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    Ian joined Ellisons in January 2018 as an Associate in the Dispute Resolution team, specialising in construction and regulatory law.  He was promoted to Partner in 2020.

    Areas of Specialism

    • Construction law, particularly construction disputes, including adjudication, arbitration, mediation (and other forms of ADR) and litigation.
    • Regulatory law, including advising and representing clients in respect of investigations and prosecutions in matters such as:
    • Health & Safety breaches (whether investigated by the Health & Safety Executive or local authorities)
    • Environmental law breaches, including noise nuisance, pollution, controlled waste matters and wildlife offences
    • Licensing law, including matters such as:
    • Licensing Act 2003 licences: pubs, nightclubs, members’ clubs and restaurants
    • Taxi and private hire vehicle licensing
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    Career overview

    Ian graduated from the University of Nottingham and completed his LPC at the College of Law in London. He was a trainee solicitor at the Crown Prosecution Service, before working in the public sector, for local authorities and a police force, for 11 years. Ian entered the private sector in 2007, joining a Suffolk-based firm specialising in construction, regulatory, licensing and general commercial litigation.

    Ian is a member of the Society of Construction Law; and a co-opted member of the Suffolk Joint Construction Committee, a cross-disciplinary, built environment forum seeking to promote the interests of the Suffolk construction sector locally, regionally and nationally.

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    Outside the office

    Ian is a keen cyclist, particularly mountain biking. Ian has organised various bike-related sponsored events, often involving unwilling colleagues on the back of his tandem. Ian is a former contributor to two legal publications, namely Paterson’s Licensing Acts (2005) and Stone’s Justices’ Manual (2007).

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