Commercial Lawyers London
Commercial law encompasses a range of legal services that are designed to support businesses when they are actively making a financial gain from their products and services.
Commercial law can be complex, and legal complications can arise between persons and businesses for a wide range of reasons. Commercial law disputes are often quite serious as they can have a major impact on how businesses are run and lead to financial implications.
It is crucial to have an experienced commercial solicitor on your side in order to reach a settlement that benefits you with minimal stress. Commercial lawyers can provide expert legal advice on how to proceed with your commercial law dispute. Commercial solicitors can also provide assistance with business transactions and contract drafting.
At South Bank Legal, our commercial solicitors, London, understand that it is essential to protect our client’s investments and agreements to allow them to conduct business confidently. Our UK commercial lawyers represent businesses across London, the UK and globally, across a broad range of industries. Our approach is to know clients’ businesses inside out, be there when you need us and deliver practical and creative solutions.
Commercial solicitors London
The role of a commercial solicitor is to assist in the drafting and negotiation of business contracts and business transactions or to help resolve commercial disputes that may arise. Commercial solicitors usually have a specialist practice area within commercial law.
A commercial solicitor’s duties are dependent on the area the commercial lawyer works in. Generally, their transactional work focuses on protecting their client’s business interests when they enter into business agreements and identifying any potential risks that may cause issues further down the line.
Commercial solicitors often create contracts that are necessary for projects and ventures with other companies and employees. Commercial lawyers often spend a great deal of time researching matters regarding commercial law. This is because the laws and regulations are ever-changing and can impact a business, even when the business owner has agreed on terms previously.
Commercial solicitors try to keep commercial matters away from the courtroom as much as possible, and they use various resolution tactics in order to achieve this.
Types of commercial agreements we deal with
Our commercial lawyers, London, deal with a variety of commercial and employment law agreements, including the following:
- Business and commercial contracts
- Agency, reseller and distribution agreements
- Framework and master services agreements
- Consumer Rights Act 2015 issues
- Consultancy agreements
- Supplier terms and conditions
- Service level agreements
- IT contracts
- Software development agreements
- Franchise agreements
- Intellectual propertyintellectual property: a piece of work or a creation by th... rights
- Joint ventures, partnerships and shareholders agreements
- Cross-border commercial transactions
It is important to make the right decisions in the world of business. You must act knowledgeably and carefully when entering into business transactions. Running a business can bring many opportunities as well as challenges. Instructing the correct legal team to provide highly experienced legal advice is paramount to your case.
Our corporate lawyers are well equipped to ensure that your business transactions run efficiently and smoothly and can provide the assistance you need in the most commercial manner.
Our approach to commercial law disputes
Commercial solicitors will usually attempt alternative dispute resolution (ADR) before proceeding to court litigationlitigation: the bringing of a lawsuit or legal claim in cour.... The recommended alternative methods of resolving commercial law disputes includes arbitration, mediationmediation: in the context of litigation and dispute resoluti... or an early neutral evaluation of the dispute.
The first stage of dispute resolution involves the commercial lawyers that are acting for both parties to enter into correspondence with the other party. This correspondence will then help to determine the best option of ADR for the commercial law case.
Alternative dispute resolution methods are often more time-efficient. These methods can be more successful at taking all parties’ business interests into account whilst being cost effectively appropriate. Alternative dispute resolution can also offer a chance for the parties involved to repair their business relationship for their own mutual benefit.
If these methods prove to be unsuccessful, our commercial dispute lawyers have the experience needed to guide you through the court proceedings and represent your case in the courtroom.
We work closely with companies to manage different business interests and avoid disputes arising. Our commercial lawyers can arrange for settlement where viable and present arguments and motions before courts if the commercial case proceeds into court litigations.
How can South Bank Legal assist?
Our Central London business solicitors offer a full range of commercial legal services. We have the necessary skills to assist in almost every aspect of your business, from basic business incorporation and compliance issues, to trade mark and copyright advice, to drawing up and negotiating the finer details of business contracts.
Delivering tailored commercial agreements and advice to business clients – customers or suppliers alike – is at the core of our business solicitors’ expertise. We think that it’s important to work to the time frames a client requires to capitalise on their business opportunity.
Our UK commercial lawyers will resolutely negotiate the terms of a commercial agreement with your interests in mind, but we will not argue for the sake of it. Negotiating a commercial agreement is a golden opportunity to get a business relationship off to a flying start.
For businesses who sell to consumers, our commercial solicitors in London are on top of recent legislative changes. One of these changes includes the introduction of the Consumer Rights Act 2015, we will help your business adapt its procedures so that they are up to date and compliant.
For more information, you can contact South Bank Legal via email at email@example.com or telephone 0203 1266 584 for a confidential discussion with a corporate commercial solicitor today.
Our law firm is authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority. We have offices located in Central London.
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