Newspaper article The Journal (Newcastle, England)
Byline: Mark Green
WE live in interesting times. As the credit crunch continues and there is talk of a full-blown recession, the need for commercial clients to make the right decisions is paramount.
This in turn heightens the need to obtain the best legal advice.
At Short Richardson & Forth LLP we are currently celebrating our 30th year as a commercial law firm based in Newcastle.
For 30 years we have provided a range of specialist legal services to corporate clients in the region, nationally and internationally.
Our approach is to provide experience and innovation in a manner that is bespoke to each of our clients' businesses.
As well as providing the best legal advice, we also pride ourselves on offering real commercial acumen which helps our clients make the best decisions for their businesses.
The firm's main practice areas are divided into three core groups: employment, corporate and property.
Employment law is what the firm first became well known for.
With a reputation built on contentious tribunal and High Court litigation, the Employment Group offers clients direct access to specialist advocates. It also specialises in non-contentious strategic advice and delivers made-to-measure training courses to support clients' management and human resources functions.
The Corporate Group offers specialist services which include corporate finance, business advisory services, business restructuring, insolvency, dispute resolution, commercial litigation and debt recovery. Providing the core services required by corporate clients, key individuals in this group are able to combine to provide the expertise required. …