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
Sales, Acquisitions & Mergers
Our highly respected company commercial team have extensive experience of acting in a wide variety of transactions including mergers, sales and acquisitions (both share and asset-based).
Talk to one of our friendly and experienced team on 01582 514000
The team’s specialisms include complimentary areas such as finance, banking and security, employment, intellectual property, GDPR and commercial property.
This depth of experience and expertise allows us to provide real value to our clients and we aim to approach each deal in the most effective way by working closely with our clients and other professional advisers to ensure that our clients receive the guidance and advice necessary to achieve their desired outcome smoothly and in accordance with their timetable and commercial expectations.
Our approach is professional but pragmatic with the aim being to give our client’s control.
We can assist with all aspects of transactions including:
Starting a transaction:-
- Confidentiality and Non-Disclosure Agreements
- Heads of Terms, Memorandums of Understanding and Letters of Intent
- Due Diligence Request and Reports
Completing a transaction:-
- Share Purchase/Sale Agreements
- Earn out provisions
- Escrow arrangements
- Warranty and Indemnities
- Due Diligence Requests and Reports
- Tax Covenants
- Asset Purchase/Sale Agreements
Finance relating to transactions including:-
- Shareholder and Third Party Loan agreements
- Finance and Security for transactions
Ancillary elements to a transaction including:-
- Service Contracts
- Consultancy Agreements
- Shareholder Agreements
- Contribution Agreements
- Option agreements and Share Schemes
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If you have any questions or would like to get in touch with our Commercial Litigation Team then they’d to love to hear from you on 01582 514000
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