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.
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 »
27th May 2020
National law firm Healys LLP has announced the appointment of Partner Karen Lord as Head of the Corporate department.
20th May 2020
Directors are obliged to put their own interests to one side in making decisions for the benefit of the companies they serve. The Court of Appeal emphasised that point in the case of a businessman who executed an unauthorised transfer of a company’s premises to himself. Continue reading »
25th September 2020
What is going to happen after the Furlough Scheme ends? Chancellor, Rishi Sunak has revealed details this week of his Job Support Scheme that will replace Furlough when it closes on 31 October 2020. The scheme’s focus is to keep people in employment and to minimise unemployment in the UK. Continue reading »
21st September 2020
6th August 2020
Healys is pleased to announce the appointment of two new partners. Continue reading »
9th July 2020
3rd June 2020
Healys is pleased to announce that Partner and Head of Professional Negligence Robert Johnson has been shortlisted as a leader in his field by Who’s Who Legal. Continue reading »