"Most helpful in dealing with a range of delicate issues that encompass different cultures and legal systems."Chairman, Vantix Diagnostics
At a glance
Unlike some other law firms which treat ‘corporate and commercial’ as the same offering, at Memery Crystal we have a dedicated commercial team applying bespoke commercial contracts expertise.
Why? It’s because we believe that in order to provide the best advice, you have to provide tailored advice, drawing on appropriate technical knowledge. That means taking the time to understand your clients’ businesses so you don’t give them a solution, you give them the right solution. We’ve found that only a dedicated commercial team can achieve that in this area of work.
With every client we think about the key commercial objectives, ranging from risk management to profit maximisation. These are kept at the forefront of our minds when we’re drafting, negotiating and interpreting your contracts, focusing at all times on what you want to achieve commercially and operationally.
We take this approach for domestic and international clients across various sectors, including media & publishing, IT and technology, sport and financial services.
Acted for Mobile Streams Plc, a global on-line retailer of mobile content, on its admission to AIM and a placing which raised £28.1 million, as well as employment and commercial contracts matters.
Delivered strategic and contractual advice to an organisation providing ticketing and other services to an international sporting event.
Advised Bigballs Media Limited on all commercial contract and intellectual property work in their core business. In particular, we have negotiated key commercial contracts with YouTube and other digital media platforms, for example for our client’s Copa90 and other digital media channels.
Advised YOPA on a range of employment matters as a new player on the online estate agency market, including advising on its structuring of employee and contractor relationships. The team has also assisted YOPA to successfully fight off a threatened inducement of breach of contract claim from a major competitor for allegedly poaching key members of staff and using confidential information.