Pictured are MD Law founder Matthew Dixon with new England cricket captain Joe Root opening the practice’s new offices in Sheffield
New England cricket captain Joe Root has helped Sheffield corporate law firm MD Law move into new offices in the city.
Joe, 26, began his playing career at Sheffield Collegiate Cricket Club (SCCC) where MD Law founder Matthew Dixon has been first team captain for the last ten years.
“We were delighted when Joe agreed to help us open our new offices,” said Matthew, who is also a playing member of the MCC and Chairman of the MCC’s Players and Fixtures Sub-Committee.
“I’ve known Joe since he first started at SCCC and could not be more proud that he’s now followed in the footsteps of another Club old boy Michael Vaughan to become England captain. I’m sure he will make a superb leader of the national side.”
Matthew founded the niche business practice nearly two years ago. MD Law specializes in business recovery, insolvency, commercial litigation, dispute resolution and debt recovery.
The four-strong team has now moved into larger offices on Broomhall Road to accommodate future expansion plans. “Over the last 18 months we could not have wished for any more support from the business community,” said Matthew.
“We have maintained a commitment to deliver a distinctly responsive and personal service to clients and that has really paid off to the point where we are now looking to expand the team.”
MD Law acts for and advises insolvency professionals, businesses and individuals across the country.