Healys Solicitors’ Commercial Team is a dynamic and expanding area of the Firm.
The Commercial Team offers an extensive variety of services to individuals and companies alike operating across a wide spectrum of sectors including financial services, property investment, transport, telecommunications and IT.
We provide a full-service for the life-cycle of a transaction from the initial planning stage, through drafting and negotiation, culminating in the implementation of the relevant contracts and documents.
The Commercial Team is equally adept at dealing with complex shareholders agreements as it is advising on straightforward business terms and conditions. Our goal remains the same, to deliver appropriate, creative and cost-effective solutions to our clients in order that they can operate their business without exposing themselves to avoidable risks.
A fee basis is agreed in advance of all work we undertake.
13th January 2021
23rd October 2020
Healys are pleased to note that 3 partners are to be ranked as leading individuals in the 2021 edition of leading legal directory Chambers & Partners. Continue reading »
2nd June 2020
Deliberate infringement of others’ trade marks is a crime and perpetrators can expect severe punishment. In one case, a businessman who took advantage of a former trading partner’s goodwill was met severe consequences. Continue reading »
29th May 2020
Miscreant employees often form the first link in a chain which feeds the black market in personal data. However, as a ground-breaking High Court ruling showed, anyone who profits from the use of such illicitly leaked material risks being hit hard in the pocket. Continue reading »
28th May 2020
Commercial tenants whose rights are trampled upon by their landlords are far from powerless and should seek legal advice right away. A shopkeeper who did just that after his lease was unlawfully forfeited and his stock seized won the right to substantial damages in a guideline case. Continue reading »
4th March 2021
Chancellor Rishi Sunak has announced certain measures in the Spring Budget 2021 in order to protect jobs and livelihoods due to the ongoing impact of COVID-19. We have listed some of the key changes below. Continue reading »
3rd March 2021
25th January 2021
13th January 2021