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Bevan Brittan is a leading provider of commercial services to businesses throughout England and Wales.

Our clients range from large multinational companies to smaller, single-base enterprises. They operate in sectors including manufacturing, retail and leisure, technology and energy. And they rely on our team to help set up their company and to provide ongoing advice on employment law, property, litigation, data, and intellectual property issues.

The combination of our lawyers’ legal skills and commercial wisdom helps build and maintain businesses that thrive and are set to last. Our advice is always carefully designed to meet the particular requirements of the client we’re working with, and always delivered in an easy-to-digest way. And, as part of our commitment to keeping a careful eye on the affordability of the legal support we provide, we offer retainer arrangements, as well as fixed fees and innovative fee structures.


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