Hägen Wolf has arrived

Hägen Wolf has arrived

This article was published on: 13th January 2019

Boutique law firm, Hägen Wolf has launched today.   Hägen Wolf is a law firm based in Leeds and London specialising exclusively in property litigation.  The firm is trading from offices at One Park Row, Leeds and St Pancras Square, London and acts for a wide range of businesses and individuals across the UK and overseas, including some household names.

Founding partner, Matt Pugh said

“This is an exciting day; the culmination of years of meticulous planning.  We have a bold, unique but well-tested vision, built upon a loyal and growing referrer base and some great clients.  It is day one and we already have over 80 live cases on our books and mediations and court hearings in the diary.  We have some amazing and high profile clients onboard and even more in the pipeline, including a number of major transport operators. Our aim is to become the leading property litigation boutique in the UK within 10 years as judged by market perception and client satisfaction and the leading such firm outside London within 5 years.  I am lucky to be working with a wonderful group of people and we are actively recruiting and building new strategic relationships.  I would like to thank all those clients, referrers, suppliers and others who have stood by me over the years, without which none of this would be possible.  Thank you so much.  We are going to build something special which can be passed onto the next generation of lawyers and make a few waves on the way.”

The firm is employing a number of innovative measures, including a market disrupting employee package and the use of Net Promoter Scores to objectively measure client satisfaction and to benchmark both the firm and individual lawyers against popular brands such as Apple, Tesla and John Lewis.   A spirit of a collaboration and entrepreneurship is also deeply embedded in the firm’s DNA.  The firm’s lawyers love collaborating with other firms and lawyers for mutual benefit bringing together teams of expertise from different firms, breaking through the walls of traditional practice and rivalry.  The key question is always, how can we best serve the client.

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