East Anglian law firm Prettys agrees partnership with immigration specialist Davidson Morris

From left, Jackie Woodland (Davidson Morris), Angharad Ellis Owen (Prettys), Kelly Sayers (Prettys),

From left, Jackie Woodland (Davidson Morris), Angharad Ellis Owen (Prettys), Kelly Sayers (Prettys), Sarah Furniss (Prettys) and Adam Hoefel (Davidson Morris). - Credit: Archant

Regional law firm Prettys has formed a partnership with immigration law specialist Davidson Morris to help meet rising demand for international employment advice.

Prettys sais the partnership will enable it to offer a seamless service across a range of international issues, including immigration advice and support.

Matthew Cole, partner and head of employment services at Prettys, said: “We have been working with Davidson Morris for over four years and we are pleased to have now created a formal partnership.

“Managing immigration issues is a very specialised skill set and so it is a hugely beneficial addition to the international employment advice we already provide to our clients.”

Anne Morris, managing director at Davidson Morris, added: “We see the partnership with Prettys as a natural fit and it means our clients can also access a wide range of employment services above and beyond the immigration advice that we specialise in.”

Prettys range of services to international businesses already includes developing cross-border employment policies, supporting global restructuring, standardising contracts, benefits packages and tax issues.

The increase in international employment advice is part of a wider expansion of employment and related services which is being offered by Prettys, at both its Ipswich and Chelmsford offices.