Veale Wasbrough Vizards
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We are a full-service law firm and leading sector specialists. Our combination of expertise, genuine teamwork and client commitment sets us apart, and that's why we're confident that we can deliver the best and most effective legal solutions to help you succeed.
Client commitment and service delivery is something that we are passionate about. We regularly ask, listen and react positively to feedback from our clients.
- 99 per cent of clients agree that we provide high-quality advice
- 95 per cent agree that we demonstrated a commercial approach and an understanding of the client's business and sector
- 97 per cent agree that we were responsive and accessible
- 94 per cent of clients would recommend us
Our 300-plus staff are based at offices in the heart of three cities - London, Bristol and Birmingham - which means that we can deliver your legal needs, wherever you are.
- Aerospace and defence
- Early-stage companies
- Family-owned business
- Private wealth
- Public sector
Legal services for business:
- Construction and engineering
- Dispute resolution and debt recovery
- Employment and Immigration
- Intellectual property and information technology
- Insolvency and restructuring
- Real estate
- Tax and finance
Legal services for individuals:
- Buying or selling a property
- Divorce and family law
- Estate administration on death
- Inheritance tax planning
- Inheritance and will disputes
- Personal injury claims
- Professional negligence
- Powers of attorney and living wills
- Trustees and trust administration
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Briefings from Veale Wasbrough Vizards
A worker can be accompanied at disciplinary or grievance hearings by a fellow worker or union official when the worker ‘reasonably requests to be accompanied at the hearing’.
The case of Birmingham City Council v Emery serves as a reminder that in community schools the employer is the local authority, not the governing body of the school.
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Turnover (£m): 22.44
No. of Lawyers: 127