and your business.
You will require a wide range of commercial contracts during the lifetime of your business. If you do not have accurately drafted and agreed contracts, you could face a variety of expensive and time-consuming legal issues.
In theory, verbal contracts are as enforceable as written agreements, however they are very difficult to prove. When things go wrong there is rarely evidence of what has been agreed, leaving your business in a very weak position.
Our commercial lawyers have expert knowledge and detailed experience in the drafting of all types of commercial contracts including agency and distribution agreements, confidentiality agreements, consultancy agreements, data protection, franchising, outsourcing agreements, cross-option agreements, privacy policies, supply agreements and terms and conditions.
We will make sure that you get a breakdown of everything that is included in your contract in plain English. Our experts will brief you on any potential risks and how to manage them. We will ensure you are positioned to make informed decisions that protect your business today and in the future.
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Friday 19th February 2021
RESTRICTIVE COVENANTS: WHAT ARE THEY AND WHY DO YOU NEED THEM?
When an employee leaves, they are in a position to profit from your confidential information, either by divulging secrets to others or taking what they know and putting it into practice themselves. Restrictive covenants can stop this from happening. What are restrictive covenants? Restrictive covenants are restraints written into an employment contract that trigger as soon as a person leaves …
Thursday 11th February 2021
5 legal documents every digital start-up needs
For digital start-ups turning an idea into a commercially viable business can be a risky proposition. If you want to protect your investment in your business, then having the right legal documentation in place from the outset is essential. To help you hit the ground running, we have outlined below five legal documents that every digital start-up should have in …