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Alan Dring quits Goldsmith Williams

After just four months Goldsmith Williams’ sales and marketing director Alan Dring is leaving the firm.

Prior to joining the solicitors Dring worked at rival firm eConveyancer.

Dring says: “I have a lot of options and am keen to stay in the industry as a consultant based on 38 years experience.

“I’ve had many conversations over the past few days and wish Goldsmith Williams the best in the future.”

A release from the firm acknowledges that Dring is looking at other opportunities within the market.

Eddie Goldsmith, senior partner at Goldsmith Williams, adds: “We’re sorry that our working relationship with Dring did not work out as either of us had hoped it would, but we wish Dring well for the future.”

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