New expertise at Ironmonger Curtis

30th January 2018

Business law specialist Ironmonger Curtis welcomes 2018 with growth.

The niche Sheffield firm is extending its range of expertise with two senior lawyers. David Young is welcomed as an associate in the corporate commercial department and Bernadette Horan has joined the commercial property team as a senior consultant solicitor. A lawyer for nine years, David honed his expertise in the commercial team of a Legal 500-ranked top tier firm in Suffolk. -Sheffield is a buoyant and vibrant city and Ironmonger Curtis is a trusted legal advisor to a strong business community. I have a passion for finding solutions for clients and am delighted to join a team with a great commercial reputation, commented David, a keen hill walker also looking forward to exploring the Peak District. Bernadette Horan has over 20 years' experience, gathered in London with a large commercial firm and in Sheffield as partner at a leading national law firm. She has acted for major construction and pension fund clients and SMEs. -I am pleased to be joining a firm with the vision and ethos of Ironmonger Curtis. I'm looking forward to adding my experience to a strong team, said Bernadette, who enjoys hill-walking, live music and sport. Ironmonger Curtis Law's expertise includes employment law, business, litigation and commercial property. Commented founding partner Trevor Ironmonger: -Having David and Bernadette in the team takes us to a new level In our 14th year of business. They have a wealth of expertise and experience and we are confident they will each play an important part in our future success.

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