Our commercial lawyers can help you and your business grow and develop – whether you’re starting a new business, need advice on the day-to-day running of your existing operations, are looking to expand through financing, merging or buying or are simply selling up. We work with small and medium sized businesses, owner managed businesses and entrepreneurs in Hertfordshire, London and across the UK.
We work closely with you and your other professional advisers to provide practical and commercial advice to ensure that projects are delivered within agreed timescales and within budget. We offer highly competitive rates compared with City firms, without compromising on the quality of service.
Working with our employment, property and litigation teams, we advise on all forms of company and commercial work and have a particular focus on the IT, charities, recruitment and healthcare sectors. Our approach is to provide you with a single integrated service backed up by our industry knowledge.
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Top tier rankings for Debenhams Ottaway in The Legal 500 UK 2023
The Legal 500 UK, one of the leading legal directories, has published its latest results that celebrate the leading law firms and lawyers in the UK. Debenhams Ottaway is recognised…
4 things your business should think about right now
Running a business can be exciting and rewarding, but keeping track of the latest legal requirements is often a challenge. With new rules and updates constantly coming out, here are…
Relaunch of the City Club network
We were delighted to relaunch the City Club network in October 2021. Our guest speaker, John Hardy, Consultant Development Manager at Travelodge shared the rationale and process behind the new Travelodge…
The importance of having a shareholders’ agreement
Numerous professional healthcare businesses, such as care home operators, are structured as limited companies. In many circumstances, such companies have a number of shareholders, and regulating their relationship can be…
COVID-19: Do your contracts contain a force majeure clause?
Coronavirus is sweeping across the globe, and along with the serious health implications, businesses will be concerned about the effect the outbreak will have on their ability to trade. It…