There are times when legislation may feel like an obstacle to growth, but it is in place to protect your employees, your reputation and your finances. What makes commercial law even more complicated is its ever-evolving nature as new technologies and government initiatives come into play. Having robust legal support on hand helps you to stay on top of new laws, so that you can meet best practice guidelines and navigate any challenges that come your way.

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You are likely to encounter a number of legal matters as your business grows. You could be starting out and need advice on handling competitors, or you may be well-established and need help updating your practices to meet new rules and regulations. As you grow and change, you may also find your business faces claims against marketing, employment or restructuring decisions. Or perhaps you are in the process of acquiring or merging with another business and need help navigating contractual agreements.

Having legal expertise readily available will mean you can act swiftly when you face any issues. Calling upon our Dispute, Commercial and Employment specialists, as well as our industry network, we will put the best team in place to help you reach a favourable outcome. You will be guided through the process, step-by-step, which ensures you understand the full scale of the matter and what the results mean for your business.

Our aim is to ensure you have the clarity you need to make informed business decisions. We will commit to your business and commercial objectives, so you can rely on us for long-term support to protect your business interests. You will also benefit from our transparent fee structure, which ensures you are always clear on costs.

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Case Studies

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The Thrings’ Commercial team advised Winscribe on a significant new transcription service opportunity with the NHS – delivering risk mitigation, data protection and contractual advice.

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Thrings Commercial Team advised Bath-based retailer Wild & Wolf on its acquisition by D. C. Thomson & Company Limited, the Dundee-based media and consumer products group.

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Thrings’ Commercial team advised Targett Business Technology (TBT) on its application to the NHS’s procurement framework – helping the business win a three-year contract.


Behind every successful business is a commercially savvy law firm; for Lovehoney, our choice is Thrings.

Neal Slateford, Co-founder, Lovehoney