Bond Pearce LLP is a leading commercial law firm providing regulatory, corporate, commercial, real estate and dispute resolution services to some of the UK's most pre-eminent corporate and public sector organisations. At Bond Pearce LLP we offer a truly exceptional level of service delivering real value for money, and attract high calibre lawyers as a result of the quality and diversity of work we undertake. We have achieved the title of 'Best Legal Adviser' in the Legal Week Intelligence Client Satisfaction Report for two years running, as well as being ranked in the top three of the 75 biggest business UK law firms. The report put us ahead of the game on service, advice and cost/billing issues. And we are continuously investing to make sure we stay ahead.
We advise more than 35 FTSE 350 companies making us one of the leading FTSE advisors outside of London. We also support clients operating outside the UK through relationships with independent firms that share our approach to the law and our standing in the market. As well as having traditional teams in all of the major areas of law, we run ‘virtual' sector groups nationally across all disciplines, with particular experience of working with clients in Energy, Retail, Real Estate, Financial Institutions and Hospitality & Leisure. This approach enables us to keep up to date with our clients' industries and ensure any advice we give is in context. Our success has been built on forging strong, long term client relationships, which enable us to deliver effective commercial advice. Our clients have access to more than 600 people nationwide, including 74 partners and over 360 other legal professionals.
Our promise: Listen and take time to understand our clients' business, the way they like to work and the markets in which they operate. Think and design workable solutions for our clients. Talk about practical and commercial ideas, providing clear advice that makes a difference.
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