Corporate Commercial

Notice re Coronavirus (COVID-19) 

Our team are all still working and continuing to look after all our clients financial and legal matters and take new instructions, or simply just give advice. The safety of our clients and staff is important to us. We are here for all our clients via telephone and email and offering 'virtual' meetings and appointments to suit your needs.

Updates for You and Your Business

Buying From Administrators
Cyber Security, Data Protection and Covid-19
Providing Independent Legal Advice in Challenging Times
Business Support in Economic Emergency
COVID-19 The 'Classic' Force Majeure?
Bounce Back Business Loans welcomed by SMEs

Our promise: transparent, flexible, tailored legal fees from the outset.

We aim to add value to your business, rather than just guiding you through the law, by developing an understanding of your business and your goals, whether as a shareholder, director, member, partner or company, providing strategic support to your objectives in the long term and facilitating your goals on time and on budget.

We support our national, regional and local clients, ranging from entrepreneurs to SMEs to PLCs across a wide variety of fast growing and developing companies in all sectors including manufacturing, retail, services, energy, engineering and IT, as they deal with issues such as:

  • Mergers, acquisitions and disposals
  • Joint ventures
  • Partnership and LLP agreements
  • Shareholder agreements
  • Shareholder disputes
  • Company reconstructions
  • Banking matters, including facility agreements and security
  • Commercial contracts
  • Terms and conditions of sale or supply of goods/ services
  • Intellectual property
  • E-commerce
  • Company secretarial matters, including incorporations

Articles

  1. Thinking of borrowing to fund a shares buyback? 
  2. Shareholders' Agreements - what every business person needs to know
  3. Dealing with shareholder or partner disputes
  4. Sale and purchase agreements: be careful what you agree to
  5. So called 'penalty' clauses in commercial contracts 
  6. The Small Business, Enterprise and Employment Act 2015: legal changes for the attention of company directors

 

Latest Blogs

Management Buy-Out Advice for Oldham Company

Pearson Solicitors and Financial Advisers have advised Lift Safe Ltd on a recent Management Buy-Out of the Oldham Company. The recent Management buy-out of Lift Safe Ltd ensures continuity of staff and services at the Oldham based company. The business...

Employers' Guide to Data Protection during COVID-19

With more businesses set to return to work from 4 July 2020, employers are asking whether they are allowed under the Data Protection Act 2018 (the " Act ") to ask employees about their health. Under the Act, health data is "special category...

Buying From Administrators

As has been reported in recent press and, unfortunately, as will continue to be reported over the coming weeks and months, Covid-19 has proved to be the final straw for many companies.  However, when a company goes into Administration it doesn't...

Cyber Security, Data Protection and Covid-19

Home working has become the new norm and may even remain that way for the foreseeable future. It is important that businesses ensure that data protection requirements are not forgotten, and that cyber-security is sufficient to meet the demands of scattered,...

Bounce Back Business Loans welcomed by SMEs

Small businesses affected by Covid-19 have been promised loans of up to £50,000 which could be a lifeline to many of the SMEs we work with said Commercial Solicitors at Pearson. The bounce back measures announced by Chancellor Rishi Sunak recently...

Latest News

High Court Contract Dispute Focuses on Online Gambling Domain Name

Internet domain names often change hands for large sums of money and disputes in respect of their ownership are an increasing source of litigation. A High Court ruling in one such case concerned a domain name which had strategic potential in the online...

Inner Workings of Online Property Platforms Analysed in Shares Sale Row

Purchasers of private companies sadly often feel that they have been sold a pup, but making such an assertion is a great deal easier than proving it. That was certainly so in a case concerning the acquisition of a commercial lettings agency in which the High...

Writer's Ex-Partner Wins Recognition as Co-Author of Hollywood Screenplay

Professional writers often receive assistance and inspiration from friends, family and others, but to what extent, if any, should their contributions be recognised in law? The High Court addressed that issue in the context of a broken relationship between...

Maker of 'Shapewear' Jeans Blocks 'Rip-Off' Product from the Market

There is nothing more galling than witnessing competitors profiting at your expense by ripping off your original ideas and designs. As a High Court case concerning a novel variety of 'body-enhancing' jeans showed , however, intellectual property lawyers are...

Live Boxing Events Organiser Granted 'Dynamic' Internet Blocking Order

Organisers of sporting and other events who derive much of their income from pay-per-view or subscription live streaming are fighting a constant war against internet piracy. As a High Court case showed , with the assistance of judges and the legal...