We welcome new partners Pia Dalziel, Angela Byrne & Simon Braun

ebl miller rosenfalck are delighted to announce the appointment of three new partners in the Corporate and in the Dispute Resolution teams.

are all promoted to the partnership with effect from 1st May 2015.

Managing Partner Emmanuelle Ries commented: “These appointments are hugely significant and encouraging in the development of our firm’s service offering to clients for various reasons.

Pia Dalziel joined us as a trainee in October 2008 with the determination to qualify both as a Danish lawyer and as an English solicitor. She is now a trusted, rigorous and inventive corporate and commercial transactions lawyer.  Her promotion recognises that the core of our work is developing, especially in international trade-related corporate and commercial legal services.

Simon Braun and Angela Byrne joined us in early 2014, setting up our St Albans branch office and leading ebl miller rosenfalck’s BBMR department, with its focus and reputation in the social housing sector. As a result, we act for a wider range of local authorities, housing associations and commercial clients – as was our aim at the time of their recruitment.  Their success in delivering BBMR’s services and its growth within our burgeoning Dispute Resolution team reflects our clients’ demand for highly specialised and value for money services.”


This announcement builds on the recent announcement of the firm’s creation of the ebl cross-border joint venture with partner firms in Germany:  ebl factum rechtsanwälte (Frankfurt) and ebl esch&kramer (Düsseldorf).

ebl miller rosenfalck is a European law firm providing a full range of commercial legal services to midsized businesses in the UK and across Europe. The firm, with 9 partners and 8 lawyers in London, is one of the leading European business law specialists. It has specific Danish, French, German and Swedish law capability with dual qualified lawyers advising in their mother-tongue in its City office.

The main work of the firm is in the field of outward investments (exports) from the UK and inward investments to the UK including business migration, employment, as well as significant cross-border commercial disputes and international corporate transactions. Main industry sectors are: Creative Industries, Energy& Renewables and Hospitality & Leisure.

For further information, please contact Emmanuelle Ries.