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3rd August 2017

Mundays has promoted several staff into new roles within their practices areas.

Gavin Partridge joined Mundays in 2015 and has been promoted to Partner within the commercial property team. He is a specialist in commercial property matters including landlord and tenant, property investment and asset management.

Howard White has been promoted to Senior Associate within the corporate and commercial team. Howard’s work covers a full range of corporate transactions including mergers and acquisitions, business sales and joint ventures as well as general corporate governance, compliance and procedural issues.

Georgina Mercer has been promoted to Associate within the corporate and commercial team. Her work advises on most types of commercial agreements, including software, goods and services, standard terms and conditions, distribution, agency and outsourcing contracts. Georgina has a particular interest in Intellectual Property and Information Technology.

Robert Salek has been promoted to Associate within the dispute resolution team. Robert holds dual qualification in Australia and the UK and advises both corporate and individual clients on their commercial disputes.

Commenting on the promotions, Valerie Toon, Managing Partner said: “We are pleased to reward these individuals with promotions. These are four young and ambitious lawyers and we wish them every success in developing their careers at Mundays”.

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