What legal issues should I consider when starting a business?

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From that Eureka moment of conception, through to engaging consultants to develop your idea, hiring your first employee and marching on to exit, workplace related legal issues are likely to affect and influence your business decisions at every stage.

To download the  PDF  "Workplace issues for Startups: five key development stages" click here

To download the  PDF   "Startup toolkit" click here

Doyle Clayton - What can we bring to the table?

Doyle Clayton opened for business in 1997 as a boutique employment law firm and our founding partners are still here and are as entrepreneurial now as they were then, so we understand the lean and versatile mentality that new and emerging businesses must adopt.

Over time Doyle Clayton has evolved into a specialist workplace law practice with heaps of experience advising on all things work related and has been providing legal advice to startups since 1997.

We have combined that understanding with our in-depth legal expertise to create a tailored package of workplace and employment law related advice and documents for Startups.

Our lawyers advise companies across a wide range of industries, from tech disruptors to the more traditional, from fledgling Startups to mammoth multi-nationals, and we understand companies' needs at each stage in their development. So whatever legal issues you face in the workplace, we can help.

When you turn to us for advice you have the call of twelve partners and a team of over thirty workplace specialists drawn principally from leading City and national firms. The team operates from four offices; three in London (City, Mayfair and Canary Wharf) and one in the Thames Valley (Reading).

We are established as leaders in the field of employment law but increasingly we are being recognised for our expertise in other specialisms which relate to the workplace. This has included the development of our highly regarded practices in Business Immigration, Health and Safety, HR and Pensions.

Our Business Partner philosophy

Legal costs are the last thing any cash strapped Startup wants to spend money on. We understand this. It's not rocket science to get that the more money you have to invest in your company, the more likely it will be successful and the more business we will be able to work on together in the long run. So our Business Partner philosophy is simple, to help you protect and grow your business at a low cost and be part of your viable Startup business plan.

To do this most effectively, our tailored package for Startups includes a free consultation, free and fixed fee documents, clear and easy to understand advice and an explanation of what we do step by step, so that you can do a lot of the work yourself the next time and keep costs down.

Sound good? Then for more details about our Startup offering download the Startup toolkit below, complete the "Get In Touch"form or call Declan, his details are below. 

To download the PDF "Workplace issues for Startups: five key development stages" click here

To download the PDF "Startup toolkit" click here

Declan Bradley

Telephone 0207 329 9090

email: dbradley@doyleclayton.co.uk