Published: 04 November 2022 by Paula Kioko
Recent findings from research directories, The Legal 500 and Chambers & Partners confirms that Poppleston Allen Solicitors is ranked as the top licensing law firm in England and Wales, reinforcing its position at the top of the licensing industry.
In The Legal 500, the firm has again ranked Tier 1 for licensing in both the East Midlands and London. The directory also recognised Lisa Sharkey and Graeme Cushion as ‘Leading Individuals’, with Jonathan Smith and Lisa Inzani recognised in the ‘Hall of Fame’ category.
At the same time, associate solicitor, David Inzani has been recognised as a ‘Rising Star’. Gaming and betting partner, Richard Bradley and solicitor, Imogen Moss were ranked as ‘Recommended Individuals’, with the firm’s gambling team (led by partner, Nick Arron) ranked Tier 2 in both the East Midlands and London.
Similarly, the Chambers and Partners lists Poppleston Allen as Band 1 for licensing in both London and The Regions. The number of ranked solicitors brings the total to 7, with three holding a Band 1 ranking and one, Lisa Sharkey, holding the prestigious Star Individual accolade.
Poppleston Allen’s managing partner, Lisa Sharkey commented: “A fantastic set of rankings for our licensing team, which demonstrates how much time, effort and passion each member of the Poppleston Allen family puts into establishing strong client relationships and providing excellent service. I am also very happy that this year the directories have acknowledged the contributions of Imogen, David, and Richard who are without doubt future stars of the sector.”
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