From tax collection to health and safety issues, European working directives to pension rights and debt recovery to employment law, the list of rules and regulations is endless.
However, here at Burnett Barker Solicitors, our expert business lawyers can help.
Through day-to-day contact with local businesses and our membership of various organisations including: Best of Bury St Edmunds, Bid4Bury, Suffolk ProHelp, Lawyers for Your Business and the Chamber of Commerce, we keep in touch with business owners and managers and the daily demands you face.
From large regional businesses and partnerships to one-man bands and start-ups, we have the expertise to guide you through the red tape and let you concentrate on what you do best.
There are few areas we have not been asked to deal with in all the years we've been in business so get in touch and we can put our legal and commercial know-how to good use!
Some of the business groups we're members of:
- Bestof Bury St Edmunds
- Bury St Edmunds Chamber of Commerce
- Lawyers for Your Business
- Suffolk ProHelp
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