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Rubric Law is a group of experienced solicitors who provide legal support for you and your business.
We’re not your typical solicitors. We keep things clear and simple, updating you every step of the way. Have a question? Expect an answer within 24 hours. No confusion, no waiting – just straightforward legal support you can trust.
We specialise in all aspects of corporate law from mergers and acquisitions to restructuring and demergers; as well as shareholder agreements and equity investments.
We are committed to providing excellent commercial legal advice that your business needs. Take a look at what we advise on.
Our proactive and transparent service ensures we take care of your transactions efficiently; whether you’re selling, purchasing or leasing your commercial property.
In the ever-changing landscape of employment law, Rubric stays by your side to ensure you have constant bespoke and robust support.
WHat makes Rubric different?
In a fast-paced world where the human touch seems to have gotten lost, we take the time to get to know what you and your business need, and we stand by you throughout the entire process.
- Our advice is honest and effective, with a total package that rivals larger firms.
- We do what we say. Our guaranteed communication charter means you know what to expect from us and when, with regular updates.
- We treat our clients the way we would want to be treated.
- We relish a fresh challenge. We use our experience and skills to provide a client-focused and unrivalled service.
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