I was hugely impressed with Jenny Legg’s prompt understanding of my requirements and her ability to communicate to me the ramifications of any particular contractual clause, in terms of UK law, on my business activities that are governed by another legal jurisdiction. Jenny’s no nonsense yet intellectually robust approach gave me a good deal of confidence.
Our commercial contracts lawyers have a wealth of experience advising on and negotiating both domestic and international business to consumer and business to business contracts.
Our Commercial Contracts lawyers provides expert advice on a wide range of commercial agreements. We create contracts that control risk and allow your company to operate efficiently and achieve its business objectives.
If you run a business providing goods or services, you need to make sure that your terms and conditions reflect what happens in practice and exclude liability to the fullest extent permitted by law. We can help you with these commercial contracts and drafting bespoke terms and conditions which cover any particular area where difficulties with customers may arise in your specific business sector.
We can also advise on your general procedure for making contracts with customers. If your customers may be consumers, we can also provide advice on the law which applies to contracts with consumers.
We can also help with your contracts with suppliers and/or agents and distributors. This may include intellectual property licenses.
Finally, if you decide to enter into agreements with other businesses, we can draft joint venture agreements or other forms of co-operation agreements.
If you would like to find out more then please contact us for more information.
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