Commercial businesses need legal guidance perfectly aligned with their needs. We provide not just advice, but creative solutions to legal problems delivered in a commercially minded way. We make it our business to get to know your business, so we really understand your model and sector, so we can steer you through everything from day-to-day commercial matters to contracts, agreements, risk management, asset protection and share schemes.
Our commercial lawyers work as an extension of your team, going the extra mile to provide bespoke solutions for your unique challenges.
Our team of commercial solicitors is the biggest along the M5 corridor between Birmingham and Bristol, and we’ve been recognised as top-tier within the West Midlands and South West regions by our peers in the Legal 500. We have a wealth of experience across all aspects of commercial law, much of which has been gained at national or city firms, and we have experience in numerous sectors – including technology, advanced manufacturing, health and social care, logistics and charities. This enables us to share real expertise with our clients and to address legal concerns with a thorough understanding of the context and industry you’re operating within.
From owner-managed start-ups to multinational PLCs, not-for-profit organisations and public-sector bodies, our experience extends across the board.
Our commercial lawyers work with every one of our clients locally, nationally and internationally as an extension of their team, providing bespoke solutions for the unique challenges your business faces and always going the extra mile to exceed expectations. Our pragmatic approach to managing risk and advising on insurance protections aligned to your commercial goals adds real value to our clients.
Rugby team Worcester Warriors turned to Commercial lawyer Daniel De Saulles when they needed help understanding, negotiating and implementing the Premiership Commercial Regulations along with the league’s new Salary Cap Regulations.view full case study
Sport has suffered during lockdown, and clubs have struggled without revenue – one club came to Jenny Raymond of our dispute resolution team to pursue its claim for business interruption insurance (BII).view full case study
Dene Magna School were able to call on the specialist expertise of academies expert Emma Swann and the education team when approval for their new sixth form in Cinderford, Forest of Dean, was challenged by another local school.view full case study
Providing the means to generate tailored contracts for a global provider of HR and payroll services, and support with negotiations, Charles Drayson acted as an extension of the company’s in-house team.view full case study
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