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Professional and understanding employment solicitor January 2020

Having use Paul for the first time. I found his professional manner and understanding was very reassuring.
We discussed the issues and carried them out to the best confidentiality procedures and concluded a quick result.

Mr Mcloughlin
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10 January 2020
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