We help you run your business as efficiently and profitably as possible. We are a specialist, dedicated team dealing with all manner of commercial contracts and have particular expertise and experience in a number of sectors.
- Media and publishing
- Intellectual property rights
- Events management and promotions
Our team has been recognised for excellence in commercial contracts in the current edition of the UK Legal 500.
We focus on fully understanding your business and offering practical, commercial advice tailored to your own situation and needs, so that you can trust us and our expertise completely. We evaluate and implement risk management and minimisation to ensure you achieve the best results in relation to your contracting arrangements with third parties, maximising profitability and ensuring the contracts you enter into are not just pieces of paper to be disregarded once signed.
Our team is technically gifted at identifying and eliminating or exploiting loopholes as needed, to help guarantee you get exactly what you want from your contract arrangements and that there are no unexpected problems. We adopt a no-nonsense, pragmatic approach, without any legalistic ‘point scoring’, cutting through issues and getting to the final solution as swiftly and effectively as possible.
We draft, negotiate and interpret a wide variety of commercial contracts, including agreements for the supply and purchase of goods and services, outsourcing arrangements, agency and distribution agreements, franchise agreements and tender responses. We also strategise in relation commercial disputes and negotiate their settlement, whether before or after proceedings have been issued, helping you to avoid unnecessary expense and delay.
We advise on both domestic and international arrangements, coordinating with management and local specialists across numerous jurisdictions where relevant to give you a holistic service that is user-friendly and that you can trust completely.
Click here to find out more about Memery Crystal’s commercial contracts practice.
This material was sourced from the Memery Crystal website.
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