We would always advise that you check any commercial agreements thoroughly at the start of any business venture and if you’re not sure where to start, we’re here to help every step of the way.
Our experienced teams in Chesterfield, Sheffield and Mansfield can assist in drafting and advising on all types of commercial contracts including the following:-
- Partnership agreements, including limited liability partnership
- Company acquisitions
- Shareholders agreements. We can also advise on Shareholder Protection/Key Man Insurance
- Joint venture agreements
- Terms and conditions of business
- Franchise, agency, or distribution agreements
We will always take account of the commercial realities that your business faces and help you to review and discuss any difficult issues.
The important thing is that your agreements protect your business in the best way possible which is why we will always tailor them to your individual business.
We also have an employment law team in Chesterfield, Sheffield and Mansfield who can advise on any employment contract concerns that you may have at the same time.
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