The Endeavour Partnership has ranked as Tier 1 in this year’s Legal 500 for its corporate and commercial, dispute resolution and commercial property departments, alongside individual recognition for multiple team members.
The Endeavour Partnership, Teesside’s largest independent commercial law firm, has acted in collaboration with Azets, the UK top ten accountancy firm, in advising on the sale of Cambridge Research Biochemicals Limited to Biosynth. The transaction was completed on Friday 5th May marking a significant milestone in the biotechnology industry.
But where do employers stand in all this? We may well like the idea of our workforce spending the day with their families around the TV marking this important constitutional moment, but how do we ensure the impact on our business operation is minimal? We had two additional bank holidays last year and the prospect of another […]
What is the Register of Overseas Entities? The ROE is a public register held by Companies House showing the beneficial (actual) owners of UK property. The ROE came into force on 1 August 2022 through the new Economic Crime (Transparency and Enforcement) Act 2022. Before the Act, a company owning property in the UK did […]
The Endeavour Partnership has a long history of looking after AV Dawson which goes back many years. The family run business has a big presence in the Tees Valley owning and operating the Port of Middlesbrough, but, as its strapline states, it is more than just a port.
Tees Valley Arts is a charity that uses the arts to promote social change. The organisation celebrates its 40th anniversary this year and has taken the opportunity to review how it operates and what its role is within the community.
We’re delighted to announce that we’ll be supporting the TeamLuke Foundation as our nominated charity of 2022. The organisation was set up as a legacy to Luke Bell, an inspirational eight-year-old boy who lost his battle with neuroblastoma in 2018 after fighting the disease for 21 months.
The Endeavour Partnership has been successful in a major tender exercise securing a key position on a prestigious panel for the delivery of legal support to the Tees Valley Mayor and Combined Authority and associated bodies over the next four years.
With anti-bullying week coming up on the 15th of November, it is disturbing to see how such well-known organisations can still get it so wrong. Not only has it been proven that racial harassment and bullying took place within Yorkshire Cricket Club, but the handling of the investigatory process has also been disastrous.
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