Business Law Advice

Allied Legal’s commercial lawyers can provide you with commercially astute legal advice at every stage of your business’ life cycle (business law advice).  This includes advice on planning and structuring issues, licenses, and approvals required to operate, day-to-day operational advice, assisting with the sale or acquisition of your business and succession planning.


Allied Legal’s commercial lawyers will support you with commercial advice on all aspects of running your business and on your relationships with customers and suppliers, and we can draft all those contracts which you require.

Our commercial lawyers pride themselves on looking after your everyday legal needs. Our goal is for you to see us as an extension of your team.  We also seek to work collaboratively with your other business advisors.  This includes your accountant, tax consultant, corporate advisors and financial planners.

Our commercial lawyers will guide you through your day-to-day activities with a view to helping you comply with your legal and regulatory obligations.

Allied Legal’s corporate and commercial team advise companies, businesses, financial institutions and public sector bodies, and have a particular specialism in advising SMEs, early-stage companies, entrepreneurs, and family-owned businesses.

Our team is experienced in handling transactions across a broad range of sectors including education, energy and resources, health care, property, building and construction, financial services, media and technology, online and e-commerce and retail and leisure.


We can help you with all your commercial legal issues including:

  1. Advantages and disadvantages of different structures (eg – company, partnership, trusts etc).
  2. Breach of Contract.
  3. Commercial disputes.
  4. Commercial Leases.
  5. Company formations and secretarial services.
  6. Corporate constitutions.
  7. Corporate governance.
  8. Employee incentive schemes.
  9. Franchising issues.
  10. Fundraising and borrowing arrangements.
  11. General corporate advice.
  12. Group restructures.
  13. Purchasing a business.
  14. Sale of a business.
  15. Share option arrangements.
  16. Shareholder arrangements.
  17. Tax disputes.


How We Work

By getting to know our clients we can suggest services which are relevant to your needs and tailor them to the specific circumstances in hand. We seek to alert our clients to legal changes which will affect their day-to-day operations and ensure that they are ready to deal with them. In an ever more regulated society, this aspect of our service is becoming ever more relevant and important.

We encourage you to contact us to the extent that you are uncertain about your legal position in relation to any business issue to get business law advice.

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