Pennington Manches Cooper LLP
Pennington Manches Cooper LLP
125 Wood St
Penningtons Manches Cooper is a leading UK and international law firm, which provides high quality legal advice tailored to both businesses and individuals. Today, it has UK offices in the City of London, Basingstoke, Birmingham, Cambridge, Guildford, Oxford and Reading while its overseas network stretches from Asia to Europe through to its presence in Singapore, Piraeus, Paris and Madrid.
Penningtons Manches Cooper has 130 partners and employs over 880 people. Its highly skilled multi-disciplinary life sciences team supports the full range of legal needs for the sector. It is proud to hold the accolade of three ‘Law Firm of the Year’ awards, recognised for its expertise and excellence in the sector.
The real estate team has over 100 lawyers who can provide advice at every stage of the business life cycle from initial planning considerations to funding, construction and real estate advice. The team advise science and innovation parks and their tenants on a multitude of matters.
Clients range from small and medium sized businesses to larger PLCs and multi-national enterprises in the sector and it works closely with research organisations and venture capital funds. Clients commend the firm for its responsive and innovative approach and for its collaborative culture.
For more information, please visit www.penningtonslaw.com or call+ 44(0)20 7457 3000.
Taking a lease on a science park? How to overcome financial pitfalls. The second blog in the series from Giorgia Clements, Penningtons Manches Cooper LLP
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