Whatever size your business is, our knowledgeable Commercial Team has extensive experience when it comes to providing crucial advice on commercial contracts and agreements, whether they are complex or straightforward.
We can help you with all aspects of your commercial agreements. This includes advising and handling negotiations, implementation, drafting and advice on interpretation to ensure your business is fully protected and avoid uncertainty, confusion and disputes with other parties.
You’ll find details of the types of agreements we regularly deal with on the following pages, but feel free to call us on 0344 967 0793 if you can’t find the service you’re looking for and our team will be more than happy to help.
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Our Head of Commercial, Grant Esterhuizen looks at possible affects of Brexit on your business's Intellectual Property Rights (“IPR”), in particular, trade mark and design rights.
One of which, was the collapse of the acquisition of Cannon Place by Germany's Union Investment as well as the announcement by Barratt Development that various land-buying commitments were being put on hold. Of further concern came the news that investors had withdrawn £1.4 billion from commercial property funds.