We work with companies, LLPs and partnerships of all sizes, across a variety of sectors.
We advise on management buy ins and buy outs, corporate finance, mergers, acquisitions, banking and refinancing, directors' duties, bonds, share issues and corporate ownership.
We advise on corporate and personal insolvencies including liquidation, administration (including pre-packs), receivership, voluntary arrangements and bankruptcy.
Our clients include insolvency practitioners, lenders, companies, LLPs and partnerships of all sizes.
We handle all aspects of commercial litigation and business disputes.
We advise on cases concerning breaches of contract, general, professional and medical negligence, fraud, shareholder and partnership disputes, banking and property disputes.
We provide a full range of property law services.
We advise on purchases and disposals, leases, trusts and property finance.
We take time to understand your needs so that we can provide cost effective and practical solutions for your property issues.
We represent employers and employees on all employment issues.
Our work takes us into the Employment Tribunal and Employment Appeals Tribunal specialising in claims of Unfair Dismissal and complex Discrimination matters.
We also provide corporate support and advice on TUPE.
We advise on all areas of family law, especially in divorce and its financial consequences.
We specialise in dealing with high value, complex divorces with assets ranging from business interests and properties through to trusts.
We also work with couples requiring pre-nuptial agreements.
We provide a full range of employment and HR services including retained packages and insurance cover to the education sector.
Our expert solicitors advise schools, academies and colleges on day to day HR issues as well as providing employment law advice on issues such as discrimination and unfair dismissal.


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