Hospitality, retail & leisure

We work closely with our clients in the hospitality, retail and leisure industries to efficiently solve legal issues facing their businesses and deliver the critical transactions that help them to thrive.

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Overview

Our lawyers have valuable experience of the commercial and legal issues faced by the talented individuals and innovative businesses operating in the ever-changing world of hospitality and leisure.

We advise our clients on the legal aspects involved in creating, developing and operating their hospitality and leisure businesses, from individual operations to global, multi-faceted organisations, and are always ready to help our clients navigate these issues to enable them to continue to succeed.

Whatever stage a business is at, our lawyers have the technical skill and commercial pragmatism to deliver the outcomes that our client needs as their business and profile go from strength to strength.  

Expertise

Our areas of expertise including the following:

  • Operating agreements
  • Consultancy agreements
  • Property transactions
  • Supply and distribution contracts
  • Catering contracts
  • Employment and staffing arrangements
  • Development and protection of brands
  • Sponsorship and endorsement
  • Investment and fundraising
  • Joint ventures
  • Business acquisitions and sales
  • Covid-19 mitigation and planning

KEY CONTACTS

KEY CONTACTS

Our lawyers have in-depth knowledge of the hospitality, retail and leisure industries and deliver high-quality, pragmatic and commercial advice.

Caroline Copeland

Caroline Copeland

Partner
Caroline Copeland

Caroline Copeland

Partner
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They were incredibly understanding of our unique needs and collaborated in a very flexible way. I would describe the team as very approachable and capable – they took time to listen to our requirements and made recommendations accordingly.
Legal 500
Every lawyer I have worked with has been friendly, approachable and willing to listen.
Chambers & Partners
They provide carefully considered support and guidance, adding value at every stage of the process. I couldn't recommend them more highly.
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