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Fraser Brown expands its employment team

Fraser Brown Solicitors has added to its employment team with the appointment of Maz Dannourah who has joined the Nottingham office as an associate.

In his new position, Maz will be dealing with all forms of employment law for businesses and individuals including producing contracts, dealing with employment disputes and contractual claims as well as settlement agreements, amongst other sensitive issues.

Maz, who is relocating to Nottingham from Lincolnshire, joins Fraser Brown from Roythornes Solicitors, where he dealt with a range of employment matters as well as civil litigation and breach of contract claims.

A specialist in employment law, Maz brings 10 years of experience to Fraser Brown and will be working alongside partner John Buchanan, who heads up the employment team.

Maz said: “I am proud to be joining such an established and well-respected law firm in Nottingham. It’s an excellent opportunity not only for my career but also having studied for my postgraduate law degree at Nottingham Trent University, it’s fantastic that I get the chance to work on familiar soil, I really like the diversity of the city and county.

“Fraser Brown is well known across the East Midlands region and I’m looking forward to working with John on further building our employment law offer and to be a part of the firm’s wider growth strategy.”

Maz has advised on tribunal and court proceedings and other non-contentious employment matters during his impressive career and has developed an expertise of TUPE (Transfer of Undertakings Protection of Employment) and HR policies and procedures.

John Buchanan at Fraser Brown, said: “We continue to see a great demand for our employment services and Maz’s appointment shows our intent to grow our team and only hire people of the very highest calibre.

“Maz has extensive experience of employment law and he will be a real asset to the team as well as a great fit into the culture of Fraser Brown. I’m pleased to welcome Maz back to Nottingham and to Fraser Brown.”

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