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VERISONA Law in Portsmouth has made changes to its management, with chief executive officer, Vincent Denham, leaving the firm to pursue challenges elsewhere.

Mike Dyer, director and head of Verisona’s commercial team, said: ‘Over the last few years, Vincent has been instrumental in introducing many excellent changes into the firm, which have firmly set us on a road to the next level.

‘We now have a real presence, and have become the “go to” law firm in the region.

‘We are absolutely committed to ensuring that progress continues.

‘We will be appointing someone to embrace our vision of a modern, forward-thinking, law firm delivering high quality legal services in what is a rapidly evolving and competitive market place.’