MKB Law and McAlinden Solicitors Announce Merger

Published 17 October 2016

Leading city-centre law firm, MKB Law, are set to expand their Great Victoria Street practice by merging with debt recovery specialists, McAlinden Solicitors.

The merge is part of MKB Law’s ongoing expansion strategy which has already seen the appointment of internationally-experienced legal executive, Phoungwattey Kemnay.

This latest announcement by MKB Law demonstrates an active and positive response to the ever-evolving demands of clients, with the addition of a dedicated debt recovery team further enhancing the range of legal services offered by the firm.

Gordon McElroy & David McAlinden

McAlinden Solicitors, headed by David McAlinden, bring with them over 20 years experience in the specialist areas of debt recovery, personal and corporate insolvency. David and his team have established close links with both the Association of Credit Professionals and the Chartered Institute of Credit Management.

Announcing the merger, Gordon McElroy, Director of MKB Law commented: “We are pleased to welcome David and his team to MKB Law in what is a natural coming together of two like-minded businesses. The combined strengths of both teams will enable MKB Law to expand our portfolio of legal services in order to support our client’s interests.”

David McAlinden further comments: “McAlinden Solicitors have always believed in continued growth; and the time is now right to take that to the next stage by joining forces with MKB Law. The move will ultimately provide us with the ideal platform to extend our legal services to a vast range of clients and sectors.

“MKB Law have an enviable position within the legal sector; offering a full spectrum of services backed by professionalism and commitment to client care – and we are delighted to be part of that team.”

The merge will take effect from Monday 17th October. David will join MKB Law as a Director, and will bring along with him his 3 person legal support team.

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