Ernst & Young is celebrating the successful launch of its associated law firm Tite & Lewis and a coup against its biggest rival PricewaterhouseCoopers.
Lawyers Christopher Tite and Mark Lewis earlier this year defected from PwC’s associated law firm Arnheim, Tite and Lewis, now named Landwell.
The two partners left the PwC firm with a team of thirty people, including real estate partner Louise Gowman. The new firm’s services will cover corporate, IT, e-commerce, real estate and competition.
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