Chambers has a track record of working with in-house legal teams on non-contentious projects including anti-bribery compliance, data protection, directors’ duties and insolvency as well as many company/commercial disputes from shareholders’ rights and agreements to warranty claims and large international commercial disputes. Our advice is based upon recent cases and contemporary know how.

Having worked in the EU Commission, Chambers offers EU law expertise for bespoke competition law and procurement advice and CMA regulatory interventions. We have also assisted business to protect their intellectual property by registering their trade marks and design rights in the UK and EU. When required, proceedings to protect passing off have been issued and the delivery up of confidential and proprietary information has been achieved.

We have many businesses going back over 20 years who have worked with us for their legal services. Building relationships over time means that we get to know how to work time effectively with you. Using direct access costs less than a firm of solicitors, particularly with fixed fees. We offer a full contract drafting service as well as advice on commercial issues.
Recent examples of our commercial advice include:

  • Advice on the extent of the changes to data held by a housing association under the General Data Protection Regulation
  • Advice on a programme for directors’ duties for a large international PLC
  • An opinion on the termination rights of contracts in a public sector procurement context
  • Advice on rights in a development deal
  • Competition law analysis of a dominant purchaser in consumables



We have provided advice to directors under the Companies Act 2006 and in directors’ duties and misfeasance actions against them. We have represented directors faced with disqualification proceedings and collaborated with insolvency practitioners to manage the winding up or administration of a company, including the redundancy of staff. Our members are able to assist companies and their directors facing criminal charges by representing them in criminal courts facing personal and HSE charges.

We offer a first free telephone consultation to our clients to understand how we can assist and at what fixed fee.

Recent examples of our work include:

  • Partnering with the Institute of Directors in a compliance programme for a major international group
  • Representing a director faced with disqualification and conspiracy to defaud
  • Mediation of a shareholders’ dispute

Call Simon on 0330 111 2874