software products.
It includes all letters, faxes, filenotes and emails between the Murray firm and English solicitors Collyer Bristow, who are now being sued by the administrators at the High Court in London.
Pinney trained at Gouldens English Solicitors and joins Crawford from Jones Day where, as a corporate solicitor, he specialized in mergers and acquisitions, corporate finance and private equity transactions, as well as general commercial law.
5m transfer, is in another legal battle with English solicitors who claim he owes them EUR15,000 in unpaid fees.
He will highlight London's role as an "unrivalled centre for international dispute resolution" and to sign a strategic agreement with the Shanghai Bar which will see English solicitors delivering training to Chinese law firms over the coming years in key areas of international practice.
Senior partner John Hughes, who heads the team and who has extensive experience representing clients in Spain, said the new service enabled clients to deal with English solicitors subject to Law Society professional regulations and with the benefit of professional indemnity cover in the UK.
There are few English solicitors qualified to practice foreign law.