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Our expertise covers all legal issues that businesses operating in these sectors face. We understand the industry and that's what makes the difference to our approach.
We have a diverse client base which includes national and international retailers, online retailers, restaurant chains, fitness / wellness providers and hotels.
We help our clients with all types of legal matters including Brand licensing and protection, advertising, employee and HR issues, corporate transactions and commercial contracts, consumer and competition law, real estate management and acquisitions, website and promotional terms and conditions, litigation and all forms of alternative dispute resolution. We offer international legal support through our membership of ‘best of breed’ alliances; Ius Laboris (employment) and GALA (advertising, marketing and intellectual property).
Retail, Hospitality & Leisure
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The changing face of retail
Close your eyes and imagine a record shop worker. Let me guess, he’s young, has long hair, wears a black t-shirt with a scary motif and is covered from head to toe in tattoos?
Ask About...Retail, Hospitality & LeisureBy Emma Delap
We had a really terrible hotel receptionist who we had to sack. I’ve just received a reference request for her – am I allowed to give a bad reference?
UK targets China's big spendersBy Andrew Osborne
Partner Andrew Osborne discusses a new visa initiative which aims to attract more wealthy visitors to the UK.