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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.

17/03/2020

Protecting Your Business – Coronavirus (COVID-19) | Corporate and Commercial Law

The Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is of great concern to many businesses as they balance putting contingency plans in place to protect their staff’s wellbeing and also continue to provide their products and services to clients. Thursfields Solicitors is open for business as usual and has the resources and legal expertise to guide you. All of…

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27/03/2020

Charities, keep your eyes on your gifts in Wills planning throughout Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Katherine Ellis, the charity legacies expert at Thursfields, has some top tips for charities worried about the pandemic’s effect on legacy income. I know many charities have been rocked by COVID-19, and that those working on legacies will be worried about whether this form of income will dry up. However, I’d like to assure you…

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27/03/2020

Coronavirus (COVID-19) and the importance of directors’ duties

During this time of commercial unrest it is paramount that company directors have at the forefront of their minds their statutory duties when making difficult decisions about the future of their businesses. Directors must remember that they remain subject to the statutory duties even during these difficult times which are to act in in good…

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