Jacksons’ corporate and commercial solicitors work closely with clients to help them reach their full business potential while reducing risks along the way.
The core team has a range of direct personal experience of working in-house in industry and management positions and therefore understands the wider issues and pressures businesses face these days.
Our approach is to spend time with our clients, listen to what they have to say, learn how their business works and what is important to them, and understand what they are looking to achieve. By doing so, we can identify and implement the most appropriate and cost effective strategies and structures for them.
Whether you are a PLC, a private limited company, an LLP, partnership, sole trader or a start-up you can rely on us to deliver high quality advice on all areas of corporate law including:
- Acquisitions, mergers and disposals
- Business start up
- Company secretarial and administration
- Corporate finance
- Intellectual property
- Retirement/succession planning
- Shareholder and partnership issues
The depth of our experience enables us to offer advice on complex corporate and commercial legal issues with businesses across a number of sectors including e-commerce, engineering, IT, logistics, manufacturing, professional services, property and development and retail.
Partner, Tony Wentworth is named in The Legal 500 2015 and lists Jacksons in its top 3 tier for corporate and commercial.
Rob Johnson, Axiom Engineering Associates Ltd.
Chris Hargreaves, Director, GS-Hydro UK Limited.
Having now worked with Jacksons Law Firm for about six months we believe that it has been a great success for the company. The two key solicitors with whom we work are Tony Wentworth and Erica Turner, my colleagues and I have been impressed with their clear and precise legal advice which is provided in a very timely manner. We have found the whole experience of transferring services to Jacksons Law Firm uncomplicated and delivered with a level of customer service which we have previously been unaccustomed to.'
Charles Everson, General Manager, Scott Bros Holdings Limited