Morr & Co Solicitors

Commercial Services

The smooth operation of your business requires practical advice that will help you to get the details right, allowing you to get on with running your business.

The corporate and commercial solicitors at Morr & Co are experienced in helping business of all sizes to successfully navigate legal and compliance issues.

Running a business successfully requires access to expert, commercially informed legal advice, both to protect your assets and ensure that your practices and operations are legal and compliant.

Our corporate and commercial solicitors combine legal expertise with commercial experience to identify opportunities and mitigate risks. We understand how business works at all levels, how individual businesses grow and the challenges they face in pursuing their goals.

Our lawyers have worked with businesses across the spectrum, from listed companies to partnerships, start-ups and sole traders, and across a range of sectors.

Our corporate and commercial solicitors regularly advise on:

As our corporate and commercial lawyers are part of a substantial, full-service legal practice, we can also draw on the expertise of colleagues in other legal specialisms such as employment, property and litigation if your business needs further support.

How can we help

Please send us an enquiry or contact any member of the corporate and commercial team for more information.

Greg Vincent

Greg Vincent

Partner, Head of Department

Corporate & Commercial

Examples of work

Outsourcing agreement 

Advises a security company on reviewing and advising on risk areas in a proposed outsourcing agreement for the provision of security services to a major nationwide banking group.

Terms and Conditions review

Advised a leading manufacturer of large diesel engines on a major review and alignment of their UK terms and conditions.

Framework service agreement

Advised a client on a framework service agreements with a major global car manufacturer.

European distribution agreements

A national food company on distribution agreements with key food suppliers within several countries in Europe, as well as a distribution collaboration agreement with a new supplier to promote the brand in the UK but also with the potential for own-branding for the large supermarket chains.