After a very hectic couple of days at the London Business Show 2018 we are now back at the offices of OTS Solicitors looking back on a very busy few days. We never realised that talking business could be such fun but with OTS Solicitors attending, exhibiting and speaking at the UK’s biggest business show with its 25,000 visitors we all thoroughly enjoyed the event. We will be booking our tickets and stand for the London Business Show 2019.
As well as talking to lots of established business owners, start-up company office holders and would be entrepreneurs we got to do what we love to do- talking about OTS Solicitors and the business of law including:
• Our business immigration services – the quality of our advice and service has been recognised by the leading legal publication, Legal 500. OTS Solicitors are ranked in the latest edition for business immigration and are experts at sponsorship licence applications, sponsorship licence management, business immigration audit and compliance services as well as advising on all types of Business Immigration Visas;
• Our HR support services - providing bespoke training on employment law and immigration law to HR departments to make sure companies are up to date with the law and have adequate compliance procedures in place;
• Our employer legal services - providing commercially driven solutions-based advice on all aspects of employment law for employers;
• Our corporate legal services - providing advice from shareholder agreements to business restructures and resolving contractual disputes.
The people we spoke to at the London Business Show 2018 all shared our passion for business and it was great to have the opportunity to speak to so many business owners and would be entrepreneurs.
Teni Shahiean, CEO and co-founder of OTS Solicitors, spoke at the Business Show on the topic ‘’immigration as a business choice: hidden benefits post Brexit’’. Most business owners appreciate just how complex immigration rules and regulations are and have a natural caution about falling foul of employment law given the potential financial and reputational cost to a business. Throw Brexit into the mix and many business owners can end up feeling a sense of despair. That is why we think that Teni Shahiean’s talk on business immigration and highlighting the post Brexit benefits was so well received as it looked at a difficult topic in a business friendly manner.
All of us at OTS Solicitors loved exhibiting at the London Business Show 2018. We are a young company and can relate to the experiences of fellow business owners and entrepreneurs, knowing that they are too busy for legal jargon, and just want commercial, cost effective, business friendly, no flannel, and proactive legal advice so that they do not fall foul of the intricacies of business employment, immigration and corporate and commercial law.
For the best expert legal advice and outcome on your UK immigration application, contact OTS immigration solicitors on 0203 959 9123 or contact us online.
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Posted on: Thursday, 29 November, 2018