When it comes to advising “the advisers”, it’s not just legal expertise that clients need – it’s also practical business support to help them operate more efficiently and effectively.
As professional services firms look to recruit and retain the best talent, establish optimal structures and technologies, and differentiate themselves from the fierce competition, they require lawyers like us who can guide them with insight, acumen and integrity.
With good reason, we have often been referred to as “the lawyer’s lawyers.” Over half the UK’s Top 30 law firms choose to instruct us, as do many other legal firms - from small boutiques to international practices. We also routinely advise leading firms of accountants, consultants, architects, engineers and surveyors. That such a discerning audience put their trust in us is a testament both to the fact that we add value, and to our specialist, pragmatic expertise.
Jonathan Carr writes for Lawyer Monthly: What Do US Companies Need To Consider During UK M&A Deals?01 August 2018
In an article for Lawyer Monthly, Jonathan Carr discusses employment law due diligence in M&A transactions, and what US companies should consider when investing in the UK.
Ellen Temperton writes for Accountancy Age: The GDPR is just beginning16 July 2018
In an article for Accountancy Age, Ellen Temperton discusses some of the many issues accountancy firms must consider; now GDPR is in force.
Karen Baxter comments for The Law Society Gazette: Five tips for parental leave10 July 2018
In an article for The Law Society Gazette, Karen Baxter discusses parental leave and urges fathers to take paternity leave too.
Sara Cohen writes for Architect’s Choice03 July 2018
In an article for Architect's Choice, Sara Cohen discusses the concept of business owners sharing ownership with employees.
Richard Moore writes for Law360: UK Employment Law Risks In Cross-Border M&A11 June 2018
In an article for Law360, Richard Moore discusses the employment law considerations U.S. companies need to think about when acquiring U.K. based companies or assets, due to a number of differing fundamental employment principles.
Karen Baxter writes for Accountancy Age: Sexual harassment – is accountancy next for #MeToo?24 May 2018
Sexual harassment is big news at the moment as numerous big Hollywood names have opened the floodgates and encouraged individuals to come forward. Karen Baxter asks, is accountancy next for #MeToo?
Sam Koppel writes for Accountancy Age: Is the accountancy sector facing an international talent crisis?13 April 2018
In an article for Accountancy Age, Sam Koppel discusses the recent restrictions for accountancy firms to hire non-EEA workers who require Tier 2 work visas.