Bevan Brittan LLP has expanded its capability advising on commercial and property disputes with another senior appointment.

Cynyr Rhys joins as a senior associate based in Bevan Brittan’s Birmingham offices. He is a specialist in commercial and property litigation, and helping both public and private sector clients reach commercial and cost effective solutions to a variety of disputes.

He was previously an associate at Anthony Collins Solicitors LLP in the city and has a law degree from Aberystwyth University.

He has substantial experience in diverse sectors, particularly within the public and third sectors – including local government, health bodies, housing associations and charities. He has also advised on a wide range of disputes, including contractual issues, landlord and tenant disputes, land disputes, defamation and judicial review.

Cynyr Rhys said: “I am very excited about joining Bevan Brittan. The firm has an excellent reputation in the marketplace, and I look forward to working alongside a strong and dedicated team in supporting existing and new clients in the region and nationally.”

Other recent appointments to Bevan Brittan’s Birmingham office include:

In 2017/18, Bevan Brittan recorded a strong financial performance with revenues up for the sixth year in succession. Turnover in the year was £44.0 million - up 12 percent (2016/17 - £39.2 million).

Mark Robertson, partner in Bevan Brittan’s property department, said: “I am delighted that Cynyr is joining our team here in Birmingham. He is a welcome addition to our growing legal capability and brings with him considerable experience that will provide our clients with added depths of expertise and a commitment to excellent client service.

“Our team of commercial dispute resolution lawyers is one of the most highly regarded teams in the country. We blend technical excellence with local and market knowledge – particularly in the growing property sector here in the Midlands – and also bring a clear, commercial focus to helping our clients achieve their objectives.”