Lawyers specialising in technology, outsourcing & commercial contracts

Founded in 2004, we support in-house lawyers, commercial teams and business owners/managers in domestic and international organisations across the private and public sectors.

We operate a competitive pricing structure which reduces the cost customarily associated with instructing large law firms and can provide flexible charging arrangements including fixed and capped fees.

Our aim is to be different. We aspire to provide the best possible, practical and commercial legal advice without the traditional overheads or complexities – law simplified. 

 

What we do

  • technology contracts
  • outsourcing contracts
  • commercial contracts

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business clients
public sector

 

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“Your quality with low overheads concept is just what I am interested in using as it provides ‘best’ quality legal advice.”

Head of Legal, energy transmission provider
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Suspension of payment obligations due to Covid lockdowns?

Trocadero v Picturehouse Cinemas (High Court) [2021]

Nov 2021

Covid-19 has had a critical impact on contracts just as it has on virtually all other aspects of daily life. The financial consequences have been enormous and quite unprecedented. It is therefore entirely unsurprising that the courts are now being asked to adjudicate on disputes related to the impact of the virus. In this particular case, the court had to decide whether the fact that a cinema complex had to close during a lockdown affected the liability of the tenant to continue to pay rent. ...more

Onerous term buried in standard terms incorporated by reference not enforceable

Blu-Sky Solutions v Be Caring (High Court) [2021]

Nov 2021

Organisations who routinely contract on standard terms published on a web site and who seek to incorporate such terms by referring to them in a sales document or order form should be aware of the perhaps little known principle of English law which featured in this case...more

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