Mossenson’s long service

IN these days of fickle employees and transient job-hoppers, the Note is always pleased to hear of someone who’s managed to stay with same business for their whole career. So take a bow Dan Mossenson, chairman of partners of Lavan Legal, who this week celebrates 40 years at the firm – or one of its former guises – having started there at the tender age of 21. Back in the late 1960s, Mr Mossenson joined the then Lavan & Walsh and got into conveyancing. The firm later became Lavan Solomon before emerging as Phillips Fox in the mid 1980s. The Lavan name reappeared when the current partnership split from the national grouping. Mr Mossenson is best known for his work in liquor licensing.One of his claims to fame, we are reliably informed, is working on the first tavern licence in Perth, that of Sassella’s Tavern in what was then City Arcade.

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