In-house legal support
With team members having worked in-house, we understand that the internal and commercial demands on in-house lawyers can put them under considerable pressure, with their time and expertise being pulled in many different directions.
We are here to provide in-house lawyers with legal support and advice. Our dedicated team of commercial lawyers are highly experienced in providing in-house legal teams with support, either as commercial law overflow assistance or on a project by project basis.
Experienced in-house counsel specialists
We have collaborated with in-house teams on a wide range of commercial and regulatory law projects including outsourcing agreements, complex services contracts, and regulatory advice over a number of years now.
In-house Lawyer training and support
We can also provide tailored training to in-house lawyers and their colleagues to keep them up to date and provide them with refreshers of new and ongoing commercial law and regulatory law considerations – for example, competition law training and Bribery Act 2010 refresher training.
Ad hoc in-house legal support or full project management
We can offer advice on an ad hoc basis whether it be a discrete question or a contract report. Alternatively, we are equally at home taking on entire projects to reduce the workload sitting with the in house legal team, reporting either to the in house counsel or directly to the other nominated stakeholders, and completing internal sign off / risk sheets as required.
We can either offer these services on a per matter basis or we can work on the basis of a pre-agreed monthly retainer in order to enable greater certainty over the budgeting of legal spend.
Contact Mark Chapman for more information on 01276 854 928 or email email@example.com
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The team provides an outstanding service and are very quick, thorough and professional with the response. The set up is very clear, you always know who is dealing with which part of the inquiry, corporate or property team.
Commerical Law Team
Herrington Carmichael LLP meets ‘international legal business standards in the field of mergers and acquisitions’ and is recommended for ‘distilling down complicated contractual advice into clear, concise and insightful feedback with clear recommendations and options’. Corporate lawyer and practice head Yavan Brar and senior solicitor Alex Canham are recommended for ‘their reactive and comprehensive approach when confronted with complex, international corporate legal situations’, while commercial specialist Mark Chapman ‘has strong technical knowledge and deals expeditiously with requests’ and ‘takes the time to understand clients’ businesses and shape his advice and support in a way that works for the client’. Work highlights included advising on acquisitions, share buy-backs and issuances, refinancing arrangements and financial services regulatory matters.
Award winning legal advice
We are solicitors in Camberley, Wokingham and London. In 2019, Herrington Carmichael won ‘Property Law Firm of the Year’ at the Thames Valley Business Magazines Property Awards, ‘Best Medium Sized Business’ at the Surrey Heath Business Awards and we were named IR Global’s ‘Member of the Year’. We are ranked as a Leading Firm 2022 by Legal 500 and Alistair McArthur is ranked in Chambers 2021.