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Griffin joins MJM law firm as new associate

Commercial litigator Dan Griffin has joined the law firm MJM Limited’s dispute resolution team as an associate.

Mr Griffin qualified in England and Wales in 2015.

Before joining MJM, he practised in the UK, having most recently worked at Tozers LLP, where he specialised in banking and corporate/commercial litigation matters.

His broad experience includes acting for clients in disputes relating to contractual, shareholder and director, fraud, banking and financial, IT and intellectual property, and data security/GDPR compliance.

Mr Griffin said: “I am very happy to be joining the team at MJM and am looking forward to this new chapter in my career”.

Jennifer Haworth, director and head of the dispute resolution team at MJM, said: “We are pleased to welcome Dan to the firm. He is an established attorney with a consistent and proven record of achievements and we are certain that the addition of his experience and knowledge will further enhance our offering to our clients.”

Commercial litigator Dan Griffin has joined the law firm MJM Limited’s dispute resolution team as an associate

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Published November 29, 2021 at 5:10 pm (Updated November 29, 2021 at 5:59 pm)

Griffin joins MJM law firm as new associate

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