Endeavour Partnership has again been recognised as one of the North East’s top corporate and commercial practices in an influential guide.
Every department at Stockton-based Endeavour Partnership has been highly ranked by the trusted industry guide The Legal 500, which also highlights key partners as some of the best in their field of expertise.
Endeavour’s corporate and commercial team was said to be ‘a pragmatic and practical team of problem solvers’ who provided ‘the highest possible level of service’.
Endeavour’s managing partner Paul Bury (pictured above) was singled out as one of the North East’s ‘leading individuals’ in corporate and commercial, while senior associate Martin McKinnell was described as a ‘next generation lawyer’.
The Legal 500 also praised Endeavour’s employment team for having ‘excellent communication skills and unmatched accessibility’ and was described as ‘an exceptional firm in the region’. Partner, Stephen Elliott, was singled out as ‘vastly experienced’.
And the legal firm’s insolvency department was said to be ‘peerless in the Teesside area’ thanks to its ‘phenomenal success rate’.
In addition, Endeavour Partnership’s litigation and commercial property departments were also listed in the Legal 500’s top tier.
Bury said: “We always strive to provide a no-nonsense and practical service and our team includes some of the most talented and skilled lawyers in the sector. They’re a real asset to the legal profession in the North East.
“Our firm offers a City-standard service at a realistic price. We have a huge amount of pride in ‘flying the flag’ for Teesside and recognition from the prestigious Legal 500 confirms that the Endeavour Partnership more than holds its own against firms in the bigger cities of Manchester, Leeds and Newcastle.”
Endeavour employs a team of 54 and has a reputation spanning over 16 years, providing high quality advice on a range of business law matters including mergers and acquisitions, intellectual property, employment, commercial property and corporate recovery and insolvency from its headquarters at Teesdale in Stockton.