Every business would love to have an in-house lawyer, trusted to assist in reducing risks and managing costs but that aspiration isn’t always possible. We offer our “Your In House Legal” service to provide this support in a cost-effective and flexible manner.
Your In House Legal harnesses our experience, business understanding and expertise to deliver succinct legal advice tailored to your appetite for risk. We can support your business in the following areas:
- Contracts and deals
- Board support
- Compliance and regulation
- Corporate governance
- Managing people
Experience and expertise – You will have direct access to a nominated and experienced business lawyer who takes time to understand your business, your commercial aims and your appetite for risk. They will deliver advice in that context to help build the relationship, backed by a team with a full range of business legal skills.
Consistency and flexibility – You get to know the lawyer allocated to you and they get to know you and your team. We provide a flexible resource to cover the peaks and troughs of your demands and specific projects, including secondments or working from your premises when required.
Future proofing your business – We deliver legal updates and training to ensure that you’re on top of legal developments and are protected against the inevitable challenges that come along.
Cost efficiencies – We will agree an innovative, flexible and transparent pricing solution to fit your individual requirements.
Please do not hesitate to contact us to discuss your requirements.
We’re immensely proud of our client relationships. We strive to be a welcome and constant companion throughout their journeys.
Many of our clients have been with us for a long time: some since the firm began. We help them navigate matters to achieve the right outcome and we stay with them until everything has been resolved. By securing and protecting our clients’ interests, we give them the confidence and freedom to focus on their core business.
Our clients operate in different industries and sectors, but most of them have serious real estate interests, whether in the form of property in the traditional sense or other types of physical infrastructure.