I am a business solicitors/ lawyer and I am the Managing Director/ CEO of Summerfield Browne Solicitors. I am also a legal advisor with the Institute of Directors in London.
A charging order is a way of securing a judgement debt of the court, by placing a charge over a judgement debtor's interest in land, or certain other assets. The court's power to make a charging order...
Summerfield Browne Solicitors operate a hybrid legal services model which combines an innovative consultancy based provision of legal services with the more traditional legal services business model.
Ensuring that you agree the price and payment terms in a commercial contract is a key component of running a successful business.
UK Small Business Enterprise and Employment Act 2015 has varied the rules relating to directors disqualification in the UK and in particualar the implications of involvement in overseas companies for ...
UK Small Business Enterprise and Employment Act 2015 (Act) – Implications for Shadow directors
The UK Consumer Alternative Dispute Resolution Regulations fully came into force on 1 October 2015. It is important to understand the implications for your business.
If you are looking to sell your business here are a few practical tips to maximise the opportunity to sell and also the sale price.
Limitation clauses in B2B contracts are only effective if they have been incorporated in the contract and we explain how they can be incorporated.
It is important to determine whether a term is an express term of a contract or merely a pre-contract representation.
There are different forms of commercial contract that can be used in different situations. Certain forms of contract are more suitable to more informal arrangements.
If you are looking to retain good employees then you need to ensure that they are incentivised. This article considers different types of bonus scheme that you could implement in the work place.
Are you thinking of entering into a business joint venture in Europe? If so then you should evaluate whether to set it up under English Law and jurisdiction and below are a few basic considerations to...