Dan Banks, Trowers & Hamlins, P, Trowers & Hamlins

Dan Banks has rejoined Trowers & Hamlins as a partner in Manchester. Credit: Trowers & Hamlins

Trowers & Hamlins welcomes Manchester partner

Dan Banks returns to the law firm from Fieldfisher, joining the property litigation team.

He rejoins Trowers having previously had a spell at the firm from 2017 to 2019, and will be based in the Manchester office.

Previously based in London, in early 2020 Banks relocated to set-up Fieldfisher’s Manchester property litigation team taking on the role of lead property litigator.

Before his first spell at Trowers, Banks was a solicitor at Ashurst, and has 14 years of experience in advising on disputes. Much of this experience relates to the acquisition, disposal, development, and management of real estate.

Banks’ national practice has a focus on landlord and tenant matters, and when necessary, handling complex disputes for developers, investors, and occupiers.

Manchester head of office and head of real estate sector, Suzanne Benson, said: “We are delighted to have Dan re-join Trowers with us here in Manchester.

“The breadth of his experience in property litigation issues is a real asset to the firm and he really compliments our wider real estate team both in Manchester and nationally.

“We are looking to forward to working with him again and having him as part of our growing Manchester based team.”

Banks added: “It’s great to be back at Trowers, and particularly in the property team at the Manchester office.

“The office’s renown has grown massively in my time away and I am excited to be coming back and do my part to help with its growth, that of the property sector and the broader firm overall.”

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