“Corporate matters” refers to matters regarding the company’s: establishment, governing documents, corporate structure, shareholders and Board of Directors, capital structure and share issuances, and other related items.

Today, the standard answer is that a corporation’s purpose is to benefit its shareholders – academics speak of the “shareholder primacy norm,” and many talk of corporate managers’ task as “shareholder wealth maximization.”

The corporation is a legal entity that is separate and distinct from its owners. Under the law, corporations possess many of the same rights and responsibilities as individuals. They can enter contracts, loan and borrow money, sue and be sued, hire employees, own assets, and pay taxes.

We specialise in Corporate Matters

Our IP Solicitors and Chartered Trade Mark Attorneys provide expert guidance on a wide range of corporate matters to businesses of all sizes and sectors. Whether you are setting up a new company or negotiating a shareholder agreement, we are business people first and will address the matter efficiently and cost-effectively.

We see the bigger commercial picture and our years of real world IP and legal experience mean we advise all types of corporate matters from the straightforward to the complex.

Our Corporate Matters service

  • Corporate matters: We can help you set up your company, adopt the right articles, draft shareholders agreements and agreements related to investments, Companies House filings and other corporate matters.
  • Commercial approach: We see the bigger commercial picture and will find the best resolution cost-effectively and minimise commercial disruption.
  • Best position: We are driven to put you in the best possible position and deliver the best possible outcome for every client, every time.
  • Real world IP knowledge: benefit from our decades of experience with all manner of commercial contracts which have an IP element.