Abrahams quits LLM for Ofcom
FD-LLM is to part company with yet another of its senior staffers, with partner David Abrahams the latest lobbyist to head for the exit door.
Abrahams is quitting public affairs altogether and will take a policy-focused role at Ofcom, working within its investigations team.
Abrahams joined LLM in 1999 and has experience in the fields of telecommunications, IT and utilities regulation. He has also worked for Labour Friends of Israel.
Co-founder Jon Mendelsohn, partner Ben Abbotts and MD Craig Leviton have all left FD-LLM this year. Mendelsohn is now director of general election resources at the Labour Party, Abbotts is senior associate at public affairs agency The Policy Partnership and Leviton is corporate affairs director at gambling giant Gala Coral.
FD-LLM formed in 2005 when FD acquired Lawson Lucas Mendelsohn. LLM’s founders, Neal Lawson, Ben Lucas and Mendelsohn, were former advisers to Tony Blair.
This article was first published on PR Week UK
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