Brachers bolsters corporate and commercial team with partner hire
We enjoy working closely with our clients to understand their business needs and provide them with a full range of commercial legal services. Our specialist lawyers provide commercially focussed and pragmatic advice that ensures your interests are always protected.
We advise on areas including:
- commercial agreements and issues (such as terms and conditions, agency and distribution agreements, purchase and supply agreements, outsourcing and joint ventures)
- projects (including in particular, energy, infrastructure and manufacturing projects)
- intellectual property
- loan and other finance and security structures
- construction and operation arrangements
- information technology
- data protection
Our Commercial team advises large UK and multi-national businesses, SMEs, partnerships, sole traders and charities/not for profit organisations operating in a wide range of sectors including life sciences, manufacturing, food and retail, technology and communications, energy and renewables, agriculture, financial services, IT, events, education, travel, fashion and healthcare.
We also advise a number of international businesses who are working in the UK and UK businesses who have activities overseas.
As a firm we are proud to be ranked nationally by Chambers UK, the leading guide to UK law firms, for our work. The lead Partner in our Commercial team, Erol Huseyin, is also ranked in Chambers Global as a leading lawyer due to the breadth and extent of his domestic and international experience.
Our Commercial team is fully integrated with colleagues across the firm involved in employment, property, corporate and dispute resolution to ensure clients receive the full spectrum of advice they need.
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