Appointments: Property expert joins law firm

Property lawyer Brian Green has joined law firm Ward Hadaway.

Mr Green has advised on shopping centre and supermarket developments across the country as well as on multi-million-pound property portfolio acquisitions and management.

He joins Ward Hadaway's Leeds office as a consultant after 15 years as a partner at law firm Hammonds in Leeds.

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Specialist intellectual property law firm Kempner Robinson has appointed two solicitors, Dr Brian Whitehead and Paul Colpitts.

Their appointment follows a year of significant growth

for the Leeds-based firm in its first year of operation during which time Sanjeet Plaha also joined the firm as an assistant solicitor.

Law firm Taylor&Emmet has appointed senior employment law expert Jenny Arrowsmith as an associate.

She specialises in discrimination and equality law which will reinforce the services that Sheffield-based Taylor & Emmet currently offers to its corporate clients.

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Acceleris Marketing Communications has begun 2010 with a trio of promotions to support its continued growth and expansion.

Paul Amourdedieu, moves from senior account director to associate director, while Simon Baylis has been appointed senior account manager. Charley Durham becomes a senior copywriter.

Meanwhile, the PR team in Harrogate has grown with the appointment of Chloe Ingham as account executive.

CB Richard Ellis has strengthened its valuation team with the appointment of Lloyd Nicholson as senior surveyor.

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He joins CBRE's Leeds team from Nottingham City Council where he was estates surveyor, responsible for the council's property portfolio.

Law firm Dickinson Dees has strengthened its pensions team with the appointment of Paul Jackson, bringing the total size of the team to 25.

Mr Jackson joins the York office of Dickinson Dees from Hammonds in Leeds.

Magnomatics, the company that specialises in the development of advanced magnetic transmission systems, has

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hired three new members of staff. Senior design engineer Dr Weiya Wang, mechanical design engineer Lee Chapman and Kelly Rennie, personal assistant to the managing director,

joined the company after it moved to larger premises at Sheffield Technology Parks.

IT specialist Altrigen Solutions has expanded with the

appointment of infrastructure manager Kevin Puckering.

Mr Puckering, previously a director at Huddersfield-based WG&R UK, has worked with a number of blue chip venues including Canary Wharf and Huddersfield University. He will be based at the firm's office in Shipley.