Our specialist legal team advise on a wide range of commercial matters for our clients.
We provide expert support to protect our clients’ interests, including advising on all contractual requirements across the full spectrum of sectors and specialisms – from strategy and negotiating tactics to drafting, contract formation and dispute resolution.
Our commercial experts are both technically excellent and commercially astute and we pride ourselves on taking a pragmatic approach to the commercial pressures faced by our clients.
- Advising a technology platform company providing an online secondary market (the first of its kind) for waste disposal across the UK, on its incorporation and start-up processes.
- Advising a technology consultancy SME, on its incorporation, drafting of a shareholders agreement and advising on ongoing company law and commercial queries under an ongoing legal retainer.
- Advising a cloud services provider, on the implementation of a new “secure environment as a service” solution, including drafting appropriate terms and conditions for use with new customers.
- Advising a world-leading sound production company on its negotiation of an inbound services agreement with Google, for the provision of sound production services and copyrighted works.
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