Sterling recruits in-house lawyer

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Ms May - who has previously been a partner at Reed Smith and DWF - has been tasked with supporting the claims team in her role as commercial dispute resolution specialist. 

Sterling said she would provide immediate advice on all critical contentious issues, as well as educate the claims and underwriting teams on "key legal developments". 

Head of property and liability claims at Sterling, Garry Simmons, said: "Her depth of experience will ensure early and pro-active advice, cost certainty and a

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