Leading North West law firm SAS Daniels has announced the appointment of two of the firm’s partners as joint heads of its Stockport office. Andy Booth and Chris MacCafferty will now jointly head up SAS Daniels’ HQ to oversee and lead local business development, continue to accelerate the firm’s growth and further its relationships with the town’s business community.
Andy Booth is Head of Music and Media at SAS Daniels and recently acted for up and coming local band, Blossoms on its global record contract with Virgin/EMI.
Chris MacCafferty is Head of the Dispute Resolution team which has seen exceptional growth over the last four years. He recently qualified as a mediator given the increasing demand for this more cost-effective alternative to court.
Commenting on his appointment, Booth said: “Stockport has a thriving business community and there are currently a lot of projects underway to regenerate the town centre. Chris and I are both delighted to be given the opportunity to drive the Stockport office forward and to maintain and develop our established position in the business community by continuing our partnership with Marketing Stockport, supporting the Stockport BID plan and supporting local businesses.
“We have a great team of 46 legal advisers, including 14 partners working from our offices in Greek Street offering legal expertise on a range of specialist practice areas.”
MacCafferty added: “SAS Daniels’ Stockport team has some of the best legal advisers I’ve ever worked with resulting in us continuing to increase our market share not only in Stockport, but in the North West.
Jonathan Whittaker, Senior Partner at SAS Daniels said: “Both Andy and Chris are highly respected legal practitioners in their respected fields and are very well connected in the local area.
“I am delighted that they have agreed to work together to head up our Stockport practice and drive forward the growth of our business.”
SAS Daniels offers a full range of legal services to businesses and individuals and also has offices in Chester, Congleton and Macclesfield.
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