A law firm providing high quality legal advice to businesses and individuals. Based in Lichfield and London the service we offer is practical and positive. The emphasis being on building a strong relationship with our clients.
We offer a partner led service which focuses on delivering results. Combining technical excellence with a sound understanding of our clients requirements we can ensure we meet your expectations both in terms of service delivery and budget.
We provide a high quality service tailored to your needs. We act for large insurance companies and plcs who require the same standards from us as that of any large legal practice. Those high standards which we employ are applied equally to all our clients from the owner managed business, many of which we have acted on behalf of for more than one generation, to schools, churches, new ventures, etc. We forge strong links with our clients and are able to offer them a full spectrum of services.
We also pride ourselves on our expert private client team who are well known locally and have strong connections in the Lichfield area.
We would be delighted to act for you but if you have any questions which are not covered by this website please do not hesitate to contact us.
Lichfield Shrovetide Pancake Race
A Robin good time had by all …… Tuesday 28 February 2017 saw members of staff from Keelys LLP take part in the annual Lichfield Shrovetide Pancake Race. The Shrovetide Race is an historic feature of Lichfield’s social calendar and … Continue reading
Employment Law Update
On Thursday 23 March we are hosting an employment law update and HR roundtable discussion, in conjunction with the CIPD. The event will be at our offices in Lichfield (28 Dam Street) and will begin at 11.30, for 11.45. Paul … Continue reading
CIPD Employment Law Event
Paul Roberts, head of our employment department, will be speaking at the next Black Country CIPD Employment Law Event on Wednesday 29 March, at Wolverhampton Science Park, from 9-1.30. Paul will be presenting an employment law update. There will also … Continue reading
Gender Pay Gap Regulations Published
The Equality Act 2010 (Gender Pay Gap Information) Regulations 2017 will come into force in April. To summarise, the requirements introduced by the Regulations will be as follows: The reporting obligation will apply to all private sector employers with 250 … Continue reading