Commercial law is at the heart of the service Underwood & Co has offered to a wide range of businesses over the decades.
Operating a commercial organisation is a complicated challenge that involves a host of legal processes. Whether you require assistance with the day-to-day running of a business, or with long-term strategic elements, you will find a deep wealth of expertise within our dedicated and expert teams.
Our commercial clients operate in a broad variety of industries and cover the full spectrum of business types. Whether you are a multi-national or a start-up, a local retailer or an SME, our flexible and insightful colleagues will be able to collaborate with you to deliver successful legal outcomes.
The areas that our commercial teams cover include:
- Agency agreements
- Computer software and hardware agreements
- Joint venture agreements
- Intellectual property
- Licensing agreements
- Partnership agreements
- Professional appointments (including large procurement
- Sale of goods/services
- Shareholder agreements
- Terms and conditions of trading
Intellectual property is an area where we have extensive expertise. The law here covers a wide range of considerations including your branding, artwork and designs and any proprietary materials you create.
At Underwood & Co, we are proud of the reputation we have built as a trusted partner to a host of businesses of all shapes and sizes, and of our ability to cope with issues arising in any area of commercial law.
Some examples of our Commercial experience
- Drafting a bespoke property management agreement for a niche property management company.
- Advising the owner of a £50 million property in negotiating a property management agreement.
- Advising an agent and assisting with the negotiation of a deed of termination for a property where the client was not meeting its contractual obligations.
- The firm advised several professional services firms on conversion from partnership to LLP status.
- Advising a global professional services firm on various aspects and revisions to their LLP agreements.