We advise on general commercial contracts as well as technology contracts (licensing and development agreements), distribution arrangements, franchising and outsourcing. We have a talented team of lawyers who specialise in understanding the detail of these commercial agreements.
Our corporate team focuses on advising entrepreneurs and SMEs in key sectors on all aspects of public and private M&A and private equity investment, as well as fundraisings and equity capital markets transactions, from flotations and secondary offerings to reverse takeovers in the UK’s quoted markets.
At Hamlins, we believe cyber security is so much more than a technology issue. It needs to feature at a much higher level within your organisation, as part of the overall business strategy. We can advise on steps to take to minimise the risk of cyber attacks, through to how to contain a live cyber crisis.
Disputes can disrupt the natural flow of business, cause stress and anxiety and take up valuable financial resources and management time. Litigation can have a direct impact on productivity and finances and can be an unwelcome distraction.
At Hamlins our intellectual property specialists have the technical knowledge and expertise to help you structure, maintain and develop your intellectual property rights.
Hamlins have been advising media and entertainment businesses for decades, offering cutting-edge expertise across the industry sectors and legal developments that affect them. We are recognised experts and have a wealth of experience in all areas of the media mix.
Hamlins’ specialist phone hacking lawyers have enabled numerous clients to pursue successful claims against Mirror Group and News Group Newspapers.
Our Real Estate Team has the experience to help you complete your property deals efficiently and cost effectively. Whether you’re purchasing, selling or leasing commercial property, as an owner, occupier, lender, borrower, investor or developer, our well-established real estate team can provide expert advice and help.
Just because you paid for something, it doesn’t mean you own it. Most website owners are unaware that the graphic designer may own the intellectual property in the digital assets on their website. The answer? It all lies in the agreement.