Harper Macleod LLP

01847 563 510

Harper Macleod is a leading independent Scottish law firm with offices in Glasgow, Edinburgh, Inverness, Lerwick and Thurso, offering a full range of commercial and personal legal services across Scotland, the UK and further afield. At Harper Macleod, it's all about you, not us. We put your needs at the heart of everything we do. We believe that your success determines our success and because no two clients are the same to us, we'll work harder than anyone else to understand your needs and objectives. You need problem solvers and advisers, not just lawyers. Our inquisitive nature means you can be sure we'll get under the skin of your business or personal related matter and provide you with an effective solution. It's this drive that sets us apart and delivers a better outcome for you or your organisation.

4.3/5 76 Customer Reviews 76
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76 Customer Reviews

4.3/5

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Reviews summary

  • Excellent
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  • Very Good
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  • Awful
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Rik
Rik Added 2 weeks ago 2 found this helpful Report to admin This review is for a different branch.
March 29, 2019 20190329132029

Unrepresentative

1

Most expensive excel spreadsheet I’ve had the misfortune to encounter. The free sweets, crayons and logo’d tat in reception comes at a price.
Good link sales (wills and conveyancing) - must have been the easiest case his opposite number has had. His first divorce case and it showed.
Without an inheritance I would be homeless thanks to this shoddy outfit.

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Anonymous
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January 14, 2019 20190114000000

very professional

5

I always felt the service I was provided with was very professional.

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Donald
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January 10, 2019 20190110000000

Staff courteous.

4

Satisfied with outcome.

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Anonymous
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January 09, 2019 20190109000000

Jenni Hear was helpful and provided a very efficient service.

5

Jenni Hear was helpful and provided a very efficient service.

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William
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January 08, 2019 20190108000000

Separation

5

Jenny Smith was very on hand and understood my tight timescales and no time while out of office to ensure I was able to complete on my house purchase by ensuring I was aware of all points of my seperation agreement.

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Margaret
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December 21, 2018 20181221000000

I am so pleased with how you handled my case.

5

I had not had a claim ever so I had no idea what to do. The 2 girls dealing with my case were excellent.

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Anonymous
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December 21, 2018 20181221000000

The service received was both efficient and friendly.

5

The manner in which our business was conducted (including explanations/clarifications) helped us to better understand the various legal situations and options available ect…

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Anonymous
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December 13, 2018 20181213000000

excellent service

5

Thank you very much for your excellent service

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Anonymous
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December 11, 2018 20181211000000

I would recommend you to family and friends!

4

Your help, patience and care of my health and situation was first class. Thanks you will never be enough

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John
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December 11, 2018 20181211000000

I was seen at short notice which helped my situation immensely.

4

Overall service was excellent and very efficient.

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Martin
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December 19, 2018
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Martin Queally

5

Very good service provided and so friendly too!

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Raymond
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November 16, 2018
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Raymond Strathearn

1

After reading the reviews I am delighted I will not be pursuing my losses with this company. Victoria came on the phone didn't know the facts of the matter at all. The only fact she did know was her fee, then at the end of the call saying "bye-bye" in a sarcastic high voice...like she had won the conversation...Anyone reading this please use Digby Brown they care more about the clients losses, rather than money-making.

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Harper Macleod LLP responded to this review on 16 November, 2018

Hi Raymond, Thank you for getting in touch to let us know you were not satisfied with the service you received. We have passed your message onto our team for review and if you would like to discuss the matter further please get in touch at marketing@harpermacleod.co.uk. Thank you.

Christopher
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November 02, 2018
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Christopher Scarr

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Criminal lawyer

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JB
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October 23, 2018
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JB S

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Shocking customer service

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JB
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JB S

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Shocking customer service.

