Commercial Law Expertise For All Business Agreements
Being in business is often both challenging and rewarding, and you need to ensure you and your company are legally protected from potential problems that may arise now and in the future – effective business agreements provide this vital protection.
Business agreements are designed to protect you, your business and its assets. Spending time on putting commercial practices and solutions in place now will likely save you time and stress at a later date as everybody involved in the business knows from the outset what needs to be done, how and when.
Whether you are setting up, running or invested in a company, partnership or joint venture, it is important to have the right business agreements in place. You need to know before you start who is in charge of the business, how decisions are to be made, how exits should be handled, and how to deal with any arising issues.
At HLF Berry our commercial lawyers have the experience and knowledge to help you with all types of business agreements, including:
- Terms and conditions of business
- One-off agreements
- Shareholders agreements
- Sales or purchases of assets and shares
- IT licensing and maintenance agreements
- Franchise agreements
- Joint venture agreements
- Agency agreements
- Distribution contracts
- Confidentiality agreements
- Partnership agreements
How Our Business Services Team Can Help You
Our specialist commercial lawyers provide advice and support for every aspect of being in business, and tailor our commercial business services to the particular needs of your company. You should have certainty in your business and having the correct and most effective business agreements in place will give you the peace of mind and assurance that you have measures in place to cope with future events.
We can advise you on the best structure for your business as well as create an agreement to regulate relationships within the business, to ensure the long-term success of your company in terms of corporate and tax efficiency.
Our solicitors treat clients as individuals, as they are aware no two businesses or business owners, partners or investors, are alike. We appreciate how busy you are, which is why we keep all documents and meetings simple and straightforward, minimising the amount of time you need to spend on finalising business contract
For an initial consultation with one of our professional business agreements specialists, contact us today. Every aspect of your company will be taken into account in any legal advice we offer and business contract we draw up, providing you with the best foundation to build your business on.