Every business will need legal advice at various stages of its life cycle, relating to formation, business contracts, commercial property, company disputes and many other aspects. At these times, it is important that your business is legally-compliant and achieves its objectives. We work with large corporations, small and medium-sized enterprises and start-ups across St Albans and Hertfordshire to provide commercial law advice that delivers the results your business is looking for.
The expert commercial lawyers at Labrums can work in partnership with your company on a wide range of business-related issues. We know in an increasingly competitive economy, you require innovative, strategic advice and solutions. Contact us today to find out how we can identify your commercial law needs and deliver the outcome you want.
Commercial Law Advice and Services
We deliver a comprehensive corporate law service to large and small businesses, joint ventures, partnerships and franchises. Our areas of expertise include the following:
Legal advice on starting a business
There is much to consider when forming a company, including the structure, registration process, rules that apply (such as licences and permits) and the reporting and management responsibilities.
At this stage of a company’s lifecycle, it can be difficult to know what the options are, what is best for you and what you need to do. We offer expert legal advice for start-ups and will explain these often complex and confusing concepts clearly and simply. Whether you intend to form a limited company, LLP, partnership or any other type of business structure, our commercial law solicitors can guide you each step of the way to ensure your venture is compliant and has the most positive growth prospects.
Drafting and reviewing business agreements
At the centre of every company is a body of documents that govern how it is operated and the relationships between its members. It is vital that these agreements are drafted carefully to protect and promote the company’s interests.
We provide an extensive service formulating and reviewing commercial contracts, including:
- Partnership agreements
- Shareholder agreements
- Joint ventures agreements
- Distribution and agency agreements
- Franchise agreements
- Business terms and conditions
- Service (employment) agreements
Very helpful & knowledgeable, easy to deal with, highly recommend.
Commercial property transactions and leases
Commercial property transactions, whether you are buying or selling, should always be guided by specialist legal advice to ensure you get maximum return on your investment and are protected from potential disputes. Our commercial property team has a wealth of experience dealing with all types of property transactions, including office blocks, shops, public houses, restaurants, mixed residential and commercial, investment properties and residential developments.
Entering and terminating commercial leases also requires the support of expert commercial property solicitors who can help negotiate terms that are as close to your requirements as possible or achieve the outcome you need if an agreement cannot be reached.
Business and commercial disputes
Unfortunately, disputes involving companies are common. Disagreements can arise from all the relationships your business has, including between landlords and tenants, employees and employers, customers and suppliers and shareholders and directors. It is vital for a company’s success that all disputes are dealt with quickly and effectively. Our team of exceptional dispute resolution lawyers provide an expert and efficient service identifying and delivering outcomes for all types of company disputes.
Contact our Expert Commercial Solicitors, St Albans
If your business requires commercial law advice that delivers the outcome you need, Labrums can help. Our business solicitors have been advising companies for more than 25 years. Whether your company is a large corporation, an SME or a start-up, we provide a client-focused and solutions-driven service across the broad spectrum of commercial law matters.