Established in Nottingham for over 200 years, Fraser Brown Solicitors are proud to be the oldest independent firm of solicitors in the city and to have provided legal services to many local businesses and individuals.
Our award winning Commercial Legal Services are regarded as among the best in the region. With a wide variety of clients from multi national organisations to SMEs our team are available to offer a full range of legal solutions across commercial matters.
Our experience and expertise ensure the highest quality of service, whilst our approach is always friendly, customer focused and cost-effective to assure you of the very best results. We have the knowledge and experience to give you the best advice possible.
At Fraser Brown we understand that time is precious and getting information to you quickly and efficently is one of our main priorities. That's why, in addition to valuing direct communication with our clients, we believe in making the most of technology to get you the informaton you need, when you need it.
The corporate team at Fraser Brown has continued to expand, with the addition of a new solicitor. This follows on from the recruitment of a partner and newly qualified solicitor to the department last year.
Historically the Employment Tribunal has been reluctant to make costs awards. However, in the case of Chadburn v Doncaster & Bassetlaw Hospital NHS Foundation Trust & Anor, the EAT upheld a decision to award £10,000 of costs against the Claimant.
Following the Government’s decision to reduce the cap on unfair dismissal compensation from £74,200 to one year’s salary, which came into force on 29 July 2013, a law firm called Compromise Agreements Ltd sought a legal challenge.
The Live Music Act 2012 created an exemption for premises authorised and open to sell or supply alcohol for consumption on the premises to provide live music between 8.00am and 11.00 pm without the need to give a temporary event notice or be licensed
Fraser Brown is a partnership of limited companies. Any references to partners in any document should be taken as being references to the directors of the limited companies and not to individual partners of the firm.