Business Lawyers UK: Our Panel of Experts

Expert Commercial Law has a panel of business lawyers, UK, on hand to assist with a broad range of corporate and commercial legal issues or disputes.
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What is a business lawyer in the UK?

A business lawyer is a professional who specialises in giving legal business advice and services for a wide range of business matters.

Their main legal services can include drafting and negotiating contracts, providing commercial legal advice, and representing clients in disputes and litigation.

At Expert Commercial Law, we have a panel of business lawyers, UK. They provide legal advice and representation to businesses in the UK, and individuals involved in commercial transactions.

Services include contract drafting and review, intellectual property protection, commercial property, data protection, insolvency and mergers and acquisitions. They can help maintain client relationships, even throughout commercial disputes.

They also help businesses navigate legal issues related to commercial disputes, regulatory compliance, and corporate governance. They can also provide guidance on long-term legal compliance and risk management to minimise potential legal issues.

The UK-based business lawyers on our panel are highly professional and experienced in this area of the law.

What are the main roles of business lawyers, UK?

Commercial lawyers play a crucial role in providing legal advice and assistance to businesses. They work closely with the client to ensure their interests are protected and that all legal requirements are met.

Some of the common areas where a business lawyer can provide guidance and support include:

Business Formation:

Advising on the most suitable legal structure for a business. This may include sole proprietorship, partnership, limited liability partnership (LLP), or limited company. They can assist with the registration process and drafting necessary documents to start running your business.


Drafting, reviewing, and negotiating contracts and agreements. These may include commercial contracts, supplier agreements, partnership agreements, terms and conditions, employment contracts, non-disclosure agreements (NDAs), and more.

Intellectual Property (IP) Protection:

Advising on the protection of intellectual property rights, including trademarks, copyrights, patents, and trade secrets. They can help with the registration process and enforcement of IP rights.

Compliance and Regulatory Matters:

Assisting businesses in complying with various laws and regulations applicable to their industry. Examples include data protection laws, consumer protection laws, employment laws, health and safety regulations, and environmental regulations.

Commercial Litigation:

Representing businesses in disputes, including contract disputes, employment disputes, shareholder disputes, intellectual property disputes, and other commercial litigation matters.

Corporate Governance:

Providing guidance on corporate governance matters, including director duties, shareholder rights, corporate restructuring, mergers and acquisitions, and compliance with corporate governance codes.

Commercial Property:

Assisting with commercial property transactions, leases, property development, landlord-tenant disputes, and real estate financing.

International Business:

Assisting businesses with international expansion, cross-border transactions, international trade regulations, and navigating legal issues in foreign jurisdictions.

Insolvency and Restructuring:

Advising businesses facing financial difficulties on insolvency procedures, restructuring options, and creditor negotiations.

These are just some examples of the issues that a business lawyer in the UK can help with. The specific services provided will depend on the needs and circumstances of the business.

What makes a good business lawyer?

When choosing a business lawyer for your case, it is important to understand what makes a good commercial law solicitor to ensure you obtain a great service.

A good commercial lawyer possesses a mix of technical legal expertise, commercial acumen, and interpersonal skills.

Expert Legal Knowledge:

Understanding the law is important, especially in areas like contract law, corporate law, intellectual property, and real estate. These areas are related to commerce and business.

Commercial Awareness:

Understanding the client’s business, the market in which they operate, and the commercial realities affecting their business is crucial. This enables the lawyer to provide relevant, practical legal advice that aligns with the business objectives.

Analytical and Problem-Solving Skills:

The ability to analyse complex legal problems, identify relevant issues, and develop effective, creative solutions is essential. Business lawyers in the UK must navigate legal challenges while ensuring the client’s business goals are achievable.

Communication Skills:

Excellent written and verbal communication skills are vital. Lawyers must be able to explain complex legal concepts in a clear, understandable manner to clients who may not have a legal background. Negotiation skills also fall under this category, as they are essential in deal-making and dispute resolution.

Attention to Detail:

Precision is key in legal work. A good commercial lawyer pays close attention to the details of contracts, agreements, and legal documents. This helps to protect the client’s interests and avoid potential legal problems.

Ethical Integrity:

Upholding the highest standards of professionalism and ethical behaviour is non-negotiable. This includes confidentiality, honesty, and a commitment to the client’s best interests.

What is the process for initiating a case with a business law firm from Expert Commercial Law?

The process begins with contacting us via phone or our website request form. We will then discuss your case to understand your needs and match you with the most suitable lawyer from our panel who specialises in your specific legal issue.

When we pass your case over, the law firm will proceed from this point.

Is there a commitment or cost involved in the initial consultation with a business lawyer from our panel?

The initial consultation is designed to understand your legal needs and discuss how we can assist. There is no commitment required from you. Any costs associated with further legal services will be clearly outlined beforehand by your solicitor.

How can Expert Commercial Law assist?

Our team take the stress out of finding you a solicitor to assist on your corporate and commercial law issue. We have assisted many UK businesses and individuals in finding the right team of commercial lawyers for their case, providing cost effective solutions to commercial litigation.

We are not a firm of solicitors. However, we have a panel of commercial law solicitors who are authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority. If you contact us in relation to a commercial law case, we will pass your case onto a panel firm.

Our panel of commercial lawyers, UK assist on a full range of commercial law issues for large and small businesses. We have a number of full service law firms on our panel based throughout England and Wales

Get in touch today to speak to a business solicitor from our panel.

As a small business owner, navigating the complexities of a breach of contract claim was an overwhelming challenge for me.

My experience with Expert Commercial Law was nothing short of exceptional. They not only helped me find the perfect London based business lawyer for my case ,but also made the entire process seamless and stress-free.

Alan H

London Business Owner

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