Our specialist solicitors have the experience needed to move quickly on time sensitive issues, developing tailored solutions to help set realistic goals and make sure they’re met. We’ll take the guesswork out of the process from start to finish, providing an honest assessment and guidance along the way – whichever resolution path you want to take.
The range of commercial litigation services we offer are as varied as the needs of your business, meaning we can zoom in and out from the big picture to guard against potentially contentious issues, right down to combing the fine print of a contract. Some of our services include:
- Alternative dispute resolution
- Intellectual property
- Professional negligence
- Reputation management
- Breach of contract
- Debt recovery
Partnership and shareholder agreements
Setting up a business requires some thought on the most appropriate legal structure. Whatever the agreement, Tann Law ensures the rights of those involved are properly taken care of.
There are many legal entities. Some are more complicated than others. Every business owner needs to consider which arrangement is the most appropriate for them. Partnership agreements are a popular way to form a business. There are different partnership agreements, so it helps to know the difference.
Shareholder agreements set out certain agreements made by the business owners. These can be used to regulate ownership and voting rights. They can make provision for how capital contributions are to be made or how disputes between shareholders are to be resolved.
At Tann Law our knowledge of business agreements allows you to make the right choice. Our solicitors can be trusted to explain the benefits and risks of each. We explain matters in plain English, not legal jargon. Our aim is to make your decision the best one for your business.
Working with another company can be one way to grow or diversify your own business. A joint venture is like any commercial relationship. Having the appropriate legal agreements in place ensures both sides are clear on their role and responsibilities.
Joint ventures can seem straightforward. Both parties involved however need to be clear on what the venture relates to. How long will it exist, what to do with any assets or equity and who controls what. Shares, revenue time and investment will require some thought too. Since joint ventures can be arranged in different ways, both parties need to agree on which best suits their project.
Before entering in to any form of agreement, talk to one of our experts. Using our expertise, we work in partnership with you, ensuring your interests are documented and protected in the proper way.
Talk to us today and together, we can make the most of your new adventure. Call 02477 287 119.