O’Connors refreshes its brand identity as its sector work ripples nationwide

O'ConnorsLiverpool and London-based firm of lawyers and business advisers, O’Connors, has launched a new digital-friendly brand identity and website as its sectoral work with insurance businesses, legal businesses and investment funds takes its service offering across the UK and beyond.

O’Connors, the trading name of O’Connors Legal Services Limited, was founded in 2003 with the aim of tackling, head on, the issues causing most frustration to businesspeople when using lawyers for strategic and legal advice on crucial projects and transactions.

Today, the firm provides a unique blend of commercial, corporate, insurance and regulatory expertise, positioning it perfectly to support businesses operating in complex regulated environments such as the insurance, legal and funds sectors.

This rare combination of technical knowledge and sector experience, delivered by clear thinkers with strong legal project management skills, has attracted clients from across the UK and global financial centres. The firm’s international reach means it can be alongside entrepreneurial management teams wherever in the world they are doing business.

O’Connors Director, John Spofforth, said:

“Every business, like a sports car, benefits from regular servicing, to make sure it is running as smoothly as possible. For us, lockdown meant a somewhat reluctant shift from face-to-face to digital engagement with our stakeholders. To our surprise, this won us valuable extra time talking with our clients, staff, and business friends to ensure we genuinely understand their changing needs and are fully geared up to respond to them.

The re-fresh of our brand identity and website www.oconnors.law reflects this feedback. It has also given us the opportunity to showcase more clearly some of the ground-breaking work our team is doing for some of the most innovative and successful businesses in the market.”


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