Company and Commercial Law
In times of economic uncertainty, obtaining legal advice that you can depend on is crucial for your business. At Gary Keogh and Co., Solicitors our team represents small businesses and companies throughout the Midwest. We give straightforward, jargon-free advice when needed. Where your business is in dispute, we focus on reaching a speedy, practical and cost-effective solution.
"We are in business ourselves, so we understand the pressures faced by those operating commercially in today's climate."
Company Formation Lawyers Serving Limerick, Tipperary and Cork
We provide a full range of company law services, from company formation and incorporation to restructuring of businesses and advising on insolvency issues. We strive to develop personal relationships with our clients and take the time to get to know their businesses, ensuring that the advice we give is relevant and practical. Our commercial work includes the following:
• Commercial contracts — We draft and approve commercial agreements, including shareholder, partnership and joint venture agreements. We have also developed a particular expertise in advising on the legal implications of distribution, supply, agency, licensing and franchising agreements.
• Company administration — including advising on business establishment in Ireland, company formations and company secretarial services
• Commercial property — Our conveyancing team provides expertise on commercial buying and selling of land. We negotiate and draft commercial leases, and we help arrange security and credit terms for your business with lenders.
• Commercial disputes — We advise on product liability and public liability claims and are equipped to pursue commercial debts and other business-related disputes. Our solicitors also handle company restructuring and insolvency matters.
You can get in touch with our team of Limerick commercial law solicitors by phone on 061 316511 or by contacting us online. We will arrange a prompt appointment to discuss how we can best manage your company's legal requirements. We are committed to transparency on our fees, so that you are always in a position to make informed decisions about the progress of your case or transaction.