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From research and development to getting a product to market, robust agreements are critical to protecting your assets, reputation and bottom line. Whether dealing with straightforward terms and conditions of sale or complex bespoke partnership agreements, our team of commercially astute lawyers can advise on a wide range of contractual requirements.

  • Industry experience – including four former in house lawyers and the experience gained from ten secondments.
  • Expert advice – covering all areas of commercial law including joint ventures, manufacturer, agency & distribution, procurement, sponsorship agreements, licence agreements, concession agreements, supply, hire & leasing, consumer contracts, e-commerce and online auctions.
  • Outsourcing experience – strategic approach to supplier appointment advising on outsourcing contracts and the complex issues that arise in respect of these arrangements such as KPIs, SLAs and transition.
  • Consumer law – including advice on competitions, prize claims, data protection, distance selling and e-commerce clients – including blue chip multi-nationals, owner managed businesses and small and medium sized enterprises.

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Property Managers Association event 2015

For the third year running, we are delighted to host this year’s Property Managers Association training session. Download slides from the event.

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Impact of omni-channel retailing on lease agreements

Sarah Parkinson explains omni-channel retailing, how it affects retail lease agreements and what you need to consider in lease agreements.

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What’s changed when negotiating contracts - In house lawyers - spring 2015

Richard Nicholas looks at the recent trends of ‘good faith’, precedence and acting ‘reasonably’. Richard explains how to manage / avoid becoming contractually bound by accident, and gives you some practical pre-signature tips.

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In house lawyers - Corporate law update - October 2014

In this training video Richard Nicholas looks at the Consumer Contract Regulations 2013, 3 cases in relation to Contract law and a technology development on toll fraud.

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