While different in many ways, our clients all share the need for high-quality, commercial legal advice to make it possible for them to deliver their services as effectively as possible. At Harrison Drury, we do this by combining high levels of technical expertise with practical and commercial solutions to address the challenges faced by our clients, including:
By bringing together a team highly experienced in all aspects of banking law and finance law, and working closely with our partners in the Alliott Group, an international network of law and accountancy firms, we are able to provide an integrated approach that is tailored to our clients’ needs and covers the full range of legal services.
If you have a question for our banking and finance lawyers concerning anything outlined on this page, please get in touch today for commercial legal advice. The corporate lawyers at our head office in Preston can be contacted on 01772 258321. We also have solicitors based in Garstang, Lancaster, Kendal and Clitheroe.
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