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Solicitors who work at Harper Macleod LLP

  • Chris Kerr

    Chris primarily advises family owned and owner managed businesses based throughout Scotland, including many with business interests in a number of other jurisdictions. Recent work and deals include acting for a number of well known Scottish based businesses on a range of matters including in relation to mergers, acquisitions, disposals, and business and owner succession planning. Sectors in which Chris has been active and has a particular interest are in the marine economy, transport and healthcare. For a number of years, Chris has been involved with employee owned businesses and transitions for which The Legal 500 recognises he is “particularly knowledgable about the Scottish employee ownership market". Chris is the Lead Partner for our Highlands & Islands operation. He has in the past, participated in the Entrepreneurship course run by the Hunter Centre for Entrepreneurship at the University of Strathclyde, tutored at the Glasgow Graduate Law School in Company and Commercial Law on the Postgraduate Diploma in Legal Practice, and lectured in Company Law at Inverness College. Chris has also held non-executive director appointments on the board of two Highland-based companies. Chris has previously been shortlisted as a "Rising Star" and "Corporate Lawyer of the Year" at the Law Awards of Scotland. The Legal 500 notes that "Harper Macleod stands out among its peers for its niche OMB and family-owned business expertise" and that clients are "very impressed by Chris Kerr's skills and hard work".

  • Gary Campbell

    Gary deals with a broad range of private client, residential and commercial property matters acting for both individuals and property developers. He has many years of experience in advising housebuilders on site acquisitions and assembly through to plot sales of completed homes. He also heads up Harper Macleod’s Estate Agency Service in the Highlands and is currently a Director of the Highland Solicitors Property Centre.

  • Julie Doncaster

    Julie Doncaster, Inverness & Highlands Lawyer, advises clients on wills, estate and succession planning, inheritance tax advice, formation, management and termination of trusts, charity law, powers of attorney, guardianships, planning for nursing home care costs and the administration of executries. She has a particular interest in personal injury trusts and succession arrangements for business and farm owners. Julie has successfully argued numerous high value tax cases with HMRC. She has provided opinions for high net worth personal injury cases and has advised and worked with many charities reviewing their structure and improving their day to day administration. She regularly presents to external organisations on her specialist areas; personal injury trusts, estate and tax planning and care of the elderly and frequently contributes to legal publications on these matters. Julie tutors on the Diploma in Legal Practice at both Glasgow and Strathclyde Universities.

  • David Eason

    David has a wide range of experience in corporate and commercial work and has been involved in a number of commercial transactions, including sale and purchase of business assets and land, and, exclusivity, option, and lease agreements for energy projects, working principally for landowners with commercial project possibilities on their land. David continues to develop our practice in the North of Scotland through his corporate and commercial experience and key client connections. He is also closely involved with Harper Macleod’s Thurso office and is a regular visitor to the area, advising local clients on all their legal requirements.

  • Calum MacLeod

    Calum advises clients on a wide range of rural and commercial property work, including agricultural tenancies, forestry purchases and sales, farm purchases, community group purchases, land reform and other rural property matters. Based in our Inverness office, he has also acted for developers and landowners in a number of renewable energy projects and he has significant experience in community renewables projects. Calum has particular expertise as a crofting lawyer, advising both crofters and landowners on a variety of crofting law matters including applications to the Crofting Commission and the Land Court. He has advised in particular on renewables projects on croftland. Calum has advised clients across the Highlands and Islands including the Crofting Counties of Inverness-shire, Ross-shire, Argyll, Caithness and Sutherland. Originally from the Isle of Skye, Calum is a fluent Gaelic speaker. Calum has spoken on TV, radio and at conferences on land reform, renewables and crofting law. Calum is on the Rural Affairs Committee of the Law Society of Scotland and is a director of Highland charity, New Start Highland.

  • Ross Thomson

    Ross’ practice covers the areas of real estate & banking and commercial litigation & dispute resolution. In the area of real estate & banking, Ross has significant experience in acting for lenders and borrowers in high value secured finance transactions, dealing with the obtaining/granting of fixed security over all forms of commercial and rural property, as well as harbours and other key infrastructure. Ross also deals with commercial purchases and sales, commercial leasing and property diligence arising from corporate transactions, and manages the property estate of a number of the firm’s clients in the Highlands & Islands. In the area of commercial litigation & dispute resolution Ross has particular expertise in property and construction related disputes acting for developers, contractors and landowners and has experience in litigating in the Court of Session and Sheriff Courts, as well as undertaking adjudication and alternative dispute resolution procedures. Ross is assisted in this area by James Duff, one of our solicitors in Inverness. Ross is a former President of Inverness Chamber of Commerce and is heavily involved in various events and initiatives of importance to the economy and business community in the region.

