In-house Commercial/Commercial Litigation Counsel

England, Cheshire
£35000.00 - £43000.00 per annum
04 Aug 2017
01 Sep 2017
Oliver Gibbon
Full time
Contract type

In-house commercial/commercial litigation lawyer sought by this in-house company for a FTC.

Your new company

This business is successful in its sector and has a good profile.

Your new role

This in-house role will see you advise on both commercial and litigation matters. The position is for a fixed term contract of 12 months to commence in October. The position will involve you advising on a range of commercial contracts, IT agreements, software licences, agency agreements as well as confidentiality agreements. You will also handle litigation brought against the group, debt recovery matters as well as enforcement proceedings.

What you'll need to succeed

This in-house role is open to a lawyer with 2-5 years' pqe. You should have good commercial drafting experience as well as knowledge of litigation and the Civil procedure Rules 1998.

What you'll get in return

This is a varied and interesting in-house fixed term contract role for 12 months that will see you join a thriving business in a pleasant location.

What you need to do now

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