Our professional services group advises an array of clients across the professional services world; from accountants and surveyors, to management consultants and property consultancies and everything in between.
We have a reputation for providing exceptional service to our accountancy clients and for delivering pragmatic, commercially-focused and timely advice. We bring together a market leading team of lawyers who are focused on issues that accountancies are often faced with, such as:
- admissions and expulsions of partners
- mergers and acquisitions of accountancy practices
- business immigration needs
- employment law advice
- data privacy
- regulatory issues
- negotiating commercial contracts
- dispute resolution
James Gill and Mark Hersey write for Accountancy Age: Moving to the Cloud in 2019: 10 steps to avoid the common pitfalls08 January 2019
Mark Hersey and James Gill have written an article for Accountancy Age explaining how to make your move to cloud accounting as smooth as possible this year.
Joanna Hunt writes for Architects' Journal: How can architecture benefit from the Exceptional Talent visa route?20 December 2018
In an article for Architects' Journal, Joanna Hunt examines the extension of the Home Office’s Tier 1 category to cover architects wanting to work in the UK.
Karen Baxter writes for Accountancy Age: Can you keep a secret?18 October 2018
In this article for Accountancy Age, Karen Baxter looks at how the role of settlement agreements may have kept abusive behaviour quiet in accountancy firms.
Clive Greenwood and Frances Simm write for Accountancy Age: Compulsory retirement: avoiding the partner pitfalls20 August 2018
In an article for Accountancy Age, Clive Greenwood and Frances Simm discuss the rules and processes involved when compelling an individual to retire from a business they co-own.
Ellen Temperton writes for Accountancy Age: The GDPR is just beginning16 July 2018
In an article for Accountancy Age, Ellen Temperton discusses some of the many issues accountancy firms must consider; now GDPR is in force.
Karen Baxter writes for Accountancy Age: Sexual harassment – is accountancy next for #MeToo?24 May 2018
Sexual harassment is big news at the moment as numerous big Hollywood names have opened the floodgates and encouraged individuals to come forward. Karen Baxter asks, is accountancy next for #MeToo?
Fergus Payne writes for Accountancy Age: What does the future hold for listed accountancy firms?13 March 2018
In an article for Accountancy Age, Fergus Payne discusses why firms would consider listing on a stock market or taking external investment.
Karen Baxter writes for Accountancy Age: Mind the gap: what accountancy firms should be doing ahead of the new gender pay gap reporting rules16 February 2018
With less than two months to go until the deadline for filing gender pay gap reports, thousands of employers have not yet provided their figures. Karen Baxter asks, is your firm ready?