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Entrepreneurs & Start-ups

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We offer support to entrepreneurs and start-ups from the initial seed of an idea and throughout the life cycle of the business.

New and growing businesses need advice across a broad range of areas, from setting up standard contracts and brand name protection, to advice on employment law and the premises you plan to occupy.

We will assign a solicitor to you who specialises in the area of law most applicable to your business. That person will coordinate a team of specialist lawyers, in a range of practice areas, to help support your business as it grows.

We help you tackle many of the issues you will face when setting up a new venture, bringing a new product idea to market or expanding a business. These include:

  • New company formations
  • Shareholder and share option agreements
  • Partnership and LLP agreements
  • Franchising
  • Funding agreements
  • Manufacturing and supply contracts
  • Distribution and agency agreements
  • Terms and conditions of business
  • Advising on on-line contracting
  • Advising on domain name registration, transfers and disputes
  • Data protection issues
  • Intellectual property

We pull together all the information you need making communication, decision making and reporting effortless. We give regular reports on progress and budgeting to ensure you are in control.

We also support you with a range of additional services such as debt recovery to improve your cash flow and a complete employment service including HR Key. Our regular commercial Enewsletter and topical seminars keep you up to date with legal developments relevant to your business.

We offer a free half-hour no-obligation meeting, and look to provide fixed price quotations wherever possible.  Contact us now to get things started.


  • "The group has won a raft of new clients who are drawn by the quality of advice and strength of the lawyers, who "always treat clients as individuals, and with respect."

    - Chambers Guide