New partners at Ironmonger Curtis

5th March 2018

Commercial and employment law specialist Ironmonger Curtis has rewarded two key staff with promotion to partnership level.

Commercial litigation specialist Ben Ironmonger joined the firm in 2008 and has a broad range of experience in dealing with commercial, corporate and intellectual property law cases, as well as dispute resolution. Employment lawyer Toby Pochron works with SME employers to help them manage employee issues and business restructures and also provides practical advice to help them achieve change. He joined the firm in 2013 advises on discrimination, unfair dismissal and disciplinaries. Toby is also a keen advocate and has experience in advising national trade unions in the rail and mining industry. Expertise at Ironmonger Curtis stretches from UK employment and human resources law, business, litigation and commercial property to dental. Commented founding partner Trevor Ironmonger: -The promotion of Toby and Ben is testament to the valuable specialist contributions they make to the firm and the important roles they will play in our future success. Now in its 14th year, the Sheffield firm is going from strength to strength. It recently expanded its team with the arrival of David Young as an associate in the corporate commercial department and Bernadette Horan has joined the commercial property team as a senior solicitor.

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