Vincent Billings & Bhavika Badola

Vincent Billings is a corporate commercial solicitor with 10 years experience helping businesses, whether they are start-ups or large multinationals. He has a particular interested in the tech sector but it is his passion for business generally and helping clients that motivates him. Prior to leading his team at Bolt Burdon Solicitors, Vince worked in-house for car giant Fiat meaning he now has a unique blend of commerciality and sound legal judgment which endears him to his many satisfied clients.

Bhavika Badola is a highly regarded employment solicitor with previous experience working for the Volkswagen Group’s UK legal team. She advises clients across all sectors and is adept at ensuring businesses are well prepared for the demands placed on them by the ever changing and increasingly complicated employment legislation. Drawing on her 8 years experience, Bhavika understands commercial and employment matters from within the industry to enable her to provide practical commercial advice.

Legal Fit Test – is your business healthy or at risk?

Find out how to make your business legally ‘fit for business’. We will share the results of our Legal Fit Test and highlight the common failings. Our commercially savvy solicitors will present an easy-to-follow fitness plan to get you in the peak of health – legally speaking. Follow the plan, and your business will be better safeguarded and less exposed to risk – allowing you to focus on your customers.

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