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Watson Burton is a leading law firm with a well-earned reputation for helping our clients succeed. Offering the full range of commercial law services, we have significant nationwide coverage providing first class legal advice from offices in Newcastle, Leeds and London. Key to the firm’s success is a combination of commercial and technical experience delivered with a personal touch, which forms the foundation of many long-standing client relationships.



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Leading industry figures gather to assess opportunities for Yorkshire businesses seeking global expansion » 07 Apr 14

Sam Jardine

Watson Burton hosts a seminar to promote international trade for expanding businesses in the region.

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Legal firm partner up with NECC » 02 Apr 14

Left to Right: Duncan Reid of Watson Burton, Ross Smith and Joanne Fryett of NECC

The North East Chamber of Commerce and Watson Burton announce partnership

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Watson Burton appoints rising star » 21 Mar 14

Susan Liu

Corporate law expert Susan Liu joins Watson Burton

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Watson Burton to host International Trade Seminar » 14 Mar 14

Andrew Francey

Leading industry figures will gather to provide insight on maximising opportunities in the global market

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event: Property Litigation in a Post-Downturn Landscape » 22 May 14

Watson Burton has teamed up with Sanderson Weatherall to provide businesses in the North East an insight into property litigation.

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event: CPD Event » 01 May 14

Watson Burton LLP and NAWIC NE would like to invite you to a free CPD event.

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factsheet: Top tips for SMEs considering a successful export strategy » 11 Apr 14

Andrew Francey tells you what you need to know when taking the first steps towards international trade. Article as published in Fresh Business Thinking

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features: One must adjust » 07 Apr 14

Partner, Christopher Graham, discusses the duty to provide reasonable adjustments for disabled employees has been embedded in our legislation since 2006.

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