Innovative London law firm, iLaw, has been shortlisted in the ‘Business of the Year less than 50 Employees’ category at the prestigious SME National Business Awards 2019.
The sought-after awards recognise the achievements and contributions of the UK’s SMEs across all sectors.
iLaw is one of just a handful of firms from across the UK to have been shortlisted in the ‘Business of the Year less than 50 Employees’ category.
iLaw works with a wide range of innovative businesses providing advice on corporate and commercial matters, such as contracts and transactions, employment matters, intellectual property issues and litigation, as well as working in more niche areas such as film and media law and cryptocurrency and blockchain law.
The rigorous judging process has already seen iLaw make a detailed written submission to the judges, setting out its achievements over the last 12 months as the firm aims to become the leading boutique practice for the IT, telecoms, media and technology sectors in the UK.
Mark Culbert, Managing Director at iLaw, said: “This is wonderful recognition for our whole team as we seek to grow the practice in order to provide our market-leading services to an increasing number of businesses, including many household names.”
iLaw is no stranger to awards success, having last year been named as a finalist in the Boutique Law firm of the Year at the British Legal Awards.