Ellisons Solicitors is once again delighted to have been recommended within the Chambers UK directory.

The recommendations reflect the hard work from Ellisons’ team of excellent lawyers, who continue to strive to put the needs of their clients first and gain long lasting relationships.

In total five practice areas were recommended, along with seven lawyers, of which three were graded Band 1.

Ellisons received notable mentions within the following practice areas: Corporate & Commercial, Dispute Resolution, Property Litigation, Commercial Property, Personal Injury, Employment and Family.

The Commercial Property team are described as: “Very responsive, competitive on fees, very good service. I’m impressed by the quality of the people they’ve got.”

The “excellent” Guy Longhurst [Commercial Property] is “very commercial and very bright” according to clients, who add that “he’s very assertive; people take notice of what he says in meetings.” He focuses on acquisitions and disposals of commercial and residential development sites and investment properties.

Philip Roberts [Commercial Property] advises on the sale and purchase of commercial property, as well as on landlord and tenant work. Clients describe his efficiency and reliability in the face of tight deadlines.

Ellisons [Property Litigation Department] are a very effective, efficient operation – they get things done and they are a firm that really gives you added value.” One client described Lee Pearce as “highly diligent, totally reliable and always available,” adding: “He is everything you would want in a lawyer.” Lee is highly experienced in commercial and residential landlord and tenant matters.

For Employment, ranked lawyer Julian Outen is a partner experienced in all elements of employment law, including TUPE, discrimination cases and boardroom disputes. Clients state that “he’s clear, concise, and his knowledge is spot-on.”

Robert Gair [Ranked 1 for Personal Injury] “has a great appreciation of the tactical realities of situations and a very good eye for detail.” He has a broad practice which includes acquired brain injury, industrial disease, RTAs, workplace accidents, public liability and occupiers’ liability.