Lawyers specialising in technology, outsourcing & commercial contracts

Founded in 2004, we support in-house lawyers, commercial teams and business owners/managers in domestic and international organisations across the private and public sectors.

We operate a competitive pricing structure which reduces the cost customarily associated with instructing large law firms and can provide flexible charging arrangements including fixed and capped fees.

Our aim is to be different. We aspire to provide the best possible, practical and commercial legal advice without the traditional overheads or complexities – law simplified. 


What we do

  • technology contracts
  • outsourcing contracts
  • commercial contracts

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business clients
public sector


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Suspension of termination rights on insolvency

July 2020

Following public consultation and the UK Government’s response published in August 2018, on 20 May 2020, the Government published the Corporate Insolvency and Governance Bill (“CIGB” or the “Bill”). This Bill, as well as having broader corporate implications, also has significant impacts on commercial contracts ...more

Cabinet Office Guidance on responsible contractual behaviour

July 2020

Cabinet Office Guidance on responsible contractual behaviour in the performance and enforcement of contracts impacted by the Covid-19 emergency was published on the 7th May and will be reviewed again before 30th June. It suggests that contracting parties should act ‘responsibly and fairly’ in their responses to issues caused by the virus. This phrase appears multiple times in the Guidance (ten times over only five pages) but there is very little detail as to what exactly that would entail. The Guidance does however ...more

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