2020 Business Law

A Legal Consultancy


2020 Business Law is a trading name of Ervin Hall Limited, a company registered in England and Wales under company number 10101116.

2020 Business Law operates as a legal consultancy and not a traditional solicitors/law firm.  It is not authorised or regulated by the SRA.

2020 Business Law does not conduct any of the following activities and is therefore not required to be authorised or regulated by the SRA:

1. Reserved legal services, i.e. the six specific legal services activities under the Legal Services Act 2007 that only those, such as law firms authorised by the Solicitors Regulation Authority, can carry on, and which are:

  • the exercise of a right of audience
  • the conduct of litigation
  • reserved instrument activities
  • probate activities
  • notarial activities
  • the administration of oaths

2. Immigration services;

3. Claims management services; or

4. Regulated financial services.


We provide legal advice in non-contentious company, commercial, employment, intellectual property and data protection matters, which are not reserved activities.

For information on the legal services 2020 Business Law does provide to its clients please look at our “What We Do” Section.


2020 Business Law currently employs four solicitors; Tad Ostrowski, Alison Morjaria, Emma Clist and Rebecca Pugh and uses other solicitors and legally qualified staff as consultants.

Although Tad, Alison, Emma and Rebecca are regulated by the SRA in their personal capacities, they and our other consultants are not practising as solicitors when providing services through 2020 Business Law


We sincerely hope that you will be more than satisfied with the service provided to you by 2020 Business Law.

However if you do have any concerns, queries, complaint or observations about our services please contact Tad Ostrowski at your earliest convenience on 020 3740 2370 or tad@2020businesslaw.co.uk

As Tad Ostrowski and Emma Clist are practising Solicitors, you have the right to refer any complaints about the services provided by either of them or any charges associated with such services to the Legal Ombudsman.  Please see our terms and conditions for further details on raising a complaint.


2020 Business Law maintains professional indemnity insurance in the sum of £1,000,000. As 2020 Business Law is not regulated by the SRA we are not required to comply with the requirements that apply to firms of solicitors and any client of 2020 Business Law will not be able to make a claim on the SRA compensation fund.