As this Law Gazette article highlights, those lawyers who are best placed to advise their commercial clients are those who have a wide understanding and experience in commercial matters including property, employment, litigation and acquisitions so as to provide their advice in the context of the clients' business as whole. Advice should always be provided in a commercial context and should not be in the context of just one discipline as there is always an overlap between various legal disciplines. As a firm this is something we try and encourage with our people.