Fraser Brown expands its dispute resolution team

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Fraser Brown Solicitors has bolstered its dispute resolution team with the appointment of Catherine Gritt who has joined the firm as an associate solicitor.

In her new position, Catherine will be working with the firm’s construction department and will share her expertise with the existing property litigation team in everything from commercial and residential property disputes, landlord and tenant law, to professional negligence claims.

Catherine, who lives in Beeston, joins the 16 strong Fraser Brown dispute resolution team from Kuits Solicitors where she worked as an associate solicitor for 18 months.

A specialist in property litigation, Catherine has over eight years of experience in real estate and commercial litigation.

She said: “Fraser Brown is a well-known and established firm in the region and this role was very attractive as it holds a uniquely deep-rooted position at the very heart of Nottingham’s commercial sector. I’m very pleased to be working with a forward thinking and dynamic firm.”

Catherine studied law at Durham University and is a member of the Property Litigators Association.

Don Peel, head of the dispute resolution team at Fraser Brown, said: “With her proactive and can-do approach to work, Catherine is an excellent fit for us. Her contacts and experience in the property and construction sector will allow her to provide a comprehensive service to our existing clients as well as help us further expand the team.

“It’s always fantastic to have a new addition to the team and her appointment, which is part of Fraser Brown’s continued growth strategy, will allow us to keep up with the continued demand for our services.

“Catherine is very enthusiastic and ready to take on any challenge she’s faced with; a great asset to the team.”