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Sarah Whittock

Director

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Specialist areas

  • Commercial support
  • Customer & supplier contracts
  • Employment law
  • Company secretarial
  • Shareholder agreements
  • Acquisitions

Sarah qualified as a solicitor in 2004 and spent 13 years in private legal practice before joining Whittock Consulting as non-practising Solicitor.

Sarah uses her experience of employment law and commercial law and acts as a legal consultant, giving clients access to her skills without paying the fees of a Solicitor. With these skills, she can advise on contractual matters, employment law issues and also provides a company secretarial service particularly assisting companies with their compliance needs.

Sarah likes to pursue a few of her passions including cycling, golf and karate.

"As someone unfamiliar with creating contracts and T&Cs, I was worried before getting in touch with WCL, but they quickly made things stress free and easy for me."
Frank West

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