During the process of setting up a new company it is essential to ensure that all procedures are properly and effectively carried out and that all of your legal obligations are fully met. Stirling Ackroyd Legal has a dedicated, in-house team of business and corporate lawyers, who are ready to provide legal advice and professional guidance whenever you need it, whether you operate as a sole trader, a partnership, a limited company or a PLC.
Our dedicated team of business and corporate lawyers have diverse experience spanning all sectors of the economy, and whatever the size, nature and growth potential of your new business, we are here to help you, during the company setup phase and beyond.
Setting up a new company will bring a unique set of challenges, depending on the individual circumstances of you and your business. We offer a dedicated and cost-effective service for new businesses based on your needs and can provide ongoing legal support as you move forward and begin trading, offering advice and support whenever you need it and covering all aspects of company law.
The services that we offer to new businesses include all of the following:
- Drafting articles of association
- Shareholder agreements
- Directors’ service agreements
- Partnership agreements
- Company constitution
- Corporate structure
- Commercial property law, including commercial leases
- Intellectual property
- Share schemes
- Technology and e-commerce
- Privacy and data protection
- Contract law
- Employment law, including contracts for directors and employees, as well as employment policy and practice, pensions, incentives and employees’ rights
- Business immigration and working visas
We will get to know you and your business…
in order to ensure that we fully understand your company ethos and long-term strategic goals. Stirling Ackroyd Legal is client-centred and we are always flexible in our approach and will adapt our service as your circumstances change. For information on the range of legal services that we offer in relation to company setup and for new businesses, please get in touch with us without obligation, and a member of our team will be very happy to help.
Technology ventures and new startups
We have diverse experience in working with new and emerging technology ventures and enterprises. Our approach is always client-centred, and we have considerable skills and expertise across this sector, including:
- Digital media
- Environmental technology
- Medical devices and digital health
- Education technology
We fully understand that the technology sector is one that will continue to evolve, and we are committed to helping you to grow and develop your business. We will work with you to maximise the growth potential of your company and to enhance the services that you provide within the context of the market conditions.
Providing a tailor-made solution for your business
We will continue to adapt alongside you and your company, to provide a tailor-made service that is designed to meet all of your needs. As a large London law firm offering a broad spectrum of legal services, we will be able to quickly respond to and deal with any unexpected challenges that may arise from time to time, looking after your business interests throughout. For more information, please contact us, and we will be very happy to help you.
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Some of Our Team
Thank you to Stirling Ackroyd Legal’s Corporate team for helping set up my company’s employment contracts. An excellent service. – Alex Bower
I’ve been with Stirling Ackroyd Legal for over 4 years who have managed my commercial and litigation matters. – Syed Ahmed
I’ve used Stirling Ackroyd Legal a few times before. The staff are attentive and always advising me on issues regarding my matter. – Sally O’brian
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