Trading in Business
Once you have set up your business you will be thinking about how to make money. This will undoubtedly involve trading with third parties or perhaps getting others to sell your goods and services for you.
We can assess with you what you need from a legal perspective. It may include one or more of the following:
Working and living together – pitfalls for unwary cohabitants
The recent case of Geary v Rankine  further highlights the potential financial disadvantage a cohabitant may face if he or she does not take steps to protect their financial position.
Furley Page is recommended by The Legal 500 for expertise in advising on Corporate and commercial matters.
The Legal 500 2012 : Corporate and commercial
Susan and her colleagues provided a first class service, remaining professional and thoroughly efficient throughout a tricky company acquisition.
Having to deal with the other party's solicitors gave me an insight into the differences between legal firms and I'm happy to say we picked the right one!
Client of Susan Jennings Feb 2012