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We are OTB Eveling

OTB Eveling LLP is a niche law firm providing legal services in:

  • Corporate Transactions

  • Disputes and Litigation

  • Commercial Property Transactions

  • Commercial Arrangements

  • Employment

  • Transport Regulation 

We offer a results-focused but collaborative service to businesses, owners and investors. We advise on solving and preventing problems. We provide our clients with expertise and support. We believe senior business people want seasoned lawyers who cut to the chase and get the job done with the minimum of fuss. We help turn decisions into actions. We are passionate about client service and delivering value for money.

Our rates are competitive and can be success based in the right situation. We are a young growing practice where relationships with our clients, referrers, suppliers and employees mean a lot to us: they are our future. We are based in Exeter, Devon where we enjoy a strong presence in the regional market and we also have an office in Mayfair, London. Our lawyers have experience working regionally, nationally and overseas.

Our corporate and commercial practice, commercial litigation practice and commercial property practice are all ranked in the 2015 edition of the renowned Legal 500 publication.  We are also ranked in the Chambers UK 2016 Guide.

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Latest News

Road Transport News – Revocation of Operator Licence for Wolverhampton Operator

Friday 17 February 2017

Bushbury Plant and Tool Hire, who are a plant and tool hire firm, has been banned from operating HGVs for a year. West Midlands Traffic Commissioner, Nick Denton, described its vehicle maintenance procedures as “one of the worst he had … Continue reading

Road Transport News – Operator Compliance Risk Score (OCRS) Changes

Tuesday 7 February 2017

The Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency have now introduced significant changes to the OCRS system. New Combined Score The operators combined roadworthiness and traffic scores will appear in OCRS reports although operators can still view the individual scores. Straight to … Continue reading