Our corporate lawyers will get you the right deal and protect your business, now and in the future.
‘Your business moves with the times, and you’ll want experienced commercial lawyers on your side to keep your present and future secure’
Your company structure and contracts with clients and suppliers form the foundation of what you do. You will need the advice of experienced corporate lawyers to help you keep that foundation safe and solid. Our commercial lawyers will work with you to have a thorough understanding of your business to provide the best advice.
Commercial lawyers on your side
We will work with you to provide solutions that are commercially astute and cost effective. Our corporate lawyers are experts in the following areas:
- Mergers and acquisitions
Whether you are thinking of making an acquisition or considering selling off a subsidiary, a division or the whole company, our corporate lawyers can help you with transactions of all values. Find out more.
- Restructuring and reorganisation
We have a wealth of experience with restructuring and reorganising companies in situations where the current structure no longer matches the commercial reality of the business.
- Lending and re-financing
As corporate lawyers, we provide advice both to borrowers and banks in relation to finance matters, be it carrying out due diligence and drafting facility documentation or negotiating and project managing a company’s refinancing. Find out more.
- Commercial contracts
We can advise on contracts proposed by your clients or suppliers or draft bespoke contracts for your new business opportunity. Whatever the contract, we can guarantee full cost transparency either with an annual retainer or on a contract by contract basis. Find out more.
- Technology & Media sector expertise
We provide advice on branding, intellectual property and IT law. Find out more.
We believe in working closely with you and other professionals and have strong links with accountants and banks to ensure that you are provided with advice which meets your needs.