Pro­mo­tions for quar­tet at DWF

Yorkshire Post - Business - - BUSINESS -

IN­TER­NA­TIONAL LE­GAL busi­ness DWF has an­nounced four se­nior an­nual pro­mo­tions within its Leeds of­fice, in­clud­ing a new part­ner.

The new part­ner is in­fra­struc­ture and projects lawyer Chris­tian Hell­mund, who spe­cialises in en­ergy law, re­new­able en­er­gies and tech­nolo­gies and waste and in­fra­struc­ture projects.

In­sur­ance spe­cial­ist Amanda Stipetic and costs spe­cial­ist Lionel Mar­cus have now been pro­moted to di­rec­tor level and spe­cial­ist lit­i­ga­tion lawyer Du­raid Al-Mu­saied has been pro­moted to man­ager.

Nic Crocker, ex­ec­u­tive part­ner at DWF in Leeds, com­mented: “This is a well-de­served recog­ni­tion of the achieve­ments of Chris­tian, Amanda, Lionel and Du­raid who have demon­strated a huge amount of hard work and com­mit­ment.

“We place a strong fo­cus on nur­tur­ing tal­ent and be­lieve in the im­por­tance of recog­nis­ing the wide range of con­tri­bu­tions that our peo­ple make to DWF.

“Each of them has made a re­ally strong con­tri­bu­tion to the de­vel­op­ment of the Leeds of­fice and con­tinue to de­liver out­stand­ing ser­vice to our clients across the re­gion and far be­yond.”

DWF in Leeds has around 274 em­ploy­ees and acts for a num­ber of clients in­clud­ing Tesco, Catalina and Mo­tor In­sur­ers’ Bureau.

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