When you produce goods, you face a myriad of issues from funding new development and manufacture, protecting your brand and any intellectual property rights, working with suppliers to source raw materials or make components for your goods (potentially using tooling belonging to you or your customer), ensuring the goods are made to meet specification and quality and are packaged properly.
All this happens before you get the goods to the market. You may sell directly or through distributors or agents or both and have to deal with the logistics behind the supply.
It is easy to inadvertently damage your revenue stream and increase your risk and liability if you don’t get proper legal advice.
Furley Page has lawyers with the expertise across its teams to work alongside manufacturing businesses supporting you as necessary. We have experience in working with clients at all levels of the supply chain so we understand the practicalities as well as the legal issues.
We are often asked to:
We have lawyers who think laterally and have both the commercial pragmatism and legal knowledge to support your business and help you achieve your objectives. Many have worked with manufacturing companies for years so understand where you are coming from.