  • Kenneth Campbell

    Kenneth has extensive experience of commercial and property litigation. His experience includes complex litigation in the Court of Session, Sheriff Court, Commercial Courts and Lands Tribunal. He has also represented clients in arbitrations and regulatory matters. Kenneth is experienced in complex cases involving large volumes of materials but equally adept where matters are more keenly focussed. He will often look to focus wide-ranging issues down to the core dispute to save clients time and cost. Acting for former tenants in a £1M+ dilapidations claim. Defending the Commercial Court of Session action before negotiating a settlement figure for a third of the claim and less than the clients had provisioned for. Acting for landlords in a Commercial Court of Session Action. Defended over a disputed Schedule of Condition. Settled after successfully negotiating a £400k payment where the former tenants had denied liability.

  • Jill Fyer

    Jill has extensive experience advising public and private sector clients in relation to public procurement; competition law including UK and EU merger control, state aid, anti-competitive agreements and abuse of dominance; other regulatory matters; and all types of commercial contracts. In relation to public procurement, Jill regularly advises on strategic issues such as the choice and structure of procurement procedures; shared services; competition law; pricing methodologies; TUPE implications; supplier performance; and challenges to the procurement procedure and contract award decisions. Jill also assists with the conduct of procurement procedures (including competitive dialogue) and all procurement and subsequent contractual documentation. Jill also advises on post-award issues such as insolvency of contractors, permissible extension to contracts and changes to contract conditions. In relation to state aid, Jill’s advice includes structuring projects to ensure compliance; assisting with responses to state aid complaints; providing advice on state aid compliance for the benefit of project funders; and advising on the interaction between state aid rules and public procurement. Jill also advises both private sector and public sector clients in relation to all types of commercial contracts including contracts for services, agency, distribution, licence agreements, franchise agreements, terms and conditions of business, joint venture agreements, funding agreements and loan agreements. Jill also advises on regulatory matters including statutory powers and duties, data protection and freedom of information, corporate governance and corporate constitutional matters.

  • Lesley Wisely

    Lesley primarily advises family owned and owner managed businesses based throughout Scotland, including those with business interests in other jurisdictions. Lesley has a wide experience of transactional corporate matters, including mergers and acquisitions, disposals, investments, shareholder arrangements, joint ventures, share capital reductions, share buybacks, corporate reorganisations and demergers.

  • Grant Hassan

    Grant provides family law services across the Highlands and Islands of Scotland. Grant was promoted to Associate in April 2017. Given the geographic scale of the Highlands, Grant has been working on the use of technology and marketing to reach more rural areas to meet client demand. He provides advice on all aspects of family law, most commonly involving separation and divorce, financial provision, child maintenance, cohabitation, pre & post nuptial agreements, cohabitation agreements, residence, contact, relocation, adoption and protective remedies. He firmly believes that it can be advantageous for individuals to resolve their disputes without the use of litigation in the first instance. In June 2017, he became a qualified Collaborative Lawyer and member of International Academy of Collaborative Practitioners. This allowed Grant to promote the firm’s ability to offer alternative forms of dispute resolution to clients. In cases where circumstances dictate and Court action is necessary, Grant is an effective litigator. He has experience in appearing in Sheriff Courts throughout the North of Scotland and also working on cases in the Court of Session alongside Counsel. He has particular interests and expertise in separations involving complex financial issues such as business and pension interests.

  • Andrew Kerr

    Andrew provides advice to clients on a range of commercial real estate transaction including purchases and sales for investors, SMEs and other owner-occupiers; the advising of lenders and borrowers on rebanking, securities and the related due diligence; and, a wide array of matters relating to the grant and operation of commercial leases. Previous experience includes acting for investors in the acquisition, development, leasing of commercial properties, including liaising with the clients, their accountants, agents and other advisors; advising an investor in the refinancing of their property portfolio; and working with and advising insolvency practitioners in connection with the property aspects of transactions.

