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www.myerson.co.uk

Myerson's location, culture and expertise make it unique. Founded in 1984, Myerson is an independent and full-service law firm based in a modern office in the affluent Cheshire market town of Altrincham at the heart of the vibrant northern powerhouse and close to both Manchester airport and Manchester city-centre.

Myerson has grown rapidly in recent years, through organic growth, and has doubled in size in the last three years alone. The firm currently has 21 partners and a fee-earning strength of over 50 specialist lawyers. Over the last 12 months, total employment figures have exceeded 100, as Myerson further grows and develops both its commercial and private divisions.

Myerson has built its reputation by recruiting and training only the finest lawyers. All of Myerson's lawyers have developed their experience through either Myerson's bespoke training scheme or at-large City or regional firms. Myerson also recruits lawyers who are personable and approachable, balanced and pragmatic, efficient and focused on achieving specific client objectives.

Myerson's relationship with its clients is of paramount importance, which is why many clients stay with the firm for decades.

Whilst being an independent law firm, Myerson enjoys international reach through its active membership of MSI Global, an international association of over 250 independent legal and accountancy firms in over 100 counties.

Types of work undertaken:  

Commercial: The Myerson commercial division provides City expertise, in a modern way and at favourable rates, to a diverse range of commercial clients from SME and family businesses and their directors and shareholders through to PLCs and household names.

Myerson's commercial clients include those with local, national and international business interests across a wide range of sectors including technology, creative and media, private healthcare, education, charities, manufacturing, retail and leisure, fashion and textiles, agriculture and professional services.

Myerson Commercial's services include: corporate acquisitions, disposals and mergers; sales and purchases of businesses; commercial property; commercial contracts, advice and disputes; employment; commercial dispute resolution; intellectual property; alternative investment market flotations; corporate reorganisations; shareholder and partnership disputes; insolvency and corporate recovery; franchising, agency and distributorships; IT, e-commerce and telecoms.

Personal: The Myerson private division is pre-eminent in the north of England in providing discreet, private law solutions to affluent individuals. The private team is renowned in particular for its expertise and aptitude in relation to complex, high-level and international private matters, supported by specialists from the Myerson's commercial division where necessary, to provide clients with creative and joined up solutions.

Myerson's personal service include: wills and inheritance tax planning; complex and high-profile divorces; establishment and management of trusts; international child custody and relocation; the prestige conveyancing service; inheritance and trust disputes; senior executive employment support; professional negligence litigation; probate administration; reputation and media management; lasting powers of attorney and Court of Protection; wealth and investment protection; and management of agricultural and landed estates.

Myerson has an open and transparent approach to costs and its own high client-service standards which are enshrined in the Myerson Promise, a copy of which is given to every client at the outset of every matter.

  • Number of UK partners: 21
  • Number of other UK fee-earners: 46
  • Breakdown of work %
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  • Corporate and Commercial: 25
  • Commercial Property & Construction: 30
  • Dispute resolution & Commercial Litigation: 21
  • Employment: 8
  • Family law: 6
  • Residential Conveyancing: 3
  • Wills & Probate: 7

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  • Languages
  • English
  • Member
  • Solicitors Regulation Authority
  • MSI Global Alliance
  • Law Society of England and Wales

Above material supplied by Myerson Solicitors LLP.

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