Specialist corporate and business lawyers based in London. The Legal Partners negotiate success for business. Our legal service is designed to give CEOs CFOs and HR Directors the advantage of a right hand, experienced legal advisor, on side, when you need it.
Our aim is to help companies to thrive, and to help UK exporters take advantage of the vibrant markets of China and Asia.
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We have worked closely with The Legal Partners team on a couple of tricky situations over the past year, and their professionalism and friendliness has been an incredible support to the Group. Richard, Abigail, Shân and Philippa have all been a pleasure to work with, not only do you have complete faith in their knowledge of the industry, but they conduct themselves in a very calm and measured manner providing us with comprehensive guidance as well as a clear pathway forward. For both Richmond Rugby Club and Richmond Athletic Association, we are delighted to have forged such close links with one of the leading businesses in the borough
Richard is excellent at commercial negotiations
My trusted business advisors
The Legal Partners are so responsive, right by our side whenever we needed.
Richard and I worked together for several years when we were both corporate lawyers at Slaughter and May.
Richard was a great pleasure to work with, showing great commitment in supporting and meeting clients’ objectives. He provided advice with clarity, efficiency and focus on the key issues. I am sure that he brings the same qualities to the services provided by The Legal Partners.
Abigail’s help and knowledge is invaluable! As the HR Director of a small company, I feel safe in the knowledge that Abigail is always there to provide easy to understand, up-to-date and tailored advice, tips and longer term strategies for best practice HR for me and the people working in my company
Your service sector client base who are expanding into China are a good source of potential referrals.
After a couple of conversations with The Legal Partners my headache has gone
I’d advise anyone wanting to do business with or within Asia to get The Legal Partners on board.
These guys really know how to make it happen.
Richard sets the standard we try to emulate at Central Chambers Law Corporation with his speed of response, pro-activity, and client care.
Inside help is vital when you’re exporting. The Legal Partners knew exactly who to guide us to in china. They were just what we needed for expanding our business into Asia.
The Legal Partners have a very good understanding of a company’s commercial and business objectives.
[They] very quickly understood the nature of our business and the problem we faced.
…Very clear clarification of the legal aspects of the situation.
The Legal Partners in-house services give businesses an economic as well as a strategic advantage over those who just use external law firms.
Their advice is better directed for being wholly focused on the clients’ needs, and delivered in a very commercial way, that’s a real skill.
Richard is very proactive, expertly guiding a client to us for help expanding their English language school in China.
I had the pleasure of working with Richard Mullet on an HR Employment issue. I thought that was a quite tough one at the beginning of our start-up business.
However after a couple of conversations with Richard, my headache has gone.
Richard has been really helpful during entire process. Patient and professional, he always gives good advices based on your behalf and offers you the options against the good and bad scenarios.
Without Richard’s excellent support, I don’t think we could finally resolve the issue in such an effective manner. I would definitely recommend Richard and The Legal Partners.
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