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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.

09/06/2021

Corporate deals worth £125m-plus in Thursfields’ busiest year ever

Thursfields Solicitors has recorded its busiest ever 12 months of corporate activity, providing legal guidance on 29 deals worth a total of more than £125 million. Gareth Burge, director and head of Corporate at Thursfields, explained that he and his team had coped with the hectic period despite the COVID-19 pandemic. Gareth said: “The last…

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27/07/2021

Employers can insist on mask-wearing if justified and proportionate

Although mask-wearing is no longer legally required, both employers and staff should use common sense and adopt a proportionate approach where needed, according to Thursfields Solicitors. The comments come as several workplace rows have broken out across England in the wake of the government’s lifting of restrictions on Monday 19th July. These have ranged from…

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22/07/2021

Court’s break clause option ruling: is the tide turning in favour of tenants?

Thursfields Solicitors has welcomed the Court of Appeal’s overturning of a High Court decision in relation to the vacant possession requirement in a break clause. In the case of Capitol Park Leeds plc v Global Radio Services Ltd, the High Court initially held that a tenant’s failure to reinstate the landlord’s fixtures and fittings meant…

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