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Tebbitts & Co

8 CHANTRY COURT, FORGE STREET, CREWE, CW1 2DL, ENGLAND
Tel:
Work 01270 211567
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Web:
www.tebbitts.co.uk
Crewe, Warrington

Tebbitts & Co Solicitors of Crewe and Warrington offer a range of commercial and business related legal services to individuals and businesses across the North West.

 

The firm: Tebbitts & Co is a small business law practice with an independent spirit. Max Tebbitts is a solicitor with 20 years’ professional experience prior to which he spent a number of years working in commercial roles in industry. For this reason the firm approaches the business world with a strong commercial awareness. The firm views its role as facilitators in enabling commercial resolutions and sees it as important to remain aware of the overall objectives of a transaction. With commercial legal issues it is sometimes necessary to strike a delicate balance among a number of critical issues and Tebbitts & Co are trusted by their clients to take the right approach.

 

Straight-talking, experienced and results orientated, the firm’s reputation is built on the ability to listen carefully to clients and give every case in hand the same level of care and attentiveness. The practice has the flexibility to be responsive without having to pass clients from pillar to post.

 

Types of work undertaken:

 

Tebbitts & Co advise on business matters including commercial contracts such as partnership agreements, agency agreements, terms and conditions of trade, franchise agreements, website terms and conditions, intellectual property licence agreements, trademarks, software development agreements, technology and broadcasting agreements amongst others.

 

The firm’s corporate services include business sales and acquisitions, shareholder and cross option agreements. Tebbitts & Co specialises in buying and selling businesses. Over the last 12 months it has acted in a wide range of transactions including an education training business, motor engineering businesses, dental practices and others. The firm works collaboratively with leading accountants and business transfer agents.

 

With its debt recovery work the firm believes in a proactive approach and while some debts can be recovered with a letter or a phone call, they will, where necessary, commence legal proceedings on a creditor’s behalf with a claim for interest, costs and compensation under the Late Payment of Commercial Debts Regulations.

 

Employment law is rapidly changing and there are many challenges ahead for HR directors,

managers and business owners. The firm helps businesses with the development and implementation of policies and procedures that are compliant with current legislation and best practice. It also assists with the preparation and drafting of staff handbooks.

 

The firm has longstanding relationships with existing clients spanning across individuals, SMEs and PLCs. Without heavy city overheads the firm’s fees are competitive, being another reason for its popularity.

  • Languages
  • English (fluent)
  • Member
  • Law Society of England and Wales

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