Richard George & Jenkins can assist whether you are starting a business and looking for legal advice, or looking for assistance with litigation, or planning to buy or sell a business. We offer advice and practical commercial legal solutions to individuals, small businesses and SMEs in matters such as:
- Business structures: establishing a new business enterprise or restructuring an existing business, including partnership, joint venture, company, trust or franchise.
- Business contracts: the preparation or review of all types of legal contracts including: purchase or sale of a business, franchises, supply, service, distribution, partnership or commercial agreements/contracts.
- Commercial disputes and litigation: including dispute resolution and business litigation covering a wide range of problems such as breach of contract, building and property disputes, debt recovery, copyright and trademark infringement, partnership disputes and corporations law.
- Corporations law: assistance with shareholders agreements, advice on corporate governance and documenting company administrations.
- Copyright, trademarks and patents: managing and enforcing intellectual property rights, including litigation where needed, plus the registration of designs, patents and trademarks.
- Property and leasing: retail and commercial leasing for both landlords and tenants plus the sale or purchase of commercial property.
- Employment matters: employment contracts, settlement agreements, disputes, unfair dismissals, occupational health and safety issues.
- Bankruptcy and insolvency: recovering money owed to you from the point of an initial Letter of Demand through to Court actions.
- Taxation and finance: drafting and reviewing commercial mortgages, guarantees, charges and other securities documentation as well as advice in regard to specific taxes.
- Business succession and asset protection: assistance in devising a plan that protects your assets through unit, discretionary and family trusts, Wills and/or Powers of Attorney.
Contact us to arrange a consultation with an experienced solicitor.