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Worcester Warriors confirms legal partnership with Harrison Clark Rickerbys

PUBLISHED: 11:17 20 February 2014 | UPDATED: 11:17 20 February 2014

L-R Rod Thomas Heath Thomas Jake Abbott Charles Cameron

L-R Rod Thomas Heath Thomas Jake Abbott Charles Cameron

Harrison Clark Rickerbys

Warriors are delighted to announce their continued association with Harrison Clark Rickerbys who have been confirmed the club’s Preferred Legal Partners. Harrison Clark Rickerbys is a leading law firm providing a complete spectrum of City-quality legal services to businesses and private clients. The firm, which has a local, national and international reach, has its heart firmly rooted in the Three Counties. As well as legal partners to the Warriors, the firm also sponsors the club’s Head Coach, Carl Hogg, and forward, Ofa Fainga’anuku.

Warriors’ Chief Executive Charles Cameron said: “We are delighted that our relationship with Harrison Clark Rickerbys is continuing to grow. We have a varied and fast-moving business which requires advice across diverse areas, from property to sports law.’’

“The firm is expanding but is rooted in this area and has given this club great support since beginning its sponsorship.”

Rod Thomas, Managing Partner at Harrison Clark Rickerbys, commented: “We’re delighted to strengthen our association with the Worcester Warriors and, with our head office in Worcester, we’re keen to support the local community.”

“We are well-placed to provide legal services to the club, with over 350 staff and solicitors offering expertise across a full spectrum of business and individual services from our five offices throughout the Three Counties and Thames Valley. Our teams are able to offer specialist advice to enable the club to grow and our partnership with Worcester Warriors is a firm endorsement of our legal expertise and abilities.”

Heath Thomas, Partner and Head of Hospitality, Leisure and Sport, commented: “We were pleased to be appointed by Worcester Warriors as its Preferred Legal Partner and delighted to be recognised as the firm best-placed to provide them with legal advice. Hospitality, Leisure and Sport is one of our firm’s key sectors and we are very proud of our long-standing association with sports organisations.”

Harrison Clark Rickerbys Ltd provides a complete spectrum of City-quality legal services to business and private clients across the South and West Midlands, M5 corridor and southwest of England. Harrison Clark Rickerbys Ltd was formed following the merger in 2013 of two long established regional law firms, Harrison Clark Ltd and Rickerbys LLP. The firm has a total of 350 staff and partners based in Worcester, Cheltenham, Hereford, Ross-on-Wye and the Thames Valley as well as serviced offices in central London and Birmingham and a turn over of c£21M. The firm has specialist expertise in hospitality, leisure and sport; construction; health and social care; defence, security and the forces; agriculture and rural affairs and education.

Harrison Clark Rickerbys’ work in all aspects of law is nationally and internationally recognised. It has been a member of MSI Global Alliance, one of the world’s leading international legal and accountancy associations, since 2007. It is also annually recognised for the quality of its work through listings in Tier 1 of the prestigious Legal 500 and Chamber and Partners directories of the major law firms in England and Wales. For more details, visit www.hcrlaw.com

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