Services

Joint Ventures
and Business
Relationships

Our specialist team advises on all stages of a joint venture, from planning and structuring to developing an exit strategy.

We listen to your objectives and find practical solutions. Our specialist team has extensive experience in advising on corporate joint ventures, general partnerships, limited liability partnerships and unincorporated collaborations. We work closely with you to identify the structure that works best for you.

We are described by independent legal guides as “excellent”, “commercially astute”, “approachable and collaborative”, having the “ability to think laterally” and being able to “understand our clients’ needs”.

17/01/2020

Key considerations for negotiating share earn-out payments

Firstly the parties need to agree what targets must be achieved to trigger payment of the earn-out. Such targets could be financial, operational or linked to specific event. The length of earn-out period needs to be discussed and agreed. Most earn-outs last between one and three years following completion, but other time frames may be…

Read full news story

Key team member

Gareth Burge
Director, Corporate

View full profile

Team

Gareth Burge

Director, Corporate

Philip Chapman

Director, Corporate

Tim Edwards

Director, Corporate

Fiona Boxwell

Associate Director, Corporate

Joe Rollins

Solicitor, Corporate

Reece De-Vaney

Trainee Solicitor, Corporate

Contact

Give us a call and we’ll get you to the right office and person to help you with your requirements.

T. 0345 20 73 72 8 T. 0345 20 73 72 8

Protecting your personal wealth

Our wealth protection team advises on life time planning and wills, property matters and family law. We can help you to manage your private affairs whilst you manage your business.

Protect your assets

Property and employment law support

Most corporate transactions involve property and employment elements. Our property and employment experts are on hand to advise as required.

Sale and purchase of business premises

Thursfields offers a pragmatic view of the level of complexity needed depending on the individual situation, and clearly explains each element of its documents and why they are needed.

Corporate services client

Our latest news and events

20/02/2020

Are you a Charity? Gifts in Wills Health Check

Read full news story

19/02/2020

Holding on for a bumpy ride

What is bumping? Bumping is a term that is heard of when talking, primarily about redundancy situations. To put it in simple terms bumping is a process of moving a potentially redundant employee (A) into another role and dismissing the employee currently performing that role (B). Therefore, for it to be a true bumping situation…

Read full news story

By using this website you agree to accept our Privacy Policy and Terms & Conditions