UK law firm TLT has promoted Nichola Coghlan to managing associate and Orla Kennedy, Niamh McDermott and Patrick McGirr to senior associate in its Belfast office. The four promotions in Belfast form part of a UK-wide promotions round which has seen the firm name 10 new partners, bringing its total n
UK law firm TLT has appointed Belfast-based renewable energy development expert David Miller as partner in the firm’s UK-wide real estate team. Mr Miller has over a decade of experience advising on the investment, sale and development of renewable energy projects as well as advising landowners
UK law firm TLT has introduced free menopause testing for women as part of a package of new supports for staff members going through menopause. The firm, with a well-established office in Belfast, announced the new measures on International Women's Day 2023 and said they would help to reach its ambi
UK law firm TLT has appointed Christina Lishman as a managing associate in Belfast, bolstering its litigation offering. Ms Lishman joins the firm from a large regional commercial law firm where she served as a senior associate specialising in commercial dispute resolution.
UK law firm TLT has announced the appointment of new associates, solicitors and trainees in its Belfast office. Kathy McComb and Joan Davison have joined the firm as associates in the banking and real estate teams respectively.
The Belfast office of UK law firm TLT has been recognised with the Silver Diversity Mark on its first round of application, two years after it was first awarded the Bronze Diversity Mark. The Diversity Mark accreditation is a mark of progress that allows organisations to demonstrate to their own peo
UK law firm TLT is embarking on a new project to identify how climate-aligned contract clauses can be used in built environment projects to combat climate change throughout the entire lifecycle of a building. The commercial law firm has won a competitive brief to support The Chancery Lane Project (T
UK law firm TLT is supporting one of its trainee solicitors who has been selected to play as part of the Northern Ireland netball squad at this year's Commonwealth Games in Birmingham. Ciara Crosbie is based at the firm's Manchester office. Prior to starting her training contract, she worked for TLT
UK law firm TLT, with an office in Belfast, has revealed a record financial year with 30 per cent growth in turnover in 2021/2022. Revenue is up to £144 million from £110m in 2020/2021, while profit per equity partner has risen from £600,000 to £840,000.
UK law firm TLT has furthered its commitment to reducing carbon emissions from clients’ disputes with the launch of a new UK-wide Greener Disputes Committee. The committee will be responsible for actively reducing, with a view to minimising, the environmental impacts of litigation in all three
Sarah Mulholland: Northern Ireland’s new climate legislation and recent consultation on water infrastructure
Sarah Mulholland, associate at TLT, looks at new climate legislation introduced in Northern Ireland. Northern Ireland will soon have its first ever legislation to tackle climate change after Stormont passed an amended form of the Climate Change Bill brought forward by the Minister for the Department
UK law firm TLT has announced the appointment of Caroline MacLaughlin as a banking and finance partner in Belfast. Joining from Cleaver Fulton Rankin, Ms MacLaughlin specialises in all types of corporate finance, with a particular focus on the real estate, energy and financial services sectors.
UK law firm TLT, with an office in Belfast, has announced an enhancement to its family leave policy as part of the firm’s "progressive and inclusive" working approach. The policy, which takes immediate effect, will see an increase in maternity, adoption and shared parental leave entitlement up
Banking and finance lawyer Nichola Coghlan has joined UK law firm TLT as an associate in its Belfast office. Ms Coghlan, who joins from Tughans, brings experience in secured and unsecured lending, corporate finance, refinance, restructuring, securitisations, invoice and trade finance and banking.
UK law firm TLT has signed the Greener Litigation Pledge as part of its aim to be a net zero business by 2025 and to support its clients with their own sustainability goals. Signatories commit to actively reducing, with a view to minimising, the environmental impacts of litigation in the English and