Mohindra Maini was started 18 years ago by Sunil Mohindra and his wife Meera Maini in the City of Manchester. The practice specialises in commercial work including mergers, acquisitions and sales, banking, inward and outward investment, litigation and property transactions.
Sunil says, “The move to incorporating the Mohindra Maini practice into Slater Heelis brings a well -established and respected law firm’s extensive range of services to our current clients. I am also pleased that the entire team of Mohindra Maini will be working within the new practice.
Chris Bishop, Managing Partner of Slater Heelis says, “We’re delighted to announce that Sunil, Meera and the full team have agreed to join forces with Slater Heelis. Sunil and his team have a fantastic reputation in Manchester. Their expertise, clients and contacts when added to Slater Heelis’ full service offering in Manchester and South Manchester will create an even stronger practice.”
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- Sunil Mohindra graduated from Imperial College London with an Honours Degree in Physics in 1976, then in 1980 qualified as a solicitor. He also qualified as an insurance broker and was a partner in his father’s insurance broking business.
- Sunil Mohindra is a past-President of TiE Manchester – the international entrepreneur network and in 2011 he was appointed to the Global Board of TiE in Silicon Valley.
- Slater Heelis LLP is a well-respected, full service law firm based in South Manchester and Manchester city centre that has been awarded Lexcel, the national Law Society’s quality mark, for 11 years running. With origins dating back to 1773, Slater Heelis LLP now employs over 120 people who offer legal expertise to commercial and private clients across the fields of employment, property, corporate and commercial, dispute resolution, family, personal injury, conveyancing and wills and trusts. Slater Heelis LLP works with a diverse client base that includes sports personalities, entrepreneurs, national PLC’s, local government and not-for profit organisations.