Commercial Solicitors Warrington: Our Panel of Experts

Expert Commercial Law have a panel of business and commercial solicitors, Warrington, on hand to assist on a broad range of corporate and commercial legal issues or disputes.
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What is a commercial law solicitor?

A commercial law solicitor is a lawyer who specialises in providing legal advice and a broad range of legal services related to business, commercial and corporate transactions, as well as commercial property matters. This can include drafting and negotiating contracts, advising on company law and corporate governance, and representing clients in disputes and litigation. They may work in private practice, in-house for a company, or in government.

Similarly, a business law solicitor provides legal advice and representation to businesses, organisations, and individuals involved in a wide range of commercial transactions. Services may include commercial contract drafting and review, intellectual property protection, tax law, commercial property, buying and selling of property, data protection, and mergers and acquisitions. They also help businesses navigate legal issues related to commercial disputes, regulatory compliance, and corporate governance.


The fees charged by commercial law solicitors can vary depending on a number of factors. These factors include the nature and complexity of the matter, the experience of the solicitor, and the time and resources required to handle the case.

Generally, commercial law solicitors, Warrington, charge either an hourly rate or a fixed fee. Although, this will depend on the nature of the work involved. Fixed fees may be used for certain types of work, such as drafting standard contracts or providing expert legal advice on routine matters.

It’s worth noting that some commercial law solicitors may also charge a success fee or a contingency fee. This is a percentage of the amount recovered or saved for the client. However, this type of fee arrangement is not as common in commercial law as it is in personal injury or employment law cases.

It’s important to discuss fee arrangements with your commercial law solicitor before engaging their services. This is so that you have a clear understanding of the costs involved and can make an informed decision about whether to proceed with the matter.

Taking the stress out of commercial litigation


Our team takes the stress out of finding you a solicitor to assist on your commercial law issue. We have assisted many UK businesses and individuals in finding the right lawyer for their case, providing cost effective solutions to commercial litigation.

We are not a firm of solicitors; however, we have a panel of commercial law solicitors, local and national, who are authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority. If you contact us in relation to a commercial law case, we will pass your case onto a panel firm.

Our panel of commercial law solicitors in Warrington assist on a full range of commercial law issues. We have a number of full service law firms on our panel based in the North West and beyond.

Get in touch today to speak to a commercial law solicitor from our panel.

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