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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.

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Call our London office on 020 7822 4000 or our Brighton office on 01273 685 888. You can also contact us online.
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  • Company Director Banned For Ignoring Obligation To Pay Tax

    29th April 2019

    Directors of struggling companies all too often place payment of tax at the bottom of their priority lists, with the result that it is the public purse that frequently suffers most in the event of insolvency. However, as a High Court decision showed, such conduct can have career-ending consequences. Continue reading »

  • Company That Refused To Join Cartel Still Deserved £130,000 Fine

    2nd April 2019

    Cartels are a blight on fair commerce and anyone even peripherally involved in one can expect to be hit hard in the pocket. In a case on point, a company that refused to participate in an anti-competitive conspiracy was nevertheless fined £130,000 for exchanging pricing information in breach of the Competition Act 1998. Continue reading »

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