We have established and developed long-term relationships with our clients in this sector which has enabled us to have a deeper understanding of the myriad issues that impact upon them. Our leisure and tourism law experts understand the unique opportunities and challenges faced by those operating in the sector and can provide pragmatic and considered solutions.
We make it possible by becoming familiar with your strategies, challenges, procedures and the way your people like to operate to ensure we provide bespoke advice for your business. We are commercially-focused and cost-conscious in our approach to all tourism and retail law issues.
Our leisure, tourism and retail law solicitors offer the full range of legal services to operators within this sector and in particular have notable strength in corporate, employment law, health and safety law, regulatory and compliance, commercial property, dispute resolution, licensing law and acquisitions.
The types of business we regularly advise include:
Services we provide in the Leisure, Retail and Tourism sector include:
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