As separate counsel, we provide decision-makers with the opportunity to have unbiased counsel and clear understanding of the conflict of interest that is inherent in an increasing number of situations for corporate counsel and external law firm’s self-interests in gearing towards the more aggressive legal approach.


Corporate Advisory

Entity formation – Our team can help determine the best strategy and structure such as corporations, LLCs and other types of entities that best meet our clients’ specific goals.

Incorporation of UK companies, LLPS and the registration of UK establishments.

Commercial agreements – We can help negotiate, draft, and execute commercial agreements, business transactions, and technology licenses.

Corporate services –

  • drafting documents for the appointment and resignation/removal of officers, issue of shares and share transfers;
  • changes to articles of association and other resolutions;
  • auditing of statutory registers; and
  • applications to strike off companies
Corporate transactions – We are experienced in drafting all types of definitive documents to support the most appropriate structure for a transaction. We recognize that each transaction is unique and is a key component of our clients’ continued success and growth. We take the time to counsel clients as to the benefits and risks of various approaches and provide accurate, concise documentation to memorialize the decision-making process for future business growth reference.

Strategic Support

Transcending from the narrow role of legal advisors, we advance our clients’ objectives beyond courtrooms as strategic advisors to the board.

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