Mills & Reeve can advise on all areas of commercial law, including tax, intellectual property, competition, real estate, public procurement and employment. The team includes 12 partners and 28 other lawyers.
The commercial team at Mills & Reeve are perfectly placed to help whether you work in a public sector or private business and will act as business advisers, helping you to offset some of the day to day pressures of running a business.
With a wide range of expertise across a variety of sectors, Mills & Reeve can help you navigate the confusing rules and regulations and help you work more efficiently so you can focus on the real challenges ahead, allowing you to meet the demands of your business. They offer innovative solutions and original thinking, giving you the support you need, no matter what your requirements.
They have a wide range of experience, including:
- Working on deals between the NHS and private health providers
- Outsourcing arrangements
- Website and app development agreements
- Media production, publishing, sponsorship and affiliation agreements
- Advising on setting up online payment processing services
- Commercial comtracts
- Public procurement
- IT and business process outsourcing
- Regulatory reform
- Advising on supplier agreements and assisting with transitions from old to new suppliers
Mills & Reeve’s clients include Archant, Aviva plc, Bounty (UK) Limited, Department of Energy and Climate Change, Ministry of Defence, Solicitors Regulation Authority, The British Council, The British Museum Company, The Financial Conduct Authority (formerly the Financial Services Authority) and Virgin Care.
‘The team deliver “rigorous analysis of the issues, impeccable attention to detail and a solution-focused approach”.’ — Legal 500
‘Greg Gibson “takes time to understand clients’ requirements, and is flexible and creative in finding solutions”.’ — Legal 500
Contact Greg Gibson for more information.
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