Commercial Law The remit of commercial law becomes ever wider and more complex each year as a raft of legislation is passed down by the UK Parliament and the European Union.  Commercial law affects every aspect of business and we can help you promote the efficacy of your business.  For more information please contact Mark Forman.  The areas upon which we advise include the following : -

• The legal regime for selling via the Internet, including the distance selling regulations and E-commerce regulations.
• International law and Incoterms and terms of carriage whether by land, sea or air.
• Data protection and privacy
• Intellectual property – trademarks, copyright, designs, patents and trade secrets
• Business protection from misleading marketing and consumer protection from unfair trading 2008
• Sale of goods and services and the provision of service regulations 2009
• Company law and trading structures and the Companies Act 2006 covering shareholders rights and fiduciary obligations of directors
• Shareholder agreements and advises and partnership agreements and advices
• Trading terms and conditions and distribution and licensing arrangement
• Joint ventures and mergers and working in partnership
• Raising of capital and investments and financing, refinancing and investment in companies
• Competitive tendering and EU Procurement regulations
• Green energy regulation and production