Wide-ranging services take your business from start-up to global expansion. More
Neumans LLP offers comprehensive legal support to your business. Our expert corporate and commercial team can assist you with company start-up, structure and re-structuring; all your commercial agreements and joint ventures; international transactions and all your regulatory requirements. We can advise on fraud and related matters; and will resolve any business disputes robustly, backed up with excellent litigators if required.
Fully comprehensive advice & representation in all criminal defence matters. More
Neumans is recognised as one of the leading criminal defence teams by the leading legal directory, Chambers UK. Our solicitors have an extensive knowledge of the workings of the criminal justice system, from police arrest to appellate proceedings and that expertise is what makes us leaders in our field.
Our dedicated team acts quickly and discreetly to resolve your problem. More
Our dedicated defamation and harassment law team provides effective, discreet advice to individuals, organisations and companies facing defamation, harassment or privacy issues. You can be confident we have the experience and expertise you require.
Realistic, practical advice on all relevant law for employers and employees. More
We have a reputation for excellence and a breadth of experience across most employment sectors, both public and private. We offer support, practical advice and professional expertise to both employers and employees, in all aspects of employment law, including acting in employment tribunals.
Specialist fraud & regulatory lawyers acting in serious civil and criminal cases. More
Our expertise in litigation and in all aspects of fraud and financial regulation gives our clients the confidence that we handle their affairs with discretion and professionalism throughout. Our highly specialised team draws on the skills of experienced lawyers who have specific knowledge and a proven track record in white-collar and corporate crime. Head of Department and Senior Partner, Nabeel Sheikh, has been profiled in the Legal Experts Directory since 2002 as a white-collar crime specialist and the firm was nominated as Business Crime Law Firm of the Year in the Lawyer Monthly Legal Awards 2012.
Call our specialist insolvency & restructuring team for pragmatic advice. More
Expert advice and effective solutions for personal and commercial disputes. More
The art of litigation is in knowing the best approach to take to meet the client’s objectives – whether you are pursuing a claim or defending one. We have the experience and expertise to represent you or your business confidently – whether defending your professional or personal interests from a claim, or pursuing a claim against another party.
Comprehensive support to regulated professionals from our specialist team. More
The professional regulatory team at Neumans has a record of experience acting in significant high-profile cases for members of regulated professions. We fully understand the vital importance for professionals of maintaining their right to practise, and represent you with absolute commitment, always bearing in mind that any adverse findings in fitness to practise hearings or removal from practising registers could destroy your career and ability to earn a living. We can also support you with any other issue relating to your employment or workplace.
Based in the heart of London, Neumans combines the expertise and professionalism of a City law firm with the personal approach, responsiveness and creativity of a boutique practice.
We pride ourselves on building strong professional and personal relationships with our clients; on our reputation for excellence in our core practice areas; and on the collaborative approach that allows us to develop fresh and creative strategies through sharing our expertise.
With the current climate – strikes by Southern Rail, London Underground and British Airways cabin crew, many of you may not be aware of the Trade Union Act 2016. The Act is not yet in force. However, a draft statutory instrument has now been published, defining “Important public services”, which suggest the new laws will come into force on 1 March 2017.
The issue in the case of Bellman v Northampton Recruitment was that after a work Christmas party had ended an employee was injured.