We understand your business may sometimes face barriers to growth – a situation many businesses can face from time to time. We will spend time with you to identify your commercial needs, and then provide legal and business support to help you unlock the growth potential of your business. Areas we cover include:

  • Commercial contracts.
  • Terms and conditions
  • Confidentiality agreements.
  • Outsourcing agreements.
  • IT and software agreements.
  • Agency, franchise and distribution agreements.
  • Consumer laws.
  • IP (intellectual property): trademarks, patents, IP audits, registered and unregistered design rights.

Regulatory advice includes:

  • Modern Slavery.
  • Anti-bribery and corruption.
  • GDPR (General Data Protection Regulations).
  • Advertising (including the CAP Code).

Other business support services include business growth, corporate advice, improving cash flow by recovering your business debt at no cost to you, and helping you to create a positive and productive work environment through employment law.

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Identify what your business needs to unlock its potential

Call us for a free, no obligation discussion about achieving growth

Call: 1244318131

Head of Department

Commercial law

Lindsey Kidd

Email Lindsey Kidd

Phone: 01244 616613

Mobile: 07983 637147

What clients think about our service

“Rachael and the Hillyer McKeown team have been a major asset to the business, especially in helping us secure new work instructions. The professional and proactive support given has ensured our business risk is managed whilst engaging in new contracts with industry leaders.” Robert McWilliams, Technical Manager, AF Global

“A big thank you for everything you have done and the professional advice you give. Throughout the case you sorted everything on time every time and in a supremely professional manner. I will be recommending Hillyer McKeown to friends and family.

With my new business venture you will be my first point of contact for any future legal advice or cases.” Mr F Wright