Legal Advice and Representation for Company law matters
We can assist you to appoint counsel for both advice and representation in all areas of Company Law matters, at every stage of the proceedings.
Shareholder Agreements & Disputes
Drafting Employment Contracts
Supply of Goods
Licensing and Regulation
Terms & Conditions
Privacy & Terms Policies
It is very important that you seek advice at the earliest possible stage, in order that our barristers can help to prepare your case as thoroughly as possible.
If you have a Company Law, please contact us as soon as possible in the process so that we can help you to get a legal opinion from a specialise Company Law.
Even when agreements are made with the very best intentions, things can go wrong. If you have a business dispute that leads to a disagreement over shares and ownership, your shareholder agreement will come under scrutiny. Whenever possible, you should seek legal advice before entering an agreement, however in many cases you will only notice a problem once it has occurred. In this case it is very important that you seek legal advice immediately so that you can mitigate problems, expenses and losses during your dispute.
Whenever you start a company, or invest in one, it is very important that you form and understand a Shareholders Agreement. Without one, it may be very difficult to successfully argue your position during a legal dispute. Your Shareholder Agreement needs to include very clear and precise information about you, other shareholders, and the shares themselves. What happens when you want to sell your shares? What happens if you have an accident and can no longer fulfil your duties under the agreement? These and many more are questions you need to address in your agreement, for which you will need legal advice.
As a company director, you have a special role and responsibilities in law. These include: Using your skills, experience and judgement to help make the company a success Following the rules of the company, that should be documented in the company's "articles of association" You should make decisions that are for the benefit of the company, and not for yourself You should declare to other shareholders that you may personall benefit from a company decision or transaction You must keep accurate records and report them to Companies House and HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) You should ensure that the company's accounts are a "true and fair view" of the financial situation of the company You should register for Self Assessment and send the appropriate Self Assessment tax return each year If you are in any doubt as to how these apply to you, or if you have been affected by any of these, you could benefit from legal advice.
We can provide legal advice with regard to Drafting Employment Contracts
We can provide legal advice with regard to chasing unpaid invoices, and money claims.
We can provide legal advice with regard to the supply of goods, supplier agreements, and supplier disputes
We can provide legal advice with regard to licenses and regulations issues
We can provide legal advice with regard to dealing with consumers
We can provide legal advice with regard to writing a suitable set of terms and conditions which can greatly enhance the protection for your business
We can provide legal advice with regard to writing privacy policies and ensuring that you comply with the data protection laws and regulations
We can provide legal advice with regard to writing supply agreements and service level agreements
We can provide legal advice with regard to writing Non Disclosure agreements to ensure your ideas are protected from disclosure