Our specialist commercial contract lawyers provide the best possible advice on creating business contracts with suppliers, customers or collaborators. Blake Morgan’s expert solicitors ensure that all contracts are clear and unambiguous, suitable for the purpose, compliant with the law and water-tight to protect you from commercial risks. We make sure all contracts cover the unexpected and rarely need to be looked at again, whether it is a one-page letter with contractual effect, a complex business arrangement or a multi-million pound, high profile procurement.
Blake Morgan has a substantial litigation practice, with a team of over 50 commercial litigators. We specialise in resolving commercial disputes for international, national and regional clients, and in minimising our clients' exposure to risk. We can advise on the strength of your case and, if necessary, our Dispute Resolution team can assist with the resolution.
Blake Morgan’s Commercial Contracts team provides expertise in not only writing a contract but in understanding the importance of bargaining strength, the commercial drivers of the business and the tactics to be employed. We encourage clients to involve us at an early stage so that we can help with strategic planning and provide guidance on any relevant rules and regulations.
The commercial requirements of a business may not coincide with what is allowed by law. So, when negotiating and preparing commercial contracts our lawyers can give you expert advice on the wide range of legislation that may need to be considered, for example:
Blake Morgan’s commercial contract specialists have clients in a wide range of sectors, please see full list below in Related expertise.
Clients we have successfully acted for or advised include:
|Audatex (UK) Ltd||Cardiff & Vale College|
|HPI Limited||PHS Group Limited|
|ByBox Field Support||Pure Wafer plc|
|Associated Timber Services||Finance Wales|
|Oxford Pharmagenesis||HSBC Bank plc|
|Astreal Limited||Dartford & Gravesham NHS Trust|
|The Rank Group Plc||Balfour Beatty|
Blake Morgan’s Commercial Contracts team has a wealth of experience in advising on contracts of all sizes. For example:
Through our membership of TAGLaw, the worldwide network of independent law firms, we can rapidly obtain advice on foreign legal requirements and assistance with commercial negotiations overseas.
Our specialist commercial contract lawyers provide advice on creating business contracts. If you have a question for the team, please fill in our contact form.
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