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Commercial Law Training & Workshops

Our team of experienced commercial lawyers can provide specialist legal training on commercial law and regulatory law topics, tailored to suit your business.

We offer training onsite or we would be pleased host you at our offices.

Alternatively, we can provide training remotely using video conferencing facilities, enabling live Q&A sessions.

Training sessions are to meet the needs of your business, addressing repeated issues or new issues your business might face. We are experienced in providing training to staff across all departments, including in-house legal counsel and sales teams, to ensure that they are updated and aware of current commercial law and / or regulatory law issues which might affect them in their roles.

Some examples of topics include:

Standard T&Cs

Contracts Liability & Termination

Outsourcing

Trading with consumers

Regulatory compliance

Competition law

Consumer law

Distribution and Agency

If you would like to discuss your training needs further, please email Stephanie.Craig@herrington-carmichel.com.

Business park workshops

We currently run local business park workshops, which are free to attend. We discuss pre-determined topics in an interactive format.

Workshops are currently held at:

Watchmoor Business Park, Camberley, GU15 3YL

Arlington Business Park, Reading, RG7 4SA

If you would like to sign up to receive invites to these workshops, please email: Stephanie.Craig@herrington-carmichel.com

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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.

- Legal 500, 2019

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    Commerical Law Team

    • All departments
    • Agricultural Law
    • Banking and Finance
    • Brexit
    • Commercial Law
    • Commercial Property
    • Competition Law
    • Construction
    • Consumer Law
    • Corporate - MBOs & MBIs
    • Corporate Governance
    • Corporate Law
    • Corporate lending
    • Data, IT & Technology
    • Debt Recovery
    • Dispute Resolution
    • Disputes - Business
    • Disputes - Declarations of trust
    • Disputes - Probate and inheritance
    • Disputes - Professional negligence
    • Disputes - Restrictive Covenants
    • Disputes - Shareholders & Partnership
    • Disputes - Tenants in Residential Property
    • Disputes - Wills, trusts & probate disputes
    • Disputes and Small Claims
    • Disputes Construction
    • Disputes with Co-owners
    • Divorce
    • Employee - Termination
    • Employer - Termination
    • Employment
    • Employment - Business protection
    • Employment - Collective consultations
    • Employment - Contracts, services, consultancy
    • Employment - Employee benefits
    • Employment - Employee Procedures
    • Employment - Equality, discrimination and harassment
    • Employment - Family Friendly Rights
    • Employment - GDPR and Data Protection
    • Employment - Post employment obligations
    • Employment - Redundancy & Reorganisation
    • Employment - Settlement Agreements
    • Employment - Tribunal Claims
    • Employment - TUPE
    • Employment - Wages, holiday and sick pay
    • Employment - Workers rights
    • Employment Tribunal claims
    • Estate Administration
    • Expat Legal Services
    • Family Law
    • Financial Services
    • GDPR
    • Help to Buy
    • Immigration law
    • Intellectual Property
    • International Legal Services
    • Key Property Contacts
    • Land and Property Disputes
    • Land, development and construction
    • Lasting Powers of Attorney
    • Leasehold
    • Licensing Law
    • Money, Tax and Inheritance
    • New Build Conveyancing
    • New Businsess
    • Private Wealth and Inheritance
    • Professional Negligence
    • Property Finance
    • Property Law
    • Recovery & Insolvency
    • Regulatory, Compliance & Competition
    • Residential Property
    • Residential Property - Completions
    • Residential Property - Shared Ownership
    • Terms and Conditions

    Herrington Carmichael LLP‘s ‘commercially astute’ lawyers provide ‘the high standards of service expected of a City firm’ with ‘reasonable billings’. The firm focuses on M&A transactions with an international element, as well as advising on share sales and purchases, corporate restructurings, company option schemes, shareholders’ agreements and other commercial arrangements.  Yavan BrarMark Chapman and Alex Canham are the lead partners.

    - Legal 500, 2020

    Recent Commercial Law Cases 

    Wealth Management Contract

    Herrington Carmichael were instructed to advise on and negotiate a SAAS development and services agreement between a wealth management business and a wealth management platform service provider. Complexities included ensuring appropriate business continuity plans were in place (including software escrow arrangements), and ensuring compliance with the FCA rules on outsourcing to the cloud.

    Commercial contract for new product

    The commercial law team were instructed to advise on and negotiate a new product design agreement, development agreement and manufacturing agreement for a new product for use in the security sector. As part of the project, Herrington Carmichael were required to ensure a back to back contract was entered into with suitable flow down provisions to the key parts manufacturer.

    A Complex Global Software Distribution Agreement

    Herrington Carmichael were instructed to advise on and negotiate firstly an Australian and then a global software distribution agreement. Complexities included negotiating with a global business with strict contractual requirements and policies, whilst seeking to ensure a favourable position to our client. We were also required to manage the local law advice in respect of contracts governed by foreign laws and further to ensure that suitable terms were imposed on resellers commensurate to the protections required by our client.

    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.

    - Legal 500, 2020

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    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 2020 by Legal 500 and Alistair McArthur is ranked in Chambers 2020.

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    60 St Martins Lane, Covent Garden, London, WC2N 4JS 

    +44 (0) 203 755 0557

    Camberley

    Building 9, Riverside Way, Watchmoor Park, Camberley, Surrey. GU15 3YL. 

    +44 (0)1276 686 222

    Wokingham

    27 Broad Street, Wokingham, Berkshire. RG40 1AU.

    +44 (0)118 977 4045

    info@herrington-carmichael.com

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