Posted Monday 8th January 2024
Joelson, the leading West End London law firm, announces today it is bolstering its Employment practice with the hire of Jonathan Bruck, as Partner and Co-Head of the team.
Jonathan brings over two decades of Employment experience to Joelson, having regularly advised national corporate clients, larger SMEs (small and medium-sized enterprises) and charities on all aspects of contentious and non-contentious employment matters. He also advises individuals at the senior executive and board levels.
Founded in 1956, Joelson now offers an extensive suite of legal services including Employment and Immigration, Corporate, Property and Litigation, to clients across many sectors.
Jonathan works with clients across a range of industry sectors. The hire of Jonathan will complement the leisure, hospitality and technology sectors that Joelson already operates in. Together with Employment Partner, Jennifer Maxwell-Harris, who has been at Joelson since 2007, Jonathan will head up the firm’s Employment Practice.
Phil Hails-Smith, Managing Partner at Joelson, says:
“We are delighted that Jonathan is joining our Employment team as a Partner and co-Head of the team. The Employment team at Joelson has gone from strength to strength over the last few years. Their growth as a team reflects the exceptional standard of service they provide and feedback they receive from clients. Jonathan’s joining reflects the Firm’s continued ambition and ability to attract top”.
Jonathan, Partner (Employment) at Joelson, says:
“This is such an exciting time to join Joelson. I am pleased to be starting a new chapter in my career at a dynamic and forward-thinking firm that puts its people, planet and profit on an equal footing. The Joelson Employment team is already very strong and I look forward to supporting its continued growth going forward”.
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