Max Tebbitts is a Commercial Solicitor and the managing director of Tebbitts Commercial Solicitors based in Crewe and Warrington. The firm was established in 2010 as a commercial law practice specialising in providing legal advice and services for small to medium sized businesses in Cheshire. Max brings a significant understanding of, and aptitude for, the business and commercial world which has been developed over many years of experience working for a wide range of clients and work. He has worked on large contracts for public sector clients, corporate matters for SMEs, finance companies, retail outlets, brewers, public companies, children’s nurseries, banks, insurance companies, individuals, technology companies, construction companies, debt recovery companies, recruitment companies, landlords, telecom and information technology companies, software companies, manufacturers, printers and several other sectors.
Max trained at the Inns of Court School of Law and was called to the bar in 2000. He began his legal career at national firm Beachcroft LLP and later worked within regional law firms in Stockport and Liverpool. He has over 20 years’ professional experience in commercial transactions, mergers and acquisitions, employment law, business debt recovery and dispute resolution.
Prior to becoming a qualified solicitor, Max spent a number of years working in commercial roles in the corporate sector in Lichfield and London. For this reason the firm approaches the business world with a strong commercial awareness. The firm views its role as a facilitator in enabling things to happen and sees it as important to remain aware of the overall objectives of a transaction. With commercial legal issues it is sometimes necessary to strike a delicate balance among a number of critical issues and Tebbitts Commercial Solicitors is trusted by its clients to take the right approach.
He is currently President of the South Cheshire Law Society which provides training and events for its members. Other interests includes taking the dog for a walk in the mountains of Snowdonia, and golf on a Sunday morning if the sun is out!