The High Court has outlined what constitutes a business partnership in law following a dispute between a couple who ran a business together. The case involved Ms Burnett and Mr Barker. Barker had set up a business as a sole trader offering fire safety services at events. Burnett was working for a company that dealt
Our team is experienced in helping businesses negotiate and prepare a wide range of commercial contracts.
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A properly negotiated commercial contract can avoid disputes in the future and can assist the parties in ironing out key commercial points at the start of the commercial relationship.
We recognise that the role of the lawyer is to provide guidance based on experience not to dictate the terms of a transaction based on fixed parameters.
We will spend the time to understand your business and your objectives to ensure that the agreement you get works for you and your business and is not a standard template.
Our knowledgeable and pragmatic team can assist businesses with a wide variety of commercial contracts including:-
- Distribution Agreements;
- Agency Agreements;
- Franchise Agreements;
- Standard Terms & Conditions of Sale or Purchase;
- Consultancy and Service Agreements;
- Joint Venture and Collaboration Agreements;
- Hiring and Leasing Contracts;
- Confidentiality and Non-Disclosure Agreements;
- Outsourcing Agreements;
- Manufacturing Agreements;
- Banking and Loan Documentation;
- Competition Law
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Presentation slides from the webinar ‘Getting to grips with data protection law post-Brexit’ which took place on Thursday 21st October 2021.
Presentation slides from the webinar ‘Getting your terms and conditions right: why the small print matters’ which took place on Thursday 23rd September 2021.
Presentation slides from the webinar ‘A beginner’s guide to debt and equity finance in private limited companies’ which took place on Thursday 17th June 2021.