Retail solicitors in London and Essex
During the Covid-19 pandemic, the retail sector suffered a damaging blow with thousands of shops disappearing from high-streets across the UK. Retail businesses have had to adapt quickly with many finding online alternatives to keep their businesses afloat. Retail businesses that operated online before the pandemic saw a surge in sales as consumers flowed to online shopping.
However, whether retail businesses operate solely online, on the high-street or a mixture of both, business owners will face similar challenges in the form of high customer demands, recruiting and upskilling its workforce, keeping up with technological advances and maintaining brand loyalty.
It is important to work with lawyers that understand the day-to-day challenges of owners of retail businesses.
We advise on a broad range of issues including:
- Selling and buying retail businesses (including online retail)
- Employment law advice
- Terms and conditions
- Supplier and distribution agreements
- Shareholder agreements
- GDPR and privacy
- Commercial property
Our unique selling point is that we understand what clients want from their lawyers. We will manage your case proactively, with careful attention to detail while never losing sight of the bigger picture.
While working with us you will have access to our strong network of other professionals such as accountants, brokers, independent financial advisers and bankers.
We offer a range of pricing options and will be happy to discuss these with you. As a client-centred law firm, we will be transparent with you about our pricing and actively manage this throughout your matter.
Recent Retail Work
- We are supporting a start-up online retail business experiencing rapid growth on a range of matters such as employment law advice, re-writing employee contracts, handbooks and policies, advising on distribution agreements and terms and conditions of business, drafting terms with influencers and more.
- We are supporting an online retail business founded by an Instagram blogger on various legal-related matters including freelancer agreements, non-disclosure agreements, proposed investment and corporate re-structuring.