Druces’ lawyers have been active for many years in the field of renewable energy, both in the UK and internationally, advising contractors, banks, project developers and investors.
Banking & Finance
Druces’ banking and finance team offers expert advice on a broad range of transactions to a diverse client base.
Charities & Philanthropy
We advise a wide range of charity clients on all the legal issues which affect them. From commercial matters, tax issues, fundraising and investment, employment law, and intellectual property to dispute resolution.
Construction & Engineering
We have a strong multi-disciplinary Construction and Engineering team that provides advice and assistance to a wide range of owners, developers, contractors, specialist sub-contractors and consultants across the construction and engineering sector.
Druces’ healthcare group is made up of experienced individuals from our Corporate & Commercial, Dispute Resolution, Property, Restructuring and Insolvency teams.
International Wealth & Fiduciary
Druces’ International Wealth and Fiduciary team provides services for individuals and families; family offices and trustees who require advice in connection with their UK and international interests.
In the changing regulatory landscape for investment funds, clients regularly seek our advice on the whole range of issues which affect them, We have a track record of successfully advising funds in all these stages of their life.
We provide expert advice to investors on the terms of their investment and subsequent exit.
We have a great deal of experience advising leisure and hospitality operators on all their legal needs.
Exceptional technical knowledge of the natural resources sector sets us apart.
We have a strong track record of advising retailers across the range of commercial, corporate, property and dispute resolution matters and helping to grow, protect and re-gear their businesses in an ever-changing socio-economic climate.
Druces pioneered investment in property by syndication for private investors more than 20 years ago, enabling individuals to join syndicates in order to invest in commercial property as part of a group.