Leading Corporate Solicitors in Manchester & London
Our renowned corporate solicitors provide robust advice on all aspects of running and growing a business in the UK to help you grow, develop and achieve your commercial and strategic business objectives. We tailor our support at every stage of a business’ life cycle from formation, expansion, collaborations, raising finance or capital through to business sales.
How Our Corporate Law Solicitors Can Help You
Monarch Solicitors corporate team support businesses in Manchester and London to deliver exceptional legal advice and commercial expertise creating a close relationship with our commercial clients, allowing you to focus on running your business.
We have the experience and resources to manage your project no matter how complex, will manage your project across a range of legal disciplines so you can rest assured your business will benefit from the very best legal advice and representation to ensure you achieve the commercial objectives critical to your success.
We work closely with and advise entrepreneurs, companies, shareholders, private equity and venture capital providers and professional services organisations, including banks and financial services businesses throughout the UK and overseas of all sizes, from SMEs to household names.
Types of Corporate Law Services We Provide
We provide tailored solutions to your specific requirements and budget on all aspects of running and growing a successful business in the UK. Our corporate lawyers provide an extensive range of corporate services across all stages of a business’s life cycle, including:
- Company formations
- Commercial contracts
- Shareholder agreements
- Sales and purchases of businesses and companies
- Funding including private equity and venture capital
- Management buyouts
- Mergers and acquisitions
- International and cross-border transactions
- Joint ventures and other strategic partnerships
- Corporate reorganisations and restructurings
- LLPs and partnerships
- Corporate governance and advisory
- Company secretarial services
- Charities & not for profit organisations
Brexit & Corporate Law
Our Brexit Team can advise you on the potential impact of Brexit on your existing and proposed cross-border commercial arrangements involving EU territories, including strategies for mitigating risk and preserving corporate and commercial relationships.
International Corporate Lawyers UK
Whether your organisation operates solely in the UK, or across multi-jurisdictional dimensions, our flexible and pragmatic relationships with a global network of associated law firms enable us to seamlessly deliver corporate law services on cross border projects.
Costs & Service Transparency
We recognise how important certainty of costs and value is for our clients and will always seek to agree fixed pricing for the drafting work. As part of our service we shall take the time to understand your goals and objectives to enable us to provide you with focused, cost efficient corporate law advice, which adds real value.
We are clear in our advice and completely transparent with our fees.
Contact Our Corporate Solicitors in Manchester and London, UK
If you would like to find out more about our corporate legal services please complete our online contact form here or send an email to us at [email protected] and one of our corporate solicitors shall call you back.
Alternatively, please call our corporate lawyers on 0330 127 8888 for a no obligation discussion.
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Corporate law and business law are neither the same or different, they are part of one another. Corporate law is a subsidiary of business law, which covers several other areas of law such as employment law. Corporate law focuses on the regulation, formation, governance, and maintenance of the legal entity of a business. Corporate law revolves around the conduct, operations, activities, and validity of the business.
Corporate law revolves around the business life cycle from the existence, maintenance, and dissolution of a business, and focuses on the internal people directly involved in the business, such as directors, shareholders, and employees. Commercial law, on the other hand, revolves around the matters arising from the commercial activities a business engages with third parties, such as other businesses, suppliers, and manufacturers.
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