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Spratt Endicott and Alfred Truman merge

Plan to invest in technology, processes and training 

1 October 2014

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By Manju Manglani, Editor (@ManjuManglani)

UK law firms Spratt Endicott Solicitors and Alfred Truman Solicitors have today announced that they have merged.

Spratt Endicott will retain its existing trading name in its Banbury and Brackley offices, while the newly-merged offices in both Bicester and Buckingham will be known as Spratt Endicott Truman Solicitors.

The new full-service firm, which covers the Oxfordshire, Northamptonshire and Buckinghamshire areas, will have a combined turnover of £6m and plans to achieve annual growth of 15 per cent.

"This merger is between two established law firms who want to work together in offering clients a broader range of expertise and improved access to that expertise," said John Spratt, name partner at Spratt Endicott.

"Our vision is to maintain and grow our reputation as a respected law firm delivering personalised legal services."

The firm has said it will be investing in further technology, improved processes and ongoing training of staff.

Spratt Endicott was created in May 2002 by demerging from Shoosmiths, which first started the Banbury practice in 1955. Alfred Truman Solicitors has been established for over 100 years and its main office is in Bicester.



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