National law firm Buckles confirms continuing sponsorship of Nottingham City Business Club

National law firm Buckles Solicitors LLP, which has an office on Park Row in Nottingham city centre, has confirmed that it will be continuing its sponsorship of Nottingham City Business Club.

The firm has offices in London, Peterborough and Stamford as well as Nottingham and, through its alliance with Castaldi Partners, also in Paris and Milan. 

They provide a comprehensive range of legal services to both businesses and individuals across the UK and internationally. This includes company commercial law, construction & engineering, employment law, dispute resolution, commercial property, planning law and environmental law.

The Nottingham team is headed by partner and head of the firm’s construction and engineering team, James Coppinger, who began his legal career in the city.

James commented: “Our decision to renew our sponsorship of NCBC was an easy one to make. It has paid dividends in many ways from helping us to cement existing relationships to creating new ones, and of course maintaining our profile within the NCBC business community.”

Ian Roberts, president of the club, said: “We are delighted that Buckles Solicitors has decided to continue its sponsorship of the club.  We have greatly valued the relationship and look forward to working with the Buckles team over the next year at club events.

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