As part of our corporate offering, our solicitors can advise on all aspects of Partnerships and LLPs.
We act for partnerships and LLPs, as well as individual partners and members, in all issues relating to their business relationships. We can assist on all contentious and non-contentious matters, from converting partnerships and companies into LLPs, to firm mergers, team moves, restrictive covenants and retirement terms. We can advise on fund management, law, accountancy, surveyor and other professional services.
With extensive experience of partnerships agreements, we can advise on both the revision of existing agreements as well as the adoption of new LLP partnerships. Our team have an excellent track record assisting with retirement arrangements, including deferred payments and investment fund carried interests; with reducing partners notice period; in managing partner under-performance; and in dealing with discrimination and whistle-blower claims.
23rd March 2020
If you are concerned about the enforceability of your business agreements in light of the Covid-19 outbreak then you need to take a close look at the terms of your commercial contracts. Continue reading »
12th March 2020
Judges are very familiar with attempts to hoodwink them. However, due to the litigation process, the truth does come out in the vast majority of cases. In a case on point, the High Court dismissed a £12 million claim after ruling a series of purported loan contracts not worth the paper they were written on. Continue reading »
9th March 2020
The advent of electronic share trading means that it is now the norm for securities to be held by custodians – usually banks. The result of this means that investors never become their legal owners. The High Court considered the legal consequences of such arrangements in a ruling of critical importance to the UK’s economic health. Continue reading »
3rd March 2020
Trade marks are a powerful means of protecting your unique brand, even against much larger or more prestigious potential competitors. In one case, a small clothing company which sold its wares under the name ‘Bentley’ scored a High Court win over household name car manufacturers Bentley Motors. Continue reading »
28th February 2020
Banks and other financial institutions owe legal duties to assist in the detection of money laundering and other crimes. That duty sometimes requires them to refuse instructions from their own clients. The extent of those obligations came under Supreme Court consideration in a guideline case. Continue reading »
18th March 2020
Healys LLP is monitoring developments concerning Covid-19 to ensure the wellbeing and health of its staff and clients, in line with current guidelines from Public Health England. Our offices remain open but a number of people are working remotely and we will continue to meet our clients’ needs. In the event we are required to close, we will continue to provide a service as best and practicably as possible. Continue reading »
11th March 2020
In the legal case of Freeborn v De Almeida Marcal, Healys professional negligence solicitors Jerome O’Sullivan and Daniel Winslow represented client Philip Freeborn in trial. As a result, the client succeeded and received £1.5 million in damages.
10th March 2020
Healys are delighted to announce that they have been shortlisted for the third time in three years to win “Mortgage Conveyancer of the Year” at The Mortgage Awards 2020. Continue reading »
International Women’s Day, 8th March, was celebrated across the globe over the past week. Here in Brighton, the biggest female-led event was Making Herstory, a show-stopping celebration of Women in Business, organised by Healys LLP. Continue reading »