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Betesh Partnership

Cardinal House, 20 St. Mary's Parsonage, Manchester, M3 2LY more info...

0843 0052 318 0843 0051 396

Areas of law:

Accidents / Accidents and Personal Injury Overseas / Accidents at Work / Acquisitions, Mergers & Disposals / Adjudication read more...

Simons Rodkin

32 Bloomsbury Street, London, WC1B 3QJ more info...

08430053021

Areas of law:

Ancillary Relief / Bankruptcy / Breach of Confidence / Civil Liberties / Civil Litigation read more...

Lock & Marlborough

3 The Broadway, Gunnersbury Lane, London, W3 8HR more info...

0843 0051 683

Areas of law:

Care Proceedings / Commercial Litigation / Employment Tribunal Cases / Conveyancing / Family read more...

Taylor Walton LLP

28-44 Alma Street, Luton, LU1 2PL more info...

0844 3098 283

Areas of law:

Buying and Selling Property / Buying or Selling a Business / Commercial / Commercial Contracts / Commercial Litigation read more...

Hill Dickinson LLP

Irongate House, Duke's Place, London, EC3A 7HX more info...

0843 0051 783

Areas of law:

Accidents / Accidents at Work / Acquisitions, Mergers & Disposals / Adjudication / Administrative and Constitutional Law read more...

Profile:

Hill Dickinson LLP is a leading and award-winning commercial law firm with more then 190 partners, 1,300 people and offices in Liverpool, Manchester, London, Chester, Sheffield, Piraeus and Singapore. read more...

Hill Dickinson LLP

No. 1 St. Paul's Square, Liverpool, L3 9SJ more info...

0843 0052 002

Areas of law:

Accidents / Accidents at Work / Acquisitions, Mergers & Disposals / Adjudication / Administrative and Constitutional Law read more...

Profile:

Hill Dickinson LLP is a leading and award-winning commercial law firm with more then 190 partners, 1,300 people and offices in Liverpool, Manchester, London, Chester, Sheffield, Piraeus and Singapore. read more...

Baileys

37 Station Road, Cheadle Hulme, SK8 5AF more info...

08430052020

Areas of law:

Bullying/Harrasment / Discrimination / Employment / Immigration / Property Transactions read more...

Hill Dickinson LLP

34 Cuppin Street, Chester, CH1 2BN more info...

0843 0051 317

Areas of law:

Accidents / Accidents at Work / Acquisitions, Mergers & Disposals / Adjudication / Administrative and Constitutional Law read more...

Hill Dickinson LLP

50 Fountain Street, Manchester, M2 2AS more info...

0843 0051 554

Areas of law:

Accidents / Accidents at Work / Acquisitions, Mergers & Disposals / Adjudication / Administrative and Constitutional Law read more...

Robin Mason Employment Law Solicitor

36 Marlborough Road, Sheffield, S10 1DB more info...

0843 0052 163

Areas of law:

Disciplinary / Disciplinary & Grievance Procedures / Discrimination / Dismissal & Redundancy / Employment Contracts read more...

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