A director of a company manages and is responsible for the day to day running of a company. If you are also an employee and/or shareholder you will have additional obligations – however this blog post just looks at your duties as a director. As...
Agreements, Contracts & IP Solicitors
Draw on our expertise to put in place the agreements and contracts that will properly protect the assets and trading position of your business.
Your business comprises a whole series of relationships, including those with your customers, suppliers, bank and those between shareholders or business partners. All these should be covered by formal contractual agreements. It is essential that such documents accurately reflect the intentions of the parties and provide adequate protection when required to do so.
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We have lots of practical experience of drafting or reviewing key contractual documentation including:
- Terms and conditions
- Shareholder or partnership agreements
- Distribution, franchise and agency agreements
- Loan agreements and personal guarantees
- Other aspects of company documentation
In addition, many businesses don’t realise that their intellectual property (IP) may be one of their most valuable assets and should be protected by way of agreements relating to IP ownership, transfer and licensing.
Our business lawyers can arrange meetings at any of our local offices in York and across Yorkshire, so simply contact your nearest Harrowells office in York, St Saviourgate, Clifton Moor, Easingwold, Haxby, Pocklington, Malton, and Thirsk.