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Company Law Solicitors: Our Expertise

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What is a company law solicitor?

A company law solicitor is a legal professional who specialises in providing legal advice and services related to commercial and corporate law. Company law solicitors work with businesses of all sizes. These include smaller startups, larger private companies and large multinational corporations. Solicitors help these businesses to navigate the complex legal issues that arise during day to day business operations.

A company lawyer can assist business owners with a wide range of legal matters. This includes selecting the right business structure, drafting essential documents and B2B contracts, advising on best practices and reviewing business contracts. Additionally, company law specialists are highly experienced in dealing with commercial dispute resolution, helping companies and organisations resolve a variety of business disagreements.

Our team of company law solicitors can provide expert legal services and advice surrounding company ownership and operations. If you are in search of a corporate and commercial legal specialist than our team are on-hand to assist you. Please get in touch with us today to find out more.

What can a company law solicitor assist with?

A company law solicitor can assist with a wide range of legal and business matters related to the formation, operation, and management of a company. The Companies Act 2006 founds the basis of company law in the UK. Some of the key areas where a solicitor can provide assistance on company law include:

Business Formation and Structure:

  • Advising on the most appropriate legal structure for a business (such as a sole proprietorship a joint venture company, or a limited liability partnership).
  • Assisting with the incorporation process and drafting documents such as bespoke articles of association and shareholder agreements.

Corporate Governance:

  • Advising on corporate governance best practices and regulatory compliance.
  • Assisting with the organisation and conduct of board meetings and shareholder meetings.
  • Drafting and reviewing corporate policies and procedures.

Regulatory Compliance:

  • Ensuring the company complies with all relevant laws and regulations. This may include those related to corporate governance, securities, industry-specific requirements, and anti-money laundering (AML).
  • Advising on ongoing compliance issues and helping to implement compliance programs.

Contracts and Agreements:

  • Drafting, reviewing, and negotiating various types of contracts, including employment agreements, supplier contracts, service agreements, lease agreements, and partnership agreements.
  • Ensuring that commercial contracts protect the company’s interests and are legally enforceable.

Mergers and Acquisitions (M&A):

  • Advising on mergers, acquisitions, and disposals of businesses.
  • Conducting due diligence, negotiating terms, drafting transaction documents, and ensuring regulatory compliance.

Dispute Resolution:

  • Representing the company in legal disputes, including litigation, arbitration, and mediation.
  • Advising on strategies to avoid disputes and resolve conflicts efficiently.

Intellectual Property (IP):

  • Advising on the protection, registration, and management of intellectual property assets, including patents, trademarks, copyrights, and trade secrets.
  • Assisting with IP licensing, enforcement actions, and IP-related disputes.

Insolvency and Restructuring:

  • Advising on insolvency procedures and business restructuring.
  • Assisting with the administration and liquidation processes.
  • Helping to develop strategies for financial recovery and business turnaround.

Corporate Finance:

  • Advising on raising capital through equity and debt financing.
  • Drafting and reviewing financing agreements and related documentation.

Commercial Property:

  • Advising on the acquisition, leasing, and disposal of commercial property.
  • Assisting with property-related negotiations and drafting property agreements.

Data Protection and Privacy:

  • Advising on data protection laws and regulations, such as the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
  • Assisting with the implementation of data protection policies and procedures.

International business operations:

  • Advising on cross-border transactions
  • Compliance with international laws and regulations
  • Drafting and reviewing international contracts.


Our company law solicitors provide essential legal support to businesses. We can help you navigate complex legal matters while ensuring compliance with the relevant laws and regulations. Our team’s expertise is invaluable. We help business owners make informed decisions that will contribute to the long-term success and sustainability of their company.

How do I know if I need a company law solicitor?

You may need a company law solicitor if you are starting a new business, restructuring an existing one, planning to merge with or acquire another company.

They may also be of use if you are facing complex regulatory compliance issues or dealing with significant commercial disputes.

If your legal needs are specifically related to corporate structure, governance, and high-stakes transactions, a company law solicitor is essential.

Benefits of using a company law solicitor

Using a company law solicitor offers many benefits to business owners beyond just having expert legal advice at their disposal.

Understanding complex legal matters can be time-consuming and overwhelming for business owners. Our solicitors have the in-depth knowledge and experience to handle these issues in a timely manner. This can help free up your time so you can focus on running your business.

When negotiating contracts or deals, a company law solicitor can advocate for your best interests and secure more favourable terms. Our expertise helps you understand the legal complexities and potential consequences of every clause.

Unfortunately, disputes are inevitable in business. With our solicitors on your side, you have a skilled negotiator who can help resolve conflicts efficiently in a cost effective manner. They can also represent you in court if necessary.

Knowing you have a qualified legal professional guiding you can provide invaluable peace of mind. Working with our team of commercial law solicitors ultimately allows you to make informed business decisions with greater confidence. This allows you to invest in the long-term success of your business with the right legal guidance behind you.

What should I expect during my first consultation with a company law solicitor?

During your first consultation, you should expect to discuss the specifics the legal issues you are facing. The solicitor will ask detailed questions to understand your situation and provide initial advice on how to proceed. They will also provide you with details on any costs involved in your case.

This meeting is also an opportunity for you to evaluate the solicitor’s expertise and determine if they are the right fit for your needs. Be prepared to provide relevant documents and a clear summary of your legal concerns.

How can South Bank Legal assist?

Our team of commercial solicitors provide expertise in a range of commercial law matters. These include business formation, contract negotiation and regulatory compliance to name but a few.

Additionally, our solicitors can provide legal advice on a variety of commercial disputes. These include intellectual property disputesshareholder disputes, and breach of contract remedies.

If you are currently in search of legal advice surrounding your business activities, please contact South Bank Legal today. Our solicitors offer an initial consultation to discuss your potential options going forward.

Contact us using the form below or telephone 02035765179 for a confidential discussion with one of our solicitors.


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