Partnerships and Limited Liability Partnerships (LLPs)
Expert advisors to Partnerships and LLPs
Blake Morgan’s specialist team provides an expert service to traditional General Partnerships, Limited Partnerships and LLPs.
Main Areas Of Practice
Our team are highly experienced in dealing with all aspects of Partnerships, including:
Our corporate experts work closely with you to understand your business and take a commercial approach to drafting partnership agreements that cover different situations and eventualities both now and in the future. We are experienced in agreeing percentages of ownership, profit distribution and partner management duties to get the best result for your business.
Limited Liability Partnerships
Whether you are setting up an LLP or need advice on members' agreements, our corporate experts have extensive knowledge and experience of partnership law. We draw on expertise from across the firm to provide comprehensive and commercially astute legal advice.
Mergers and acquisitions
Our Corporate team has a wealth of experience in advising on a full range of M&A transactions to partnerships and LLPs.
We understand that partnership disputes need to be resolved swiftly to minimise disruption and ensure the continued success of your business. Our legal experts are experienced in helping our clients resolve sensitive matters including liability and departure disputes.
Managing non-performance and under-performance in a partnership environment can be a challenging situation. We advise our clients on effective strategies for managing, and the expulsion of, under-performing partners.
Joint venture vehicles
If you are considering utilising your partnership as a joint venture vehicle, for property or other developments, our corporate experts are experienced in advising on the right legal structures to secure the best possible outcome.
We advise groups of consultants and other professionals in a number of sectors. In particular we advise groups in the health sector, including orthopaedic surgeons, radiologists, plastic and general surgeons, anaesthetists, GP practices and consortia.
In other sectors we advise surveyors, agricultural consultants, property consultants, legal practices, patent attorneys and other commercial partnerships, as well as property developers in construction and development joint ventures.
"Blake Morgan are approachable and accessible. I would certainly recommend them to other parties looking at redrafting or updating their practice agreements."
- Chambers UK A Client's Guide to the Legal Profession 2016
"Clients appreciate the team's collaborative approach as well as its good depth of knowledge and wide scope of expertise."
- Chambers UK A Client's Guide to the Legal Profession 2019
Advising a large group of consultants on their contract with a major private healthcare provider.
Advising a law firm on the expulsion of an under-performing partner.
Advising a large partnership on the introduction of new partners and the handling of goodwill value.
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