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Our Partnership Law team provides an expert service to all traditional General Partnerships, Limited Partnerships and Limited Liability Partnerships (LLPs)
Our team of partnership law specialists are highly experienced in dealing with all aspects of partnerships, including:
Our team are regularly called on to address partners’ meetings where issues have arisen and to steer partnerships away from dispute and towards reaching positive outcomes.
The firm’s expertise includes the use of partnerships, particularly Limited Partnerships under the Limited Partnerships Act 1907 and LLPs, as joint venture vehicles, mainly for property and other developments.
The firm advises 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, anaethetists, GP practices and consortia.
In other sectors the firm advises surveyors, agricultural consultants, property consultants, law practices, patent attorneys and other commercial partnerships as well as property developers in construction and development joint ventures.
Examples of the firm’s experience include:
It is being reported today in The Telegraph that the number of couples divorcing is now at the lowest rate for forty years, despite the fact that the number of marriages taking place has increased.
A key appeal decision for the pharmaceutical sector was reached this month in respect of an application for the construction of a new pharmacy adjacent to the existing Oak Lodge Medical Centre in Barnet.
In a case which could have implications well beyond the legal sector, the Supreme Court has held that a fixed-share partner in a Limited Liability Partnership (LLP) law firm was a 'worker' who was protected by whistleblowing laws.