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Commercial
Contracts

Commercial contracts form the framework within which every business trades with its customers and suppliers and are fundamental to the success of your business.

In considering your contractual arrangements we can provide a range of services from advising on specific clauses and managing specified risks to providing you with a contract review, or preparing documents to reflect the agreements you have reached with your customers and collaborators. We don’t just look at the words, we think about what you are trying to achieve and assess both the commercial and legal risks.

08/06/2020

Can I copy someone else’s terms and conditions…? Commercial Law

“No!” says director of Commercial Law at Thursfields Solicitors, Stuart Price. Rarely does a week go by without a potential client asking me to review their terms and conditions to make sure they are “legal”. I’ve even been asked to “underwrite them”. Naturally, being the diligent lawyer I am, I ask who prepared their terms….

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16/09/2020

How to protect your business if you face divorce

When people get married, they always hope to live ‘happily ever after,’ but many marriages sadly end in divorce. Although divorces are always difficult for everyone involved, they can become that much more difficult when one or both spouses own a business. Your business is probably very important to you and you no doubt will…

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15/09/2020

Settlement Agreements – What Employers need to know

Settlement Agreements are often used to bring an employment relationship to an end where a mutual parting of ways is preferred over a compulsory dismissal. It is a legally binding contract between an employee and employer which usually gives the employee money in return for their agreement not to sue the employer.  Settlement Agreements can…

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