Trowers begins investigation after senior associate is cleared of groping allegations

Commercial property lawyer found not guilty to sexual assault charge

A Trowers & Hamlins senior associate has been found not guilty after facing charges of sexually assaulting an off-duty police officer.

Simon Bryning, a commercial property lawyer based in the firm’s London office, was accused of groping the woman on a train from Euston to Milton Keynes in January 2017, but was cleared after pleading not guilty to the charges.

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