EAST Anglian law firm Prettys has expanded its dispute resolution department with the appointment of a litigation specialist.Solicitor Ian Seeley worked for 11 years in the public sector before joining the firm's Ipswich office.
EAST Anglian law firm Prettys has expanded its dispute resolution department with the appointment of a litigation specialist.
Solicitor Ian Seeley worked for 11 years in the public sector before joining the firm's Ipswich office. He specialises in representing clients in all types of courts and tribunals.
He previously worked for Ipswich Borough Council where he led a team of lawyers specialising in litigation and licensing. During that time, he also carried out work for a number of other organisations in Suffolk, including Suffolk Constabulary, Orwell Housing Association, Mid Suffolk District Council, Suffolk Coastal District Council and St Edmundsbury Borough Council.
Mr Seeley also worked for Nottinghamshire Police for seven years, dealing primarily with civil actions against the police and with licensing law.
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He holds Higher Court Rights for Civil Proceedings and has extensive experience as an advocate in magistrates' court for both criminal and civil proceedings and county courts.
He is an expert in the Licensing Act 2003, and is the author of commentaries for Patersons Licensing Acts and Stones Justices Manual. He also has extensive experience of ASBO applications and other anti-social behaviour proceedings.
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