Business Affairs

 

We advise large and small businesses across the UK on a range of business legal affairs.


All of our lawyers are experienced in handling a range of different business legal matters for clients in all sectors of the economy, from professional services and insurance and finance to agriculture, manufacturing and the charitable sector. Our lawyers provide business owners with clear, commercially minded and pragmatic advice to help them with running their business.  


Precisely because we act for so many different businesses of different sizes and in different sectors, our team has a wealth of experience to draw from when providing advice to our clients. We regularly provide advice on commercial contracts, starting up new businesses, buying and selling businesses, employment contracts and documentation, employment disputes, raising finance, insolvency and restructuring, intellectual property, licensing matters and more. Further details and examples of the advice we provide can be found on the pages listed in this section of the website.

 

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Principal contacts

 

Neil Walmsley

Neil Walmsley

 

Simon Ratcliffe

Simon Ratcliffe

 

Mark Daly

Mark Daly

 

Andrew Cooper

Andrew Cooper

 

Megan Radcliffe

Megan Radcliffe

 

Latest from the blog

 

Three New Solicitors at Greene & Greene

Greene & Greene expands its Employment, Company Commercial and Dispute Resolution teams with the appointment of Greg Jones, Megan Radcliffe and Kate Struthers. (read more)

 

Can employers read employees' private correspondence?

Earlier this month the media reported that a decision of the European Court of Human Rights has give employers the green light to snoop on employees' personal emails. (read more)

 

Proposed changes to distance selling regulations

The government has published draft legislation that will extend the rights of consumers under the Distance Selling Regulations (“DSR”)...(read more)

 

New case highlights the dangers of Doorstop Selling Regulations

A recent case has highlighted the importance of businesses complying with the Doorstep Selling Regulations when selling goods or services to consumers. The Regulations are formally known as the Cancellation of Contracts made in a Consumer’s Home or Place of Work etc Regulations 2007...(read more)

Latest from our clients

 

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