Our Commercial Law Solicitors work with you to maximise the potential of your business and achieve your goals.
A thorough understanding your business affairs coupled with technical knowledge of law, combined with commitment, integrity and judgment, enable us to achieve exciting and powerful legal solutions for you in order to manage your business at every stage.
Understanding your business and the sector in which you operate means that we help you grow your businesses and resolve your legal problems in a cost effective way. Whether you need legal advice on straightforward trading agreements or highly complex major contracts and projects, our Commercial Law Solicitors work with you with skill, passion and technical expertise. We know that the success of our commercial relationship hinges on trust.
We will leave no stone unturned in providing the best service and achieving the best outcome for you. We can provide the full spectrum of services that you require over a business lifetime. We are good listeners and valuable partners. Here is an overview of some our commercial legal services:
If you are looking for a commercial solicitor, our team works with companies of all sizes across Hampshire, Berkshire, Surrey and the South East of England and beyond.
As your business expands, you are likely to need more space to accommodate your staff and customers, but what issues should you think about when negotiating with a landlord?
Commercial Property Solicitor Kathryn Johns highlight seven points to consider for a commercial lease.Seven Top Tips When Negotiating a Commercial Lease
Commercial Property Solicitor Kathryn Johns will be holding a masterclass called Bridging the Gap: A toolkit for lease negotiations at April’s Basingstoke Beer and Pizza Business Networking event.
Commercial tenants should be aware of their renewal rights when their lease term comes to an end and act sooner rather than later to secure continued occupation of their property.
Landlords could face fines of up to £150,000 if their rented property fails to meet the Government’s new Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards (MEES) regulations.