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Southampton: Legal disruptor expands with new appointments and fixed fees

By Dan Teuton
31 May 2018

A fast-growing Hampshire law firm challenging the traditional way legal services are supplied to businesses and entrepreneurs, has staged a thank-you event with a difference for clients.

Southampton-based Hybrid Legal took over the popular Dancing Man Brewery at the medieval Wool House on the city’s Town Quay for an informal beer-tasting event.

Hybrid Legal, founded nearly five years ago by managing director Ryan Lisk to be a disruptive presence in the industry, has a business model involving fixed-fee work for more than 300 businesses in the south.

The expanding firm has just appointed a new member of staff, Taylor Devenport as client partner, identifying legal service needs and providing clients with solutions to obstacles they may be facing.

He said: “I am confident in dealing with the complex issues that clients currently face. My knowledge of commercial, corporate, employment and IP matters allows me to assist clients and achieve the exceptional results that they desire.”

He joins an extensive and diverse team with wide-ranging expertise across many fields at the city centre-headquartered firm.

Hybrid is also seeking to employ another client partner to help deal with a burgeoning workload following a very good start to the year.

From left: managing director Ryan Lisk, director Alan Reid, client partner Jon Craddock, office manager Anita Rouget and newest member of staff, client partner Taylor Devenport

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