Small Business Solicitors

If you are setting up in business on your own or with others it is important to structure it correctly from the outset. As an existing business, you are likely to enter into a variety of commercial arrangements, you may need to take on new people and incentivise them and you will be required to comply with a myriad of laws. You may also decide to grow your business through merger or acquisition and ultimately may want to sell your business.

Our corporate and commercial team has experience in all these matters including incorporation of your business, reorganisations and reconstructions, mergers and acquisitions, private equity financing, loan and security documentation, joint ventures, shareholders’ agreements and partnership agreements, standard terms and general commercial agreements, employee share schemes and company secretarial.

Our project management skills coupled with top quality legal advice delivered in plain English, means that you will get your deal done on time, on budget and to the very highest standards. We will ensure your commercial agreements are well-structured and well-documented to address issues that might otherwise develop into misunderstandings at a later stage.

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Employment

Whether your business is large or small it will almost inevitably have employees. We take the view that prevention is better than cure – it is also cheaper. Well-drafted employment documentation can be a useful tool in managing employees and to avoid some of the problems. We are always anxious to understand your business so that our small business employment law advice is relevant and specific to it. If desirable, we will visit the work place. Find out more about our Employment Law services.

For expert advice, talk to our Small Business solicitors in Brighton.

Otherwise, you can go back to find out more about Commercial Law.

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Telephone us on 01273 604123