  • Ewan Stafford

    Ewan is experienced advising clients on a wide range of employment-related matters, including matters arising throughout the whole employment relationship, from recruitment through to termination of employment. Ewan regularly conducts advocacy at Employment Tribunals for both Claimants and Respondents. In conjunction with providing advice on day to day employment matters, Ewan provides support in relation to the employment law aspects of commercial transactions.

  • Angus Brown

    Angus is a member of the Dispute Resolution team based in Inverness. Angus deals with a variety of civil and commercial matters and has experience in both Sheriff Court and Court of Session practice and procedure.

  • Natalie Bruce

    Natalie provides advice on all aspects of family law, including child contact and residence disputes, adoption, separation, divorce, dissolution of civil partnerships, pre and post nuptial agreements and co-habitation. Natalie understands that seeking advice about family matters can often be difficult, however, she works closely with clients to understand their circumstances and what they wish to achieve. Where possible, Natalie will look to resolve matters outwith the Court room providing what is often a more cost effective and less stressful outcome. However, in situations where this is not possible, Natalie has experience appearing in Sheriff Courts across the North of Scotland and can advise fully on the Court process. Originally from Edinburgh, Natalie moved up to the Highlands in 2014. Natalie has a varied background, starting off her legal career in the private client sector. Natalie then spent a number of years specialising in personal injury law, family law, and criminal defence, during which time she was shortlisted as Trainee Solicitor of the Year at The Law Awards of Scotland. Natalie is also the Treasurer of the Faculty of Solicitors of the Highlands.

  • Angela Gray

    Angela specialises in a variety of Rural and Commercial Property work. She is familiar with the rural life, having been brought up with an agricultural background in Caithness and maintains a close relationship with the farming community. Angela is engaged by a wide variety of clients and is actively involved in a range of transactions such as farm and estate acquisitions and sales, community buy outs, voluntary registration of estates, crofting and sales and purchases of land and buildings.

About This Branch

Description

In 1988, Lorne Crerar and another young partner in a Glasgow court firm took a couple of support staff and converted its business division, which had recently started, into a separate commercial practice. The new start was Harpers, which subsequently took over a niche corporate firm called Macleods, to become Harper Macleod. In 2002, Martin Darroch joined the firm as Finance Director and was appointed Chief Executive in 2006 - Harper Macleod was the first firm in Scotland to appoint a non-lawyer chief executive - with the now Professor Crerar as Chairman. Over the years the firm went from strength to strength, expanding its footprint all over Scotland. In 2014, the firm took over niche private client practice, Bird Semple, to significantly extend its offering in personal legal services. Today, Harper Macleod is one of the largest professional partnerships in Scotland, serving clients and their interests in Scotland, the UK and beyond and generating in excess of £26 million in turnover - a figure that has consistently grown regardless of the economic backdrop.


