Corporate & Commercial
“Offer huge efficiency, insight and value”
Legal 500 2020
We act for entrepreneurs, UHNW and family office investors, owner-managed companies and family businesses on a broad spectrum of transactions, including M&A, venture capital investment, joint ventures, investment funds and secured lending.
We also provide specialist advice on employment and employee incentives, commercial contracts, corporate governance, intellectual property, data protection and tax.
Our clients are engaged in a wide range of sectors, including fintech, financial services, fashion and the arts, hotels and property development.
Working with our private client and tax teams, we are able to provide a joined-up service to investors and entrepreneurs, covering business and commercial requirements, as well as personal and family needs.
We are founder members of TAG Alliances, a highly-regarded international network of law and accountancy firms, through which we can call on additional expertise from around the globe quickly and effectively.
“Strong commercial awareness with a hands-on approach ”
Legal 500 2020
Corporate Associate, Hilary Wilkinson, looks at the things to consider when lending money to friends and family.Read more 4 min read 14 Jul 2021 The Tusk Lion Trail 2021
Boodle Hatfield is thrilled to be supporting the Tusk Trust – a British non-profit organisation set up in 1990 to advance wildlife conservation across Africa, in their 2021 Lion Trail.Read more 3 min read 01 Jul 2021 Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs) – what are the legal issues?
Fred Clark and Satjivan Aujla, Associates at Boodle Hatfield LLP and Emily Gould, Senior Researcher at the Institute of Art and Law, set out the main legal considerations relevant to NFTs, including copyright, SMART contracts, money laundering, estate and succession planning and taxation.Read more 4 min read 20 May 2021 Life after Serviced Offices – the legal implications of ‘Offices As A Service’
Serviced offices have been all the rage for years now; consider WeWork, Regus and countless others. But Covid has exposed some key shortcomings.Read more