Rayfield Mills Opens London Office

Friday, March 01, 2002
Rayfield Mills a U.K.-based firm of solicitors specializing in maritime and international trade law, opened a new office in London today. Located at 150 Minories, the new office is in the heart of the capital’s shipping and insurance sector. The move to London gives Rayfield Mills the opportunity to consolidate and expand its insurance practice as well as reinforce its relationships with leading P&I clubs. Lloyd’s underwriters other London-based clients. The new office is headed by founding partners Barry Young and Robert Joiner. Rayfield Mills’ London fee rates are expected to be very competitive as the firm plans to pass on to clients the savings made from resourcing administrative and support services in Newcastle.

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