Our Company Law Solicitors have been advising businesses throughout Coventry and Warwickshire for many years. We are proud of the personal service we provide to all our corporate clients and where possible we are always available by phone and will respond to your email within 24 hours. As a full-service law firm, we can also provide advice on other matters such as commercial property and disputes resolution.
We can provide expert advice and representation on:
- Company formations.
- Share sales.
- Shareholders’ Agreements.
- Mergers and Acquisitions.
- Directors’ duties and disqualification
- Director Service Agreements.
We are a diverse, multi-lingual law firm that uses best-in-class technology to provide clients with streamlined, modern, and highly effective corporate law advice and representation. Our years of experience in company law means we have a robust reputation for excellence with the UK’s best Barristers and Queen’s Counsel , accountants, surveyors, valuers, and industry experts who will when needed, bring additional support to our Corporate Law Department.
What are the different types of business legal structures?
When you initially set up your business you need to select a legal structure that will help you achieve your commercial ambitions. The most common legal structures in the UK are:
Our Company Law Solicitors can take you through the advantages and disadvantages of each structure so you can choose the right one for your venture.
What is corporate governance?
Corporate governance refers to the rules, processes, and procedures which govern how a company is directed and run. Good corporate governance ensures that an organisation has suitable decision-making processes and controls in place to balance and safeguard the best interests of all stakeholders, including shareholders, employees, suppliers, customers, and the community.
In an age where a company’s reputation can be destroyed through trial by social media, good corporate governance is essential to protect your brand. From matters relating to shareholder engagement through to environment and sustainability policies, our Company Law Solicitors can provide specialist advice on all corporate governance-related matters.
What are the advantages of a joint venture?
Joint ventures are a common way for two or more companies to join together to undertake significant business activities or projects.
Entering into a joint venture can help your organisation gain the specialist resources, equipment, and market knowledge required to execute a particular growth strategy or innovative development.
We have vast knowledge and experience in advising on the creation, running, and dismantling of joint ventures, including cross-border initiatives. From tax matters to risk mitigation, and dispute resolution, you can be confident that our team will take care of the legal matters so you can focus on the joint venture’s success.
Why choose us?
Our Solicitors are businesspeople themselves; therefore, we understand that every decision you make must encompass commercial reality. We receive most of our instructions via word of mouth recommendations because company directors and business owners throughout the West Midlands know that we have the knowledge and dedication required to ensure their company law-related concerns and requirements are meticulously taken care of.
The advice we give is sharp, practical, and bespoke to your commercial objectives. Our agility and investment in technology mean many of our processes are automated, thereby reducing fees and ensuring your investment as our client is primarily directed towards acquiring our expertise, getting solutions to your problems, and putting you in a position to action opportunities.
We are focused on results and achieving them in the swiftest, most cost-effective way possible. Our Company Law Solicitors will take care of your legal concerns so you can concentrate on your organisation’s future growth and prosperity.
Meet your 'Company Law' specialists
The team to guide you through your legal needs.
Depending upon the complexity we are able to offer fixed fees in some cases. In other cases our solicitors chargethe following hourly rate:
- Partner/Member SolicitorHourly rate of £250 + VAT
- Senior Solicitor or Head of Dept: (PQE 8yr+)Hourly rate of £225 + VAT
- Assistant Solicitor/Fee Earner (PQE 3/7yr)Hourly rate of £200 + VAT
- Newly Qualified Fee Earner (PQE 1/3yr)Hourly rate of £170 + VAT
- Paralegals/TraineesHourly rate of £120 + VAT
- Support ParalegalsHourly rate of £100 + VAT