Legal Services
  • Bowel Cancer Misdiagnosis Claims
  • Restorative Dentistry Claims
  • Renting and Tenancy Agreements
  • Benefits Available To Asbestos Victims
  • Surgical and Transvaginal Mesh Claims
  • Whiplash
  • Lasting power of attorney
  • Trusts
  • Children's Serious Injury
  • Insurance brokers
  • Harassment/Bullying at Work
  • Welfare Issues After Serious Injury
  • Meningitis Misdiagnosis Claims
  • Laser Treatment Claims
  • Medical Negligence
  • Defective Medical Device Claims
  • Privacy and Data Protection
  • IT professionals
  • Fatal Asbestos
  • GP Negligence Claims
  • Erb’s Palsy Compensation Claims
  • Architects
  • Amputation Negligence Claims
  • Repossessions
  • Parental responsibility, paternity disputes, surrogacy
  • Against The Council
  • Accident Abroad
  • Faulty Defibrillator Claims
  • Legal aid
  • Head and Brain Injury
  • Asset protection and tax mitigation
  • Divorce After A Brain Or Other Serious Injury
  • Stroke Misdiagnosis Claims
  • Knee Replacement Claims
  • Oral Cancer Claims
  • Repetitive Strain Injury
  • Child Custody
  • Divorce
  • Social Services
  • Gym Injury Compensation
  • Senior Executives
  • Workplace Slip and Trip
  • Injunctions
  • International
  • Fertility Negligence Claims
  • Pay Issue
  • Professional trustees
  • Neighbour Disputes
  • Asbestos Compensation
  • Pension Law
  • Collaborative Law
  • Professional Negligence
  • Employment Law
  • Civil partnerships
  • Divorce Mediation
  • Stillbirth Compensation Claims
  • Pleural Plaques (Scotland)
  • International Divorce
  • Accidents In Public Places
  • Tinnitus
  • Pressure Sore Claims
  • Broken Bone Or Fracture
  • Sports Injury
  • Child Access
  • Pedestrian Accident
  • Manual Handling
  • Disputed Wills
  • Cauda Equina Syndrome Claims
  • Skiing Injury
  • Birth Injury Claims
  • HMRC Tax Investigations and Disputes
  • Elderly care home fees
  • Diabetes Claims
  • Defective Work Equipment
  • Fatal Accident
  • Employment Contracts
  • Slips, Trips and Falls
  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
  • Pancreatic Cancer Misdiagnosis Claims
  • Fall From Height
  • Ovarian Cancer Misdiagnosis Claims
  • Burns, Scars and Lacerations At Work
  • Sorin Stockert 3T Heater-Cooler Claims
  • Child Maintenance
  • Misdiagnosed Miscarriage Claims
  • Debt and Bankruptcy
  • Blood Transfusion Claims
  • Child Law
  • Settlement Agreements
  • Back Injury At Work
  • Disputed Probate
  • Clinical Negligence
  • Cerebral Palsy Claims
  • Probate
  • Out Of Court Divorce
  • Skin Cancer Misdiagnosis Claims
  • Accountants
  • Property Holding Structures
  • Laser Eye Surgery Claims
  • Road Traffic Accident
  • Breast Cancer Misdiagnosis Claims
  • Tax Compliance Services
  • Industrial Disease Compensation
  • Serious Injury
  • Marriage and civil partnerships
  • Elderly care
  • Child Arrangements Following Divorce
  • Inheritance Tax
  • Head Injury At Work
  • Supermarket Accident
  • Pension and property advice
  • Metal-On-Metal Hip Replacement Claims
  • Employee Team Moves
  • Agency Staff / Temp Workers
  • Family Mediation
  • Vibration White Finger
  • Child Abduction
  • Breast Surgery Compensation Claims
  • Occupational Asthma
  • Financial Matters
  • Children
  • Chronic Pain
  • Cosmetic Dentistry Claims
  • Unfair Dismissal Claims
  • Anaesthetic Awareness Claims
  • Personal Injury Law
  • Eye Surgery Claims
  • Sepsis Negligence Claims
  • Inheritance Act claims
  • Constructive/Unfair Dismissal
  • Grandparents' Rights
  • Discrimination at Work
  • Periodontal Disease Claims
  • Car Passenger
  • Trusts
  • Insolvency and bankruptcy
  • Matrimonial finance
  • Bus and Coach Accident
  • Cochlear Implant Claims
  • Disputed Trusts
  • Redundancy
  • Mesothelioma Compensation
  • Remortgaging
  • Domestic Violence
  • Dermal Filler Compensation Claims
  • Group B Streptococcus Claims
  • Disciplinary Hearings
  • Lung Cancer Misdiagnosis Claims
  • Professional Discipline
  • Testicular Cancer Misdiagnosis Claims
