Company and corporate law
When lawyers refer to company law and corporate law, they are often talking about buying or selling companies, or part of them. This area of law includes partnership law, and all other legal entities which can trade in law. As well as buying and selling, this area of law covers the day to day running of any business which is governed by internal and external rules.
Until you become familiar with the terminology and the rules, it can seem difficult to follow. No doubt there are complex aspects of company law and corporate law, but for many businesses they are looking for practical advice on more mainstream issues.
Our panel of solicitors are carefully selected for quality, using our knowledge of the legal marketplace. Better still, they will offer fixed fees wherever possible, and because each panel member knows there are others quoting, you will get the best price available.
Other areas of work
Work that falls in to this area of law is extremely broad, but by way of example includes mergers and acquisitions, share sales and purchases, business and assets sales and purchases, funding investments, joint ventures and business ownership structures, exit and succession planning, reorganisations, banking and company formation, closure and governance.
Let our panel of experts, whether partnership solicitors specialising in partnership law, commercial solicitors specialising in commercial contract law, or any other kind of business partnership or business arrangement, help you.