National law firm Stone King is delighted to welcome employment law expert Tim Tyndall as a consultant in its Cambridge office. In addition, Hugo Greer-Walker, partner in Stone King’s Commercial Property Team, will relocate from London to the firm’s Cambridge office in August.
Tim Tyndall has more than 20 years of experience in contentious and non-contentious employment law and is ranked as a leading individual in his field by legal directories Chambers & Partners and Legal 500. Tim, who is an experienced Tribunal advocate, joins Stone King from Birketts in Cambridge, where he was a partner. Prior to this he was a partner and founding Head of Cambridge office for Charles Russell (now Charles Russell Speechlys) before that office transferred to Penningtons Manches, where Tim was also a founding partner of that firm’s Cambridge office.
Steven Greenwood, Managing Partner at Stone King, says: “Tim brings with him substantial knowledge and experience in employment law in our current and targeted sectors that will be invaluable to the ongoing growth and development of our employment team and the Cambridge office as a whole. We are delighted to welcome him to Stone King, he will be a real asset to the firm.”
Hugo Greer-Walker joined Stone King in August 2010 based at the firm’s London offices. From August 2018 he will relocate to Stone King’s Cambridge office in order to further strengthen and develop the firm’s corporate activity in the region. He has built up his expertise working on all aspects of commercial property, including investment acquisitions and disposals; real estate finance; development; landlord and tenant; owner occupier; retail; restaurant and property management work. Stone King partner Tamsin Eastwood, who has more than 25 years’ experience in corporate finance, banking and financial services law, is also based at the firm’s Cambridge office.
Stone King opened its Cambridge base in February 2007 and currently has approximately 240 people across five national offices. With more than 200 years of experience, Stone King provides specialist legal advice and solutions to the four sectors of education; charity and social enterprise; business; and private client.
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