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LCF Law appoints specialist team for dental

LCF Law, UK based legal firm, has boosted its healthcare services by appointing a specialist team to provide expert legal advice to the dental sector.

Thomas Coates has joined as a partner, Sarah Buxton as an associate and Matthew Jones as a trainee solicitor.

The team has joined from Cohen Cramer and will now work in the LCF Law’s Leeds office, providing dental related legal services covering associate agreements, dental employment law, practice incorporations, compliance with the Care Quality Commission and the sale and acquisition of dental practices.

Partner Thomas Coate said: ‘Sarah and I have spent the last four years working together and Matthew joined us three years ago.

'As a team we pride ourselves on offering the dental industry an excellent standard of service, whilst making the process as simple and straightforward as possible, despite the legal complexities that surround the sector.

'LCF Law shares the same philosophy that makes this an ideal career move at a time when the dental market is growing rapidly and new legislation, specific to the dental industry, is continually being introduced.'

Managing partner at LCF Law, Simon Stell said: 'We already have a solid reputation in the healthcare sector, working with several general practitioner practices and pharmacists, and having Thomas, Sarah and Matthew on board will enable us to continue building on this as we expand into the dental market, which requires its own very unique and specialist advice.

'Each member of the team brings a wealth of experience to their new positions and have strong track records in guiding dental practices and their personnel through all types of challenges and situations so there’s no doubt they will be a valuable addition to LCF Law.'

LCF Law is a specialist commercial law firm that works with both businesses and private individuals.

The long-established firm employs an 85 strong team across offices in Leeds, Bradford and Ilkley.

Visit www.lcf.co.uk to find out more.

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