Whether you are bringing new goods or services to market, looking to manage your risk more efficiently, changing your business model or entering new markets, our commercial insight and technical expertise will benefit your business.
Our specialist commercial contracts lawyers are widely recognised for giving practical commercial advice to our clients. We review, interpret, draft and negotiate your commercial contracts with you and work collaboratively with other departments across the firm to ensure we understand the challenges that you face.
A key part of what we do is advising on trading contracts for the supply of goods and services. Whether a set of standard terms and conditions tailored to your business, long term supply agreements, distribution arrangements, or agency relationships, we have the expertise and insight to give your business certainty and protection.
Team members have spent a significant amount of time in industry which means we see things from your perspective. By combining our specialist knowledge with a thorough understanding of your business we are able to provide legal advice in context, working with you to ensure your agreements work practically and commercially – whilst keeping you compliant with the law.
Our clients range from local businesses through to regional players, household names and world leading multi-nationals. Our team has particular expertise in a number of areas including the retail and travel sectors, IT and technology.
With an increase in demand for different pricing options, we regularly provide our services on a retained basis and are happy to discuss bespoke pricing to suit your specific requirements.
Talk to us today to discuss any commercial contracting or compliance issue, including:
- Purchasing Agreements (national or international)
- Distribution agreements (national or international)
- Standard terms and conditions for the sale of goods and/or supply of services
- Outsourced services arrangements
- Franchise agreements
- Professional services arrangements
- Data protection issues and GDPR
- IT & technology