Our focus is you

Many of our clients like our Business Advisory service, which provides them direct access to our commercial solicitors to openly discuss important business decisions on an informal basis. Our objective is to act as (or an extension of) your in-house legal team.

Typically we structure our engagement with you around one of three models:

  • Traditional:  working as external legal advisors, called upon to advise on a matter-by-matter basis
  • Retained: handling all legal matters that arise as an outsourced in-house counsel
  • Supplementary: supporting an in-house legal team which may require additional capacity or specialist advice.

We build our close relationships with clients around business models which best suit your needs and objectives.

Our commitment is to be as responsive and flexible as you require, changing as necessary to meet the evolving demands of each stage in the business growth lifecycle.

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Recent work

Long-term commercial, IP, IT and data protection advice

We have worked with our client for over 16 years acting as an outsourced in-house legal function for all business and day to day legal matters, supporting on all commercial, employment issues and property matters. Our ongoing legal support helps to minimise risks across the business.

Commercial IT, IP and data protection advice

We are retained by the in-house legal team who are often at capacity in terms of work volumes and we assist with overflow of business contract reviews and advice. We act as a sounding board for the business generally in connection with all legal matters.

Commercial, consumer and data protection advice

We are retained by a retailer with nearly 200 stores across the country as well as a significant online presence to provide consumer law, commercial law and data protection advice on an ongoing basis. Recent work includes reviewing and updating data protection policies and procedures, advising in relation to the application of consumer legislation (particularly in relation to customer refunds) and dealing with data subject access requests.

Creation of bespoke arts loan agreement

As part of our long term, strategic advice to one of the UK’s leading performing arts companies we created a bespoke loan agreement enabling the company to leverage its assets value by lending its unique production materials and other property to an international company.

Commercial software agreement

Our client is specialist in eco-grading food products, production of labelling systems and development of sustainable products. We advised and helped develop a new SaaS agreement (Software as a Service) agreement enabling the client to introduce a sophisticated modelling project geared to enabling all major UK supermarket retailers and other household name brand owners to analyse their product ranges.

Contracts and data protection

Our client is a PLC in the manufacturing sector. We work closely on contractual and data protection issues to minimise risk and clarify each party’s obligations and liabilities in inter-group and third-party contractual arrangements. We have advised various companies in the wider group of companies in relation to their contracts, including terms and conditions of sale of products, warranties and larger customer contracts requiring review and negotiation with customers. We have also advised on a collaboration agreement for the purposes of a potential combined commercial offering to customers.

IT services contract

Negotiating and finalising an IT managed services contract for a charitable body, including advice on data protection issues.

Royalty payments

Advising a charitable trust on intellectual property ownership and royalty payments, for the purposes of distribution of royalty income to nominated charities from the trust.

Collaboration agreement

Advising a large regional charity on a collaboration agreement with a number of other charities with the aim of improving the delivery of end of life services in the region.

Commercial contracts

We have worked with a leading manufacturer of heating, ventilation and air conditioning engineering products for over 15 years, advising in relation to all of its commercial contract needs

News and insights

Penalties for breaching environmental legislation


An overview of the environmental regulator’s approach to the enforcement and prosecution of environmental offences which outlines the potential penalties and other implications for a businesses who breaches environmental legislation


Enforcing possession orders – how not to do it


We explain how not to enforce possession orders, as shown in London Borough of Southwark -v- AA [2014] EWHC 500 (QB)