Based in St Albans and London, SA Law’s business services solicitors specialise in optimising the running of businesses from a legal perspective.
Being in business is tough, and most aspects of the commercial operation have a legal implication. Our business services solicitors can ensure your operations are compliant with all UK and relevant international laws, legally configured for optimal success and as free from risk as possible.
We help business from all sectors and industries, but have particular expertise in professional services, property, hotel and leisure, retail, healthcare, sport, media and entertainment.
Our business services solicitors can help you to establish an optimised commercial environment from the outset. We can also address issues as they arise, with a team dedicated to resolving business disputes.
We advise on all aspects of commercial law, which helps you to optimise profitability and reduce risk at every key stage of your business venture.
HOW WE HELP YOU
- There’s no such thing as ‘one size fits all’ legal advice. That’s why understanding your objectives and the unique nature of your business is the first priority of our business services solicitors.
- Phone us or send us an email about business challenges as they arise. A simple piece of advice might alleviate an issue there and then.
IT'S GOOD TO BEAR IN MIND
- Consider the breadth of your business before instructing business services solicitors. For example, unusual aspects of your business can have a huge bearing on the advice you need.
- Forward planning is essential to business success. When you talk to us, tell us about your vision, whether it’s five, 15 or even 50 years in the future!
WHAT OUR CLIENTS & LEGAL COMMENTATORS SAY ABOUT US
"SA Law LLP advises on a wide range of corporate matters, such as M&A, restructuring, private equity, management buyouts and buy-ins and corporate finance. The practice has sectoral expertise in retail, real estate and marketing, amongst others. Practice head Vincent Billings focuses on strategic restructurings and demergers." - The Legal 500