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Legal support tailored specifically to your business needs. 

Areas of Practice

COmpany LAW

Whether you're just setting out or are already an established business you will need to make sure that you're compliant with relevant legislation. Evetts Legal can advise you on your legal position from the outset; from setting up your company and drafting shareholder agreements through to acquisitions, mergers and selling your business.       


Starting a business is a big step. You'll be excited about your idea or product but don't forget that there are legal implications. Company or LLP? Model articles or bespoke? Shareholder/Partnership Agreement or not? Our firm gives you sensible advice so you can get things right from the start.                       


In business, getting your contractual terms and conditions right is a must. It gives all parties to an agreement a clear understanding of their duties and responsibilities. A well-drafted contract can save you thousands of pounds in legal fees in the event of a dispute. Evetts Legal can review existing contracts or draft and negotiate bespoke terms for your business.


No matter how much effort you put into making your business an enjoyable place to work, sometimes there are employment law issues. Evetts Legal can advise you through thecorrect processes, from recruitment and selection, engaging employees, handling workplace disputes and business changes, right the way through to ending the employment relationship.     


When you've come up with a great new brand or idea, you want to make sure that you protect your vision. At Evetts Legal, we can advise you how to protect your business ideas. We have particular expertise in the Pharmaceutical Sector but can advise a wide range of commercial interests.                            


Evetts Legal can provide bespoke training for your organisation in a range of legal disciplines. Do your employees need equality and diversity training? Do your managers know how to handle disciplinaries and grievances? Is your business prepared for GDPR? Contact us to discuss your specific business needs.