Business Solicitors

Having confidence in your legal advice means you can concentrate on what matters most. Growing your business.
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Business Solicitors

Think the law should work for, not against you? We agree.


Our Civil Litigation Department works to help commercial and private clients who have found themselves embroiled in a dispute. From debt recovery, partnership, and contract & building disputes, to personal injury, insolvency, employment and landlord & tenant related matters. We specialise in dispute resolution and consider the commercial and financial issues at stake, as well as providing advice on the legal position. Our aim is always to help our clients achieve the best result possible.

Business Solicitors

Corporate Law

Our corporate law department has assisted thousands of companies, providing best value legal advice and solutions to ensure that clients achieve their business goals. From employment contracts and disputes through to mediation and company take-overs, buy outs & mergers, business litigation and business insolvency. We’re renowned for our considerable experience, usually only found within city centre corporate law practices.

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