  • Surveyors
  • Pre and Post Nuptial Agreements
  • No Win No Fee
  • Ophthalmic Negligence Claims
  • Tribunal Claims
  • Fixed Fee Divorce
  • Asbestosis
  • Part Time Workers
  • Domestic Abuse
  • Child Relocation After Divorce
  • Unmarried Couples' Rights
  • Pleural Thickening
  • Whistleblower Protection
  • Horse Riding Injury
  • Children Act proceedings
  • Cohabitation and Unmarried Relationships
  • Cohabitation agreements and disputes
  • Accidents At Sea And Cruise Injury
  • Motor Insurance Policy
  • Motorbike Accident
  • Stress at Work
  • Civil Partnership Dissolution
  • Tax Advisory Services
  • Fatal Medical Negligence Claims and Inquests
  • Diffuse Mesothelioma Payment Scheme
  • Holiday Accidents and Illness
  • Orthopaedic Negligence Claims
  • Dental Negligence Claims
  • Wills
  • TUPE
  • Cycling Accident
  • Nerve Injury Claims
  • Cervical Cancer Misdiagnosis Claims
  • Spinal Injury Compensation
  • Separation
  • Birth Injury To Mother Claims
  • Nerve Damage Claims
  • Pregnancy and Gynaecology Injury Claims
  • Engineers
  • Prostate Cancer Misdiagnosis Claims
  • Surgery Compensation Claims
  • UK Employment Laws
  • Road Traffic Accident Abroad
  • Equal Pay Disputes
  • Tax
  • Family law
  • High Net Worth Divorce
  • C. Difficile Claims
  • Financial advisors
  • Asbestos Lung Cancer
  • Failed Sterilisation Claims
  • Accident At Work
  • Flexible Working
  • Maternity and Paternity
  • Spinal Surgery Claims
  • Gardening Leave
  • Media and Sports
  • Amputation
  • Annulment
  • Accident and Emergency Claims
  • Noise-Induced Hearing Loss
  • Child contact
  • Holiday Pay Issues
  • Valuers
  • Medical Misdiagnosis Claims
  • Adoption, Surrogacy, Care and Special Guardianship
  • Tax consultants
  • MRSA Claims
  • Hospital Negligence Claims
  • Holiday Sickness and Illness Compensation
  • Barristers
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Military
  • Car Accident
  • Cosmetic Surgery Claims
  • Separation Agreement
  • Birth Defect and Wrongful Birth Claims
  • Terrorism Abroad
  • Dog Bite
  • Purchase and Sale
  • Professional Negligence law
  • Cancer Misdiagnosis Claims
  • Restrictive Covenants
  • Family Leave
  • Dental Negligence
  • Children's Accident
  • Health and Safety
  • Purchase of development land
  • Commercial Leases
  • Environmental policy law
  • Advertising and Marketing Compliance
  • Confidential Information, Know-How and Trade Secrets
  • Maritime and Shipping
  • Landlord and tenant
  • Warranties, third party rights and reliance letters
  • Design rights and product designs
  • Mediation
  • Construction and engineering dispute resolution
  • Sales or purchases of shops, factories, warehouses, offices and licensed premises
  • Development loan facilities
  • Framework agreements
  • Guarantees and bonds
  • Development plot sales
  • Due diligence audits for banks and other financial institutions
  • Credit Control
  • Engineering contracts
  • Contracts for the supply, installation and maintenance of specialist mechanical and electrical plant
  • Finance
  • Intellectual Property
  • Planning law
  • GDPR
  • Tax
  • Commercial Law
  • Facility maintenance agreements
  • Charities
  • Personality and Image Rights
  • Anti-Counterfeiting and Anti-Piracy
  • Intellectual Property Litigation and Dispute Resolution
  • Employment - business
  • Investment purchases and Buy to Let
  • Licensing
  • Development agreements
  • Mergers and Acquisitions
  • Rights of way issues
  • Banking
  • Commercial mortgages
  • Crane oversailing and scaffolding licences
  • In-house training
  • Copyright
  • Dealing with intellectual property infringements
  • Trade Marks and Designs
  • Developer disputes
  • Computer and IT Law
  • Patents
  • Domain Names
  • Building contracts and professional appointments
  • Construction
  • Purchase and Sale Of Commercial Property
  • Insolvency and Bankruptcy
  • Corporate Law

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