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Company and commercial law is one of the most important areas for businesses to take specialist legal advice.

The Company and Commercial Unit at ScoMo works with businesses large and small to provide tailored practical advice.

We advise public companies, limited liability companies, partnerships and LLPs, charities, sole traders and all manner of business structures.

We can walk you through company incorporation, setting up and ensure you have standard procedures in place, advise on contracts and assist with litigious matters.

We have experience advising in sectors including banking, education, media, sports and leisure. It is strongly recommended to consult a solicitor at the earliest opportunity to make sure your business complies with legislative requirements and to deal with any issues that arise. We serve clients throughout England, including London, Bristol, Manchester, Birmingham, Newcastle, Leeds and Liverpool.

The advice we can give includes matters such as:

  • company formation
  • how to comply with your legal obligations under the Companies Act 2006
  • amending your Memorandum and Articles of Association
  • directors' duties
  • procedures for board meetings and general meetings
  • contract drafting
  • contractual disputes
  • non-disclosure and confidential information clauses
  • registering charges
  • franchising
  • share schemes
  • mergers & acquisitions
  • insolvency

Our lawyers can also give presentations on topics concerning company and commercial law.

Call now for a free initial, no-obligation consultation.

Contact our Commercial Solicitors in London

For more information get in touch via our online contact form or call our team now on 0207 841 1099 .

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