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Key appointment at law firm's regional office

Harrison Clark Rickerbys have appointed a new head of its Ross-on-Wye office.

Arpinder Dhillon takes on the position having spent the past four years as the firm's head of business services for Herefordshire.

A corporate law specialist who has been noted as a leader in her field in national legal directories, she has been working with local business for some time.

Gavin-Hartley, Arpinder-Dhillon and Ben-Hartley at Harrison Clark Rickerbys' Wye Valley office

She said: "I'm delighted to be taking on this role - I know the area well and I have seen at first-hand how businesses thrive in this marketplace.

"They may be set in beautiful countryside but they are not stuck in a rut, and they are ready to look at national and international markets for growth and development.

"As part of my role, I look forward to getting to know the wider community.

Our office is growing steadily and we have a great track record of welcoming people back to the area who have acquired and developed their expertise elsewhere, but want to create their futures and further develop their careers and ambitions where they began."


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Ms Dhillon recently helped Ross-based HSL Compliance and three of its related businesses in a £20million management buyout led by its UK managing director Gavin Hartley.

The companies are all part of Shield Group International, an testing, inspection and consultancy business that previously part of global inspection and certification group Kiwa.

Mr Hartley said: "We are fortunate to have a nationally recognised law firm and talented lawyers, in the form of Arpinder and her team, on our doorstep.

"It is important for any business to deal with lawyers who know what they are doing, are responsive and who are fully supportive of their clients during what can be a stressful time. We wish Arpinder every success in her new role."

Harrison Clark Rickerbys has 500 staff and partners based at offices across the country, including the Wye Valley, Hereford, Worcester, Birmingham, Cheltenham, the Thames Valley, Cambridge and central London.

They provide a complete spectrum of legal services to both business and private clients, regionally and nationwide.

The firm also has a number of highly successful teams specialising in individual market sectors, including health and social care, education, advanced manufacturing, agricultural and rural affairs, defence, security and the forces, and construction.

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