We at Fisher Law Solicitors Ballymena can advise on business formation, funding, acquisitions, disposals and reorganisations. We handle the negotiation, drafting and implementation of commercial agreements in fields such as supply and distribution, agency, sales and joint ventures. You will be provided with clear, unambiguous advice on the interpretation of contractual provisions.
Areas in which we advise our business clients and can help you include:
- Corporate finance and refinancing
- Organisational restructuring and planning
- Dispute resolution and litigation
- Insolvency and corporate recovery
- Intellectual property
- Business start-up
Key issues which arise for commercial enterprises include those relating to contracts of employment and to security of tenure in business premises. Shaun Fisher has regularly advised clients on the rights and obligations of employers and employees, including representation at fair employment and industrial tribunals. He has also very significant experience and expertise in guiding landlords and tenants through the minefield of provisions in the Business Tenancies (NI) Order 1996, ensuring that statutory notices are served and Lands Tribunal References made to protect your business’ interests.
We understand that our commercial clients demand consistency of service from a trusted advisor who is readily accessible to deal immediately with legal issues as they arise. The advice we give therefore comes with a personal touch, where we ensure that we develop a good understanding of our clients’ businesses and their strategic objectives.
Fisher Law has a special niche in the provision of legal services to the SME and owner managed business sectors, where issues concerning employees, financing, premises, disputes, acquisitions and succession planning can habitually arise. We offer bespoke client retainer packages that tailor our services to your specific business needs and give you and your management access to immediate and trusted legal advice for a fixed monthly fee. Retainer packages allow you to concentrate on your businesses, safe in the knowledge that your legal requirements are being met at a budgeted cost.