Managing contracts can be challenging for any business. Businesses should therefore always ensure that they document their commercial relationship with customers, suppliers, agents, or employees at the outset of their relationship. They should also keep their agreements up to date and consider whether standard terms need to be updated and varied periodically to ensure that they are as comprehensive as possible.

At Birch Law we can help with all kinds of commercial agreements. We can assist with everything from standard terms and conditions to supply agreements and everything in between. We have experience dealing with both national and international companies in various sectors such as logistics, telecommunications, utilities, and manufacturing. Our clients include small starts that might deal with local suppliers to international companies dealing with suppliers all over the world. As such we can deal with both national agreements and agreements that cross multiple jurisdictions.

We can assist you in the following areas:

If you would like to discuss any of our services with us, feel free to contact us using the form