Leading law firm Blake Morgan host drop in sessions during Cardiff Business Week

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Lawyers at leading Welsh law firm Blake Morgan are hosting drop in sessions for businesses during Cardiff Business Week.

A team of specialists in commercial and corporate law will be on hand to offer their advice on a range of topics from how to protect your intellectual property to employment agreements, real estate, deal making and dispute resolution.

Head quartered in One Central Square, Blake Morgan is a full service law firm who act for large corporates, entrepreneurs and owner-managed-businesses, public sector and charity organisations.

The firm is proud sponsors of this year's Capital 200 – a list compiled by Cardiff Metropolitan University which recognises the top 100 private businesses by revenue and the top 100 growing private businesses in the region.

Cardiff Business Week will take place this November and will play host to a portfolio of business events at the Principality stadium. The Blake Morgan team will be on hand to give advice on Wednesday 9th and Thursday 10th November.

Visitors to Cardiff Business Week can either meet members of the Blake Morgan team in suites 93 & 94 or arrange a private meeting at One Central Square.

Emyr Lewis, Senior Partner in Wales, said: “Cardiff has a thriving business community and we are proud to sponsor the Capital 200 listing which recognises the achievements of local businesses.  As a full service law firm we help businesses through their life cycle from start up to acquisitions, mergers, buy-outs and disposals. Many of our key clients are international businesses which grew from start-ups that we advised. Our team of specialist advisors look forward to meeting with local businesses during the event and helping to answer their questions."

The prestigious event gives businesses and organisations from the ten local authority areas covering South East Wales the opportunity to showcase their products and services throughout the two days; acting as a springboard to connect the region with thousands of businesses that are looking to the Welsh capital for exceptional talent and innovative edge.