Solicitors & Lawyers for Entrepreneurs
Cubism Law offers expert advice and assistance on all aspects of business law. This is particularly relevant to entrepreneurs who are planning the structure or development of their business. Our advice is invaluable in the business planning phase, early stages of trading, where a business is growing rapidly, where it is being consolidated, or at a stage where succession planning or developing an exit strategy is relevant.
We act for a wide range of individual clients including:
- Individual investors
- Business angels
- Limited liability partnerships (LLPs)
- Family offices
- Management teams
- Small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs)
Cubism Law takes a highly commercial approach and we offer clients advice on the most practical and cost effective methods of achieving their objectives.
Areas Of Expertise for Entrepreneurs
We provide a comprehensive range of services to startups and entrepreneurs, from supporting the initial idea to growth through the entire life cycle of the company. We advise and assist on the numerous business issues that entrepreneurs can be faced with, from company formation, funding, employment, premises and exit strategies. Whilst offering a full service, we regularly act as an out-sourced legal counsel to companies. Our areas of expertise are in the following areas:
- Company law
- Corporate governance
- Intellectual property
- Corporate tax
- Formations of limited liability entities (including limited liability companies and limited liability partnerships LLPs)
- Partnership and shareholding agreements
- Manufacturing and supply contracts
- Structuring external investment and financing arrangements for companies
- Acquisitions and disposals of trading businesses and advice on their ownership structures
- Commercial contracts
- Distribution and agency agreements
- Data protection
Camden Town Brewery
Cubism Law were approached by Camden Town Brewery to assist with the group restructuring for. The company was planning on growing and was looking to raise investment, through crowd funding, for a new brewery. Cubism Law and David Salamons advised and prepared new shareholders agreements for the group to make provision for the anticipated future investment and growth.
We also worked with Camden Town Brewery to draft the company’s constitution to make provision for any number of unknown future members, many of whom were not sophisticated or experienced investors, but fans of the Camden Beers or the brand. It required a fine balance to be made between the interests of the company and protecting the interests of any the public investors , whilst still promoting the long term growth of the business.