Boutique Leeds law firm 3volution has appointed two new partners, Samantha Wragg and Amy Wright.
Samantha, who works in the commercial litigation team, joined 3volution in 2012. She focusses on specialist contentious areas including financial services disputes, reputation management and defamation and pension litigation.
Samantha has represented clients in a variety of contractual and tortious disputes across a range of different sectors such as IT, manufacturing, food and leisure, logistics and financial services. She regularly advises individuals, employers, trustees and representative beneficiaries in pension disputes, and has a particular expertise in contentious probate and trust disputes.
Meanwhile Amy Wright who works in 3volution’s Corporate team has also been promoted. She joined the firm in 2013 and
advises clients ranging from SMEs to full and AIM listed companies. Whilst she has experience in all areas of corporate work, her particular focus is on debt and equity funding, corporate re-organisations, reconstructions and mergers and acquisitions.
Amy has assisted a number of start-up and early stage companies with their investment funding including crowd funding and angel investment funding.
Commenting on the promotions founding partner Tim Stone said: “We are particularly proud of Samantha and Amy’s achievements, they are both extremely hardworking, loyal colleagues and it is great to see them progressing so well with their careers.
“It’s really good to be able to promote people from within the business. When we founded 3volution we set out to grow the business gradually, solidly building our reputation with bright, talented people. Sam and Amy reflect that ethos perfectly.”
3volution was established in 2011 by Louise Handley, Jonathan Priestley and Tim Stone. Based in East Parade, the firm has 7 partners and 21 employees and specialises in all aspects of commercial, corporate, litigation and intellectual property law.