Entries by Pattersons Commercial Law

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Pattersons Commercial Law Supports Entrepreneurial Students

Pattersons Commercial Law and The Sir Thomas White Loan Charity delivered prizes worth more than £6,000 to finalists of Leicester College’s first-ever Pitch Your Passion competition, which came to a conclusion on Friday (23 March) afternoon. A video game developer, personalised textile creator and an innovative writing tool were the three ventures that benefited from the […]

Pattersons Commercial Law partners with Leicester College in ‘Pitch Your Passion’ competition

Pattersons Commercial Law is partnering with Leicester College’s ‘Pitch Your Passion’ competition as it aims aims to help entrepreneurial students get their business ideas off the ground. ‘Pitch Your Passion’ is a competition open to all full and part-time Level 3 or above students attending the college, providing an opportunity for budding entrepreneurs to showcase […]

A YEAR IN REFLECTION

What an interesting year! As Pattersons Commercial Law turns a year old, I have reflected on the last year, thought about the things I have learned along the way and planned for the year ahead. The benefit of a little self-reflection is the ability to understand what worked well with the business plan and to […]

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Pattersons Commercial Law advises I&L Biosystems

German life science firm invests into Leicester  German life sciences specialist, I&L Biosystems, has chosen Leicester as a base for its UK presence as it seeks to open new markets. Founded in 1991, I&L Biosystems Group employs +55 people in LifeScience Distribution across Europe, specialising in laboratory equipment in microbiology, cell biology, biotechnology and process […]

Election Results… Is the future still bright?

As at 10.45am  on Friday 9 June, Theresa May seeks to form a new Government.  What does this mean for business? Theresa May called the snap election to strengthen her hand at the Brexit negotiations because she felt she needed a larger majority.  The gamble didn’t pay off and inadvertently what this election seems to […]