Legal advice for the retail sector
Our team of specialist lawyers understands the retail sector and works with some of the biggest brands to deliver pragmatic solutions in a fast changing environment.
Retail is facing enormous change and astute legal guidance in the retail sector is key to sustainable success.
We invest time in getting to know you and your business; understanding the commercial context of your operations.
At Royds Withy King, we have been working with some of the biggest and fastest growing retailers in the UK and abroad for more than three decades. We also have considerable experience of negotiating and dealing with large scale institutional landlords, having placed clients in almost every major shopping centre in the UK.
We are here to support the retail sector through new and unique challenges
Our in-depth understanding and links to many other professional advisers mean that we are perfectly placed to help retailers with a fast, comprehensive and personal service.
Our multi-disciplinary team will work with you and advise on whatever issues your business is facing, whether it’s managing your store portfolio effectively, dealing with employee issues with minimal disruption to your business, settling property or construction disputes, putting in place and enforcing commercial contracts, protecting your brand or ensuring you comply with the current consumer data laws.
Retail Reboot is an interactive roadmap for the retail sector where industry leaders and retail experts discuss the future of retail.
“Retail Reboot shines a bright light on the route out of our immediate predicament. In a practical and logical fashion it analyses and identifies a clear road to recovery. We must all work together on this. The future of the high street, our towns, cities and communities depends on us!”
– Howard Saunders, The Retail Futurist
Our sector expertise
Vicky knows our business inside-out and feels like an extension to our team. That’s why we moved over when she changed firms. We’re not under any illusion about the extent to which she understands what’s important to us – she knows us very well. It comes from understanding our business. The advice is always commercial. Communications are always clear.