As the daily restrictions on the way we live and work tighten once more we are all having to adjust again. That said, KKI has been operating remotely since the middle of March.
During that time we have continued to seamlessly provide the high quality advice and service which is at the core of who we are. So, as far as we are concerned, it’s business as usual.
Stay safe and well. We’re here for you – as always.
The Kalus Kenny Intelex Difference
It means having sector expertise
Our lawyers offer outstanding commercial and legal experience in a number of key industries. We know that choosing a lawyer who understands your business will not only make a big difference to the outcome of your matter but potentially reduce legal costs.
It means providing clarity
Legal expertise and industry experience means we provide clear, commercial advice and strategies. We explain all your options, including strategy and costs.
It means understanding objectives and risk
We share our clients’ successes by becoming a true strategic partner in their pursuits. We always seek to deliver more value to you by offering business outcomes as well as legal advice.
It means being a different kind of lawyer
Our personal and proactive approach ensures we stay in step with your thinking. Our lawyers and support staff are talented and responsive. You will find us friendly and straightforward to deal with. We will tell you what we think and strive hard to deliver your desired outcome.
We will be direct and if need be, brutally honest. We are not a cheer squad and don’t pretend to be – but whether your situation is routine, positive or threatening, you will know. And you’ll know what to do about it.
Sectors with Expertise
From our Knowledge Base
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