Our Commercial lawyers work across all the firm’s key sectors, from technology to retail. Our clients range from global brands to entrepreneurial ventures, but in one respect we treat them all the same way: before we give them any advice, we get to know their business thoroughly.
We’re here to help our clients make their ventures a success - identifying opportunities, assessing risks, exploiting gains, and minimising the consequences of any downside.
Our people have the experience and ability to see the world through a client’s eyes, ensuring the advice they give is practical and commercially astute.
We have a large team of specialists, whose legal expertise you can take for granted. But we believe there’s more to law than that. It’s not just about the next deal; it’s about the next decade.
We develop long-term partnerships with our clients, to help them grow their business over time. We work internationally, calling on our trusted members of our international networks when local legal expertise is needed.
Our own Partnership structure means that collaboration is second nature to us. It follows therefore that much of our work involves supporting (or acting as) an in-house team for our clients. They take the long view of their business, and we do the same.
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As the Government seek to safely bring life back into the F&B sector, rules and regulations are likely to be in a constant state of flux.