Tees is a full service law firm, providing comprehensive business services in and around Royston.

Our highly experienced corporate solicitors cover commercial property, employment law, litigation and company law. Established in 1913, Tees has its roots in the local community – and we’ve grown over the years to 5 offices across the region. Our other offices are in Bishop’s Stortford, Cambridge, Chelmsford and Saffron Walden.

We act for a wide range of clients from companies, partnerships, limited liability partnerships, sole traders, charities, schools, local authorities, private and public healthcare providers, professional associations, large corporations, pension funds, national retailers and national and international investors.

Commercial property

Our commercial property solicitors in Royston have a great depth of experience, and can advise on:

      • • Purchase and sale of commercial property
        • • Developing land
          • • Commercial leases.


Corporate disputes and litigation

Our litigators are highly experienced and committed to solving business disputes with the minimum of stress and expense. We can advise on:

        • • Multi-party contract disputes
          • • Shareholder and partnership disputes
            • • Insolvency
              • • Intellectual property
                • • Professional negligence.


Corporate disputes and litigation

Our skilled employment law solicitors in Royston represent employers on a full range of employment issues including:

        • • Settlement agreements
          • • Mediation and tribunals
            • • TUPE
              • • Managing restructures
                • • Hr policies and procedures.


Company law

Our corporate solicitors deal with high-value and complex transactions, including company re-organisations, share and asset sales and corporate financing arrangements. We can provide expert advice on matters such as succession planning, share ownership and commercial dispute resolution. We also provide specialist support on intellectual property and e-commerce issues.