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Our specialist retail lawyers provide a wide range of services focused on the needs of your sector. Whether it’s help with an HR issue, assistance with an IT contract or problems with your landlord, this retail portal has been designed to give you direct access to our legal resources. These include guides, articles and comprehensive training videos for your internal team. Please do let us know if you can’t find what you are looking for or you require more specific advice. Our years of working with major retail companies in the UK and internationally mean that we can provide the answer.

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John and Declan met our head of innovations at the outset on what was a key new product. This ensured that we had the right team from day one. What really impressed me is that these people talked our language, got our needs and worked well together.

Selma Terzic, Managing Director, PZ Cussons Beauty LLP

Clients describe Sarah as having 'outstanding attention to detail' and as being 'a very safe pair of hands'. She has also often been described by clients as 'feeling like part of their in-house team'.

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