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Christopher Davidson Solicitors congratulates their employment solicitor David Bloxham on his appointment as Chairman of Cheltenham Town Football Club

A solid draw away to Crewe Alexandria marked the opening of the “Robins” campaign in League One. It was also the first fixture following the recent appointment of Christopher Davidson’s own David Bloxham as Chairman of the club. It further strengthens Christopher Davidson Solicitors’ connection with Cheltenham Town FC, already having existing close ties through the provision of legal services and as a matchday sponsor.

David qualified as a Solicitor in 1985 having studied law at Nottingham Trent University. Joining Christopher Davidson Solicitors in 2016, David is a specialist Employment Lawyer and member of the Employment Lawyers Association. David advises Employees and Employers across a broad range of contentious and non-contentious areas of Employment Law. Through David’s work Christopher Davidson Solicitors help clients to navigate the employment law minefield by providing hands on support and bespoke advice at sensible commercial rates to both individuals and businesses of all sizes across Gloucestershire.

Andrew Raistrick, Partner at Christopher Davidson says:

“Last season we were thrilled by the success of Cheltenham Town, becoming League Two Champions despite the challenges of the Coronavirus pandemic. We are proud that David’s qualities which we see day in and day out in his work here at Christopher Davidson, have also been recognized by Cheltenham Town Football Club in their appointment of David as Chairman. We are sure that the “Robins” will go from strength to strength under David’s chairmanship and all the Partners and Staff at Christopher Davidson Solicitors wish the team every success for the season ahead.”


For more information about Employment matters, please contact David Bloxham at db@cdlaw.co.uk.

 

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