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Brexit man offers advice


The man who first coined the term ‘Brexit’ has joined Midlands law firm FBC Manby Bowdler to offer businesses expert advice on the UK’s withdrawal from the EU. Peter Wilding – a corporate lawyer specialising in EU law and former EU media and policy director for the Conservative Party – has joined the firm as its Brexit adviser. Mr Wilding is officially credited by the Oxford


English Dictionary for first coining the term, which he did back in May 2012, eight months before the then Prime Minister, David Cameron, announced plans for a referendum on the issue. He will now use his expert knowledge to advise


clients across multiple sectors on the implications of Brexit to them and their businesses. Mr Wilding said: “I am delighted to join such a dynamic and forward-thinking firm as FBC Manby Bowdler. “Brexit will not only affect our clients but


most businesses in this vital economic centre of the country. To prepare for the worst and plan for the best scenarios, anyone in agriculture, manufacturing and hospitality needs to ‘Brexitproof’ themselves urgently.”


Law firm brings in


new property partner Ex-Eversheds lawyer Jonathan Wright has joined Birmingham-based law firm Emms Gilmore Liberson (EGL) as a partner in its commercial property team. Mr Wright has acted for local authorities on


town centre regeneration projects and personally handled the original financing of the Ricoh Arena, Coventry. He said: “I am very pleased to be joining EGL


as a partner in its commercial property team during an exciting stage in the firm’s development. As a highly respected law firm known for its experienced professional advice and personal approach, EGL is a perfect fit for my existing clients, both big and small, which is why I made the decision to leave the business I’d been with for over 15 years to join the practice.” Mr Wright will work closely with EGL partner


Mark Dakeyne and the commercial property team in developing the firm’s growing portfolio of clients. Founded in 2011, EGL is ranked highly by


Peter Wilding


leading law publication Legal 500 for its commercial property, property litigation, corporate and commercial, licensing, commercial litigation, tax and probate services.


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