Under most construction contracts, the contractor takes on the ground conditions risk. However, a recent case has demonstrated that the risk can fall on the employer.
Anthony Collins Solicitors is a thriving specialist law firm with a national reputation for advising businesses, individuals, housing associations, local authorities and not-for-profits throughout the UK. For over 40 years we’ve been successfully combining market-leading legal expertise with a commitment to improving lives, communities and society.
We’ve attracted a highly skilled team of people whose genuine passion in their field of work keeps us at the forefront of the sector that we serve.
We are recruiting corporate lawyers to join a team of lawyers that advises our clients, especially those in our health and social care, housing, and local government and social business sectors. The focus of our corporate transactions team is business sales; mergers and acquisitions; company group re-organisations; due diligence, joint ventures; limited liability partnerships and shareholder protection.
As such you will be someone who has an outstanding background (preferably 2 to 5 years PQE) in corporate and commercial law within a dynamic environment, but now wishes to apply your skills for a purpose that excites you.
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Anthony Collins Solicitors is an Equal Opportunities Employer.
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