In an increasing global world we understand the opportunities in the international business market. Whether you are a business trading overseas, looking to set up in the UK or acquire UK businesses, we can provide the high-quality legal support you need.
Our services are tailor made to your organisation size, sector and location.
As part of our long strategic involvement with the Confederation of British Industry (CBI) we have also assisted the U.K. employer delegation attending the ILO in Geneva, which addresses international labour standards and develops jurisprudence on global compliance. This role has long placed us at the heart of global labour concerns, addressing employer concerns and responsibilities.
We have access to legal expertise in a multitude of other jurisdictions through TAGLaw.
“Advice is provided promptly and is very robust.”
Chambers and Partners
How can we help?
We advise on regulations and procedures of UK companies, including, constitution, reporting requirements, duties of directors and shareholders. Support can be offered with ongoing corporate governance, company secretary and registered office, including monitoring statutory registers and filings.
Our experienced commercial real estate lawyers are commercially focused providing pragmatic and proactive support to real estate assets and transactions. Including disposal of freehold/leasehold business, termination or renewing your lease, alterations to existing premises, mortgage of business premises and building contracts for fit out and maintenance.
Our dispute resolution lawyers resolve business and contract disputes from mediation to litigation, including proactively managing disputes to avoid formal litigation, representing clients in the High Court and County Court, arbitration, adjudication and mediation and construction dispute avoidance and resolution.
We can provide support on acquiring skilled worker visas and right to work checks. Our team have significant experience managing and supporting businesses with multinational industrial relations matters, large-scale changes to terms and conditions, and have worked on a number of cross-border employee relations projects for global brands.
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- Commercial Real Estate
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- 19 September 2023
- Privacy and Data Protection
Organisations’ use of social media: Data protection
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- 14 September 2023
Entrepreneurial Dreams: What is the Innovator Founder Visa?
In an era defined by innovation and entrepreneurship, the United Kingdom has made a substantial effort towards fostering its reputation as a global hub for start-ups and innovators. The introduction of the UK’s ‘Innovator Founder’ route has marked a pivotal moment in the country’s immigration policy.
- 11 September 2023
- Corporate and M&A
Changes to the tax treatment of Employee Ownership Trusts
The government published a consultation on 18 July 2023 seeking the public’s views on its proposals to reform the tax treatment of Employee Ownership Trusts and Employee Benefit Trusts. Parties are invited to express their opinions via email via the government website until the consultation closes on 25 September 2023.
- 08 September 2023
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- 07 September 2023
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