Kent and Sussex-based law firm, asb law, has today announced its latest round of partner promotions.
Debbie Venn, “one to watch” in the world of intellectual property and information technology according to the leading legal directories, is an established member of the firm and will continue to head up the firm’s Technology, Media and Telecommunications (TMT) team. Having joined asb law in 2001, Debbie’s specialist areas of knowledge include intellectual property rights and licensing, contractual relationships, information technology and e-commerce with particular expertise in the travel industry. Debbie is described by clients as their “go to” lawyer who praise her for her strong communication skills and ability to explain complex technical matters.
Ellen Lambert, a private client lawyer specialising in trusts, joined the firm in 2011 and has considerable experience of general private client work including wills, estate planning and administration for high net worth individuals. Recognised for delivering exceptional service, Ellen leads the firm’s private client offering across both its Crawley and Maidstone offices.
Chris Worthington joined asb law in late 2012 from a niche commercial property firm based in London. Chris provides a high quality service to some of the firm’s largest property investor and commercial real estate clients. He also plays a key part in asb law’s service to clients in the banking sector, offering secured lending services to some if its key players.
Commenting on the promotions, Russell Bell, asb law’s senior partner said: “It’s an exciting time for asb law. The development of our people is a key strand of our business strategy and a vital enabler in achieving our vision of being the law firm that clients would design. As valuable members of the team, Debbie, Ellen and Chris are all highly regarded in their respective fields – their promotions are thoroughly deserved and, on behalf of the firm, colleagues and clients alike, I congratulate all three of them.”