Topical legal content articles for marketing company & commercial law

Attracting new business clients is essential for any ambitious law firm, but when you are busy buying or selling companies or negotiating trading agreements, it can be hard to find the time to write marketing articles.

 A monthly subscription to the corporate and commercial law articles from the Berners legal content library will ensure that you have all the marketing content that your law firm needs to keep your website up to date, populate client newsletters and provide topical material for social media.

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Previous legal topics

Examples of the corporate and commercial law topics issued to our subscribers over the last six months include: 

Negotiating a commercial finance agreement

  • what is a business angel?
  • advantages of a business angel investor;
  • disadvantages of using a business angel; and
  • key issues to tie up in your documentation.

Could your business benefit from a business angel?

  • securing financing for your business;
  • what is a business angel and what do they do?
  • advantages and disadvantages of using one; and
  • key issues to tie up in your documentation.

Why you need clarity on dates and time limits in commercial contracts

  • the problem with date and time clauses;
  • determining consequences of a breach;
  • leaving the meaning or effect of a date or time clause to chance; and
  • how a solicitor can assist in preparing contracts.

How green is your supply chain

  • who wants your business to become greener?
  • evaluating your green supply chain;
  • carbon offsetting alternatives to improve sustainability; and
  • contractual implications for suppliers, clients and customers.

Success in outsourcing key services

  • procurement checks for assessing suitability of a company;

  • negotiating terms of the commercial arrangement;
  • contract performance and scheduling reviews; and

  • remedies for underperformance or if something goes wrong.

Setting up in business as a partnership 

  • the common features of all partnerships;
  • choosing which partnership type is best for your business;
  • pros and cons of the various types of partnerships; and
  • setting up a partnership agreement.

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