For 33 years, Shrewsbury legal practice Aaron & Partners has set the standard for business law
21st June, 2016
A top 200 firm, Aaron’s knowledge of employment, corporate and commercial law is second to none. Since it was founded in 1983 it has been helping businesses and those who run them in Shropshire, Chester and Manchester to keep their house in order, settle disputes and make the right choices when it comes to expansion.
“When you are building a business, there are always risks and you want your advisors to understand that and provide solutions,” said Aaron’s corporate & commercial partner Hugh Strickland.
“Our expertise comes from having successfully worked with businesses for more than three decades, helping them expand and supporting them to ensure that internally policies on employment remain compliant and fit for the size of each employer.”
Aaron’s advises firms on mergers, acquisitions, partnership arrangements and securing investment. Last year it advised Whitchurch-based plant hire and construction solutions supplier Hawk Group as it secured £8 million of investment.
The firm also hosts a series of free employment law lunches – the HR Lunch Club – which offers advice to attendees on employment law and related matters.
Aaron & Partners’ commitment to business has kept it at the cutting edge of areas such as employment law, where it has created innovations such as human resources solution HR Absolute. For a fixed annual cost businesses which sign up get a bespoke HR service, with access to qualified, expert solicitors offering responsive support for all your legal needs, high quality, legally compliant employment documents, a full audit of the business and in-house employment training sessions.
By devising a full-service HR package Aaron’s has given businesses a simple solution to one of their biggest challenges.
This dedicated approach to all things business is why Aaron’s has received more than 20 recommendations from the two main law directories, Legal 500 and Chambers & Partners. But more than that, it is why businesses, partnerships and individuals keep choosing Aaron & Partners.
The firm offers business advice to clients on commercial contracts, corporate restructuring, employment law, dispute resolution, agriculture, banking, professional practices, warehousing and logistics, transport, commercial property, planning, energy, renewables, minerals & mining, waste management, insolvency, licensing and, in the education sector, academies.
“Our breadth of knowledge is our foundation,” said Hugh. “But as the law is constantly changing, so are we.
“From ensuring our clients are prepared for rapid changes in digital data legislation to helping business owners understand how best to structure their business for the future, Aaron’s is committed to our clients’ success.”
From FTSE 100 companies to SMEs keen to grow to keep up with demand in the increasingly
fast-paced digital marketplace, Aaron’s legal knowledge and experience allows entrepreneurs and CEOs to concentrate on the business as their legal affairs are in safe hands.
Aaron’s is also a member of the International Advisory Group, a network of more than 60 professional firms across the globe. So wherever you or your business goes, Aaron’s can help you to receive the same high-quality advice and assistance anywhere in the world.
In addition to its widely respected business sector, Aaron’s has also developed a thriving private client division, offering a range of services from proactive advice for senior employees and executives on their rights in law, to personal insolvency, partnership and LLP advice, family law and wills, trusts and tax.
To find out how Aaron & Partners can help you or your business, visit aaronandpartners.com or call 01743 818481.
Shropshire Star – Business Review
21st June 2016
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