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Pannone Solicitors is a full service law firm, initially founded in 1852. With headquarters on Deansgate in Manchester, the firm serves business and private clients throughout the North West, as well as nationally and internationally.

As a leading law firm, Pannone Solicitors is recognised by The Legal 500 Guide and Lexcel, as well as being the first UK law firm to gain the ISO9001. 2010 was the seventh year running that Pannone has been the highest-placed law firm in The Sunday Times 100 Best Companies list. As a founding member of the Pannone Law Group, the company is part of a network of 1,200 lawyers in over 20 countries, allowing confident handling of client needs on an international scale.

Pannone Solicitors specialises in many aspects of the law, including property, family law, IP and E-commerce, employment law, corporate, financial, and also represents Polish nationals in personal injury claims. The firm now employs 355 lawyers and 110 highly-involved partners, and prides itself on providing a fast, efficient and cost-effective legal service.

theEword gave Pannone Solicitors an SEO consultation, and provided copywriting services. Pages for the website were rebuilt to an SEO specification, whilst existing site and mailshot content was rewritten.

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