Poppleston Allen adds to its alcohol licensing specialists as Trainee Solicitor qualifies.
Poppleston Allen is delighted to announce that Trainee Solicitor, David Inzani, has completed his training contract with the firm and has now taken on the role of Licensing Solicitor.
David will join the team headed by Partner and joint Head of the London office, Clare Eames, working on alcohol licensing issues for clients such as Stonegate Pub Company, Draft House and Selfridges. And although David will be based in the firm’s London office, he will be working nationally.
Jonathan Smith, Managing Partner at Poppleston Allen comments: “I’m really pleased for David. He has worked hard over the last 18 months and richly deserves his Solicitor role. And I know that all the Partners extend a warm welcome to him, too.”
He continues: “This is a very exciting time in our 25 year history which is seeing growth year-on-year; and to meet the licensing demands this creates we are continuing to recruit the best talent as we see our Solicitors as the future of our firm.”
This appointment now takes the number of alcohol, gaming and regulatory Licensing Solicitors at Poppleston Allen to 16 – more than any other licensing law firm in the UK.
And this news comes just months after Poppleston Allen was confirmed as the only licensing law firm in England and Wales to top legal directory rankings in two locations, these being London and the Regions.
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