Bulldog Law Commercial Services

Company law is complex, and business owners and managers often need access to expert jargon-free advice to ensure compliance and to protect their business interests.

If you want to save money, you could use Google. The advice you get may, however, be out of date, or too generic to be applicable to your company. Basic templates for legal documents that you can download, like terms and conditions, may not be suitable for your business, and could prove unenforceable.

Wouldn’t it be great if you could have access to a commercial solicitor you can trust and who knows your business, whenever you need legal advice? Well, now you can.

Working with Bulldog Law is like having access to a dedicated in-house commercial solicitor at a fraction of the cost of employing a full-time, experienced, qualified lawyer. We are on hand to advise you whenever you need help.

We work with a diverse range of businesses that need commercial legal advice but cannot justify the cost of employing a full-time lawyer. We can handle queries over the telephone or via email, as well as offering formal advice and representation. We have offices in London and Stevenage, Hertfordshire, but through our use of technology we can support businesses all over the UK.

Areas we cover include:

  • corporate advisory
  • company formation
  • employee related issues
  • reviewing and drafting contracts
  • reviewing and drafting partnership and shareholder agreements
  • business sales, acquisitions and joint ventures
  • and much more.

We have worked for clients in a wide range of sectors including retail, television and broadcasting, IT, technology, media and publishing, pharmaceuticals and recruitment.

What Next?

If you think your business may need a robust legal solution for an employment or commercial situation, pick up the ‘dog and bone’ and call now on 0207 549 1612 or contact us to arrange a free initial ‘no nonsense’ telephone assessment call with our pedigree solicitor. You can also click here to download our free special guide for business owners: “The 7 potholes of employment law and how to steer safely round them”.