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Employment law offering strengthened at Ironmonger Curtis

Toby Pochron and Danny Smith

Specialist commercial law firm Ironmonger Curtis has promoted to head of Employment, and has increased its ranks in welcoming solicitor to the team.

The Sheffield firm has strengthened its employment law offering by recruiting litigation specialist Danny Smith from Gordons LLP based in & .

Danny, originally from Sheffield, practised at Gordons for over four years acting for a broad range of national and clients across key sectors including , healthcare, and engineering.

Danny has over seven years’ worth of legal experience gained within Yorkshire.

Danny said:“After some time working away from Sheffield I am pleased to have joined Ironmonger Curtis; a forward thinking firm that is a trusted advisor within the business community.

“It is an exciting time to be joining the firm, which has a strong ethos of providing clear commercial advice and obtaining results.  I look forward to assisting Toby to provide a down to earth service in an environment where relationships with the firm’s clients are highly valued.”

, founding member of the firm, said: “Since joining the firm in 2014 Toby has demonstrated an excellent level of ability, professionalism and drive to grow both the Employment Law offering and the firm as a whole.

“Toby was an obvious choice to head up the department following the planned retirement from the business of Jon Curtis earlier this month. Danny’s skills and enthusiasm will only complement the current offering within the department.”

Following the recent incorporation of the firm, and the promotion and addition of key fee earners, the future certainly looks positive as Ironmonger Curtis continues to expand and develop its services across the region.

 

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