Pinsent Masons has won a second term on Manchester United's legal panel. Pinsents has held a panel role to advise the football club on data protection and employment law since 2008, with the appointment now extended for a further two years. Brabners Chaffe Street is also understood to have been retained on the panel after first being appointed in 2008 to advise on dispute resolution, real estate and some aspects of commercial law. The other firms to take panel roles in 2008 were Beachcroft, Halliwells and Wiggin.
Pinsent Masons has won a second term on Manchester United's legal panel. Pinsents has held a panel role to advise the football club on data protection and employment law since 2008, with the appointment...
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