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Capsticks is delighted to announce that we have promoted two more lawyers, Tracy Giles and Gerard Aston, into the partnership as we continue to celebrate our 40th year in business.
The new Partners represent two of the firm’s key practice areas, Contract, Commercial and Clinical Law.
Tracy joined the firm in 2009 as a solicitor and works with a range of the firm’s biggest clients across our core health business and private sector as well as within some of the emerging sectors such as emergency services.
She provides complex procurement advice ranging from assisting with competitive dialogue processes and the establishment of frameworks to general advisory work.
Gerard, a clinical negligence specialist, joined the firm in 2011. His practice includes dealing with a range of high value and complex claims involving the most severe neurological injuries, he is also experienced in all forms of alternative dispute resolution including mediation and assists with the running of the Capsticks’ Claims Handling Service.
Senior Partner, Rachael Heenan, commented, “Both our new Partners live up to Capsticks’ ethos of being one step ahead and we are delighted to have such talent joining the partnership.
It’s been wonderful to see them all develop over the past few years and I and the rest of the partners are delighted to see them moving into the next stage of their career with the firm.”
Capsticks is one of the leading national law firms in health, housing and social care and has an unrivalled understanding of the professional regulatory and emergency services sectors. The firm provides a full-service offering for all of its clients and is well regarded for its practical, market-driven solutions.