Company and Commercial Lawyers

At LMK Law, we have the expertise that's necessary to deal practically with the legal issues that arise when running a company or a business. Based in Stanmore, we act for clients from all over the London area, including those based in central London; from across the United Kingdom; as well as representing clients from overseas. We are commercially aware and equipped to deal with the disruption that can be caused to organisations when legal issues arise unexpectedly.

Minimising uncertainty and providing proactive advice on the steps companies can take to avoid legal difficulties — this is what we excel at.

Our clients include small and medium-sized businesses, PLCs and professional partnerships. They are active in many sectors and come to us for solutions to a range of concerns, including:

  • What is the best legal structure for my business?
  • How do I protect my business assets and know-how?
  • How can I resolve disagreements with business partners and clients without damaging my business?
  • How do I ensure the agreements my company enters are watertight?

Commercial law and the law relating to partnerships are tightly regulated areas. A failure to comply with accounting, disclosure and other rules can have long-term consequences for your business. Our lawyers are here to meet your legal needs — the company and commercial law services we provide are extensive. We advise on:

  • Share sale and purchase
  • Business formations
  • Asset sale and purchase
  • Shareholder agreements
  • Partnership agreements
  • Agency, distribution and franchising matters
  • Consultancy agreements
  • General contractual advice
  • Formation of limited companies
  • Conversion of sole trader or partnerships into companies
  • Licensing
  • Confidentiality and nondisclosure agreements
  • Online terms of trade and distance selling

Contact LMK Law

For realistically priced advice from company and commercial lawyers, contact Rohit Sthalekar or contact us online or by phone on 020 8954 7474. Your issues will be dealt with at all times by a solicitor who specialises in commercial matters and who will take the time to understand you, your business and the areas in which you operate.