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By learning all about our client’s biggest challenges. By cutting through legal complexity. And by finding practical, effective solutions. It’s an approach we’ve employed for decades. It’s how we’ve helped clients grow from small start-ups to major companies.
Because we’re more than just company commercial lawyers. We’re trusted advisors. Ready to listen to our clients’ challenges and ambitions. Ready for whenever they need us.
Our commercial team can assist your business at the very start of its journey, assisting you in making the best decisions for your business from the very beginning.
Buying or selling a business can be a complex process. Our team will work closely with you throughout the transaction to ensure that the advice that is provided allows you to proceed in the most advantageous way possible.
Starting a new business venture can be an exciting but also a stressful time in trying to identify whether your new business idea will take off whilst ensuring that you are protecting yourself in case it does not.
The advantages of owning your own business are obvious, but so too are the risks and that’s where franchises can be more appealing.
The agricultural sector has many specific demands and requirements and our extensive expertise in this field can provide you with practical legal advice.
If you are planning on setting up a business or project with a partner, it is worth having a properly drafted agreement, which sets out how the partnership will run.
Starting a new business can be exciting, but it is also important that you and your business partner have comprehensive documentation in place to deal with situations that can arise in the future. Our specialist solicitors are here to help you put a shareholder agreement in place.
It is crucial for your business to ensure that your standard terms and conditions of trading are up to date and fully incorporated into every contract and sale that your business enters into. If you think your terms of business need reviewing talk to our company commercial lawyers.
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