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Corporate & Commercial

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Corporate & Commercial

At some point in your commercial life you will have to deal with a dispute.

The best way to avoid such disputes is to draft robust and intelligent contracts and analytically review these carefully, before entering a new business relationship.

 

Well drafted contracts offer a transparent view of what is being provided and what is expected in return, together with a road map for resolving any disputes in the business relationship along the way. Contract disputes stubbornly remain one of the most common legal expenses.

 

We provide a complete range of corporate and commercial advice and support for clients and draft all types of commercial contracts ranging from franchise agreements, service agreements, supply agreements, terms of business agreements, sponsorship agreements, share sale and purchase agreements.

 

We can also support your company with company secretarial and registered office services.

 

The type of work we do:
 

Commercial

  • Service agreements

  • Franchise & licensing agreements

  • Joint Venture agreements

  • Outsourcing agreements

  • NDA’s

  • IT and software contracts

  • Agency and distribution

 

Commercial Support

  • Company secretarial & Registered Office Support

 

Corporate

  • Acquisitions & Mergers

  • Re-organisations & Restructuring

  • Start up, Investment & Corporate Structuring

  • Statutory De-Mergers

Property

  • Landlord and Tenant

  • Lease acquisitions, renewals and expiry

  • Development agreements

  • Conditional agreements

  • Joint ventures

  • Planning and infrastructure agreements

  • Put and call options

For further information, or to arrange a free introductory meeting, please contact us on +44 20 7129 1432

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