Dealing with the Day-to-Day Running of Your Business

All businesses face issues on a day-to-day basis - whatever their size or turnover. Our Commercial Team can help ensure those issues don’t grow into expensive problems – and keep your business running smoothly.

The challenges of running a business can sometimes seem endless. You might, for example, be:

  • chasing long-overdue debts and dealing with cash flow problems
  • entering into new trade contracts
  • updating your terms and conditions
  • responding to complaints and claims about your goods and services (or making claims about others’)
  • protecting the design in a new product
  • managing your employees
  • responding to an employment tribunal claim
  • expanding into new premises
  • negotiating rent reviews on your office lease

Or you might simply be planning the next steps for your business in the context of the impending Brexit.

How Can We Help?

Whatever issues you face, our team of commercial lawyers can help you to find the most appropriate solution for your business. You can find out how by clicking on the boxes below.

Based at our offices in North Manchester, just off junction 22 of the M60, the team comprises experts in company and commercial law, employment law, dispute resolution and commercial property law. Our lawyers work side-by-side to deliver a pro-active and holistic service that meets our clients’ wide-ranging, commercial legal needs.

Get in touch and find out how we can help. (Click “Contacts” below.)

Transparency When it Comes to Fees

You can expect us to be transparent in our approach to costs throughout our work with you. For more on how to manage your legal costs, click here: "Managing your Legal Costs". 

Contact  

For more information, get in touch with one of our key contacts:

Commercial property: Karen Piontek

Corporate & commercial: Karen Piontek

Disputes: Christopher Burke

Employment: Susan Mayall

Financial planning: Richard Eastwood

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