Saturday, June 6, 2020

Pattersons Commercial Law launches new Leicester office

Guests from Leicestershire’s business community joined Pattersons Commercial Law for the official opening of its new offices on Pear Tree Business Park, Ratby. 

Around 50 professionals and local business owners joined owner director Rik Pancholi, the Lord-Lieutenant of Leicestershire Michael Kapur, OBE, and the Pattersons Commercial Law team to mark the event with afternoon tea.

The firm was set up in the autumn of 2016 and has seven members of staff, although there are plans for further growth according to Rik Pancholi:

“The last couple of years have flown by and we’ve seen a lot of changes within the business, with talented people joining us and some fantastic deals completed. The new office is the next step in my plans for an exciting, sustainable law firm that challenges some of the existing models but holds traditional values of common sense and added value close to its heart through an unwavering commitment to excellence.

“Our fixed fee model continues to work well as it offers transparency to everyone involved. This means we spend less time watching the clock and more time doing the work for our clients, results are key. Of course there are many law firms out there who do what we do but I want to challenge the ways in which traditional law firms are set up whilst continuing to provide diligent professional advice, first class client care and value for money by building a team of highly skilled professionals who understand our mission. In fact, I hope to announce a new member of the team in the very near future.

“I would like to thank everyone who was able to attend our event and especially the team here who helped to bring it all together so well and of course Michael Kapur, OBE, who took time out of his busy schedule to support us.”

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