Fladgate’s Corporate team is further strengthened with the appointment of outsourcing and technology partner Tim Wright

Our team: Tim Wright

Fladgate is delighted to announce the appointment of Corporate partner Tim Wright.

Tim joins having previously led the global sourcing practice group at Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP in London. He specialises in complex, often cross-border, commercial, technology and outsourcing transactions, with a particular focus on the financial services, healthcare and technology sectors. He is recognised by leading directories including Chambers and Legal 500.

Tim has acted for some of the largest pharmaceutical and financial services companies including GlaxoSmithKline, Goldman Sachs and UBS.

Commenting on the appointment, Fladgate’s Chairman Richard Reuben said: “Our strategic growth gained momentum in 2018 with a number of successful partner hires and we are delighted to see this trend continue in 2019 with the appointment of Tim Wright. We are very pleased to welcome Tim to the team.”

Head of Corporate, Grant Gordon commented: “We are delighted that Tim is joining our firm at a pivotal point of our growth. Tim’s extensive experience and breadth of knowledge will complement Fladgate’s substantial offering across all three of our practice groups.”

Strategic growth remains a priority at Fladgate with the firm having made 35 lateral partner hires since 2014. The trend is continuing with Tim’s hire and further strategic hires are planned for the rest of 2019.

Tim Wright added: “Having known Fladgate for many years, and having closely watched its recent growth and successes, I am thrilled to be joining its ranks. Fladgate, with its clear commitment to delivering legal excellence – and high-quality client service – offers a very attractive platform, and I am excited by the chance to bring my expertise in complex cross-border technology and outsourcing transactions to the firm as part of the growing commercial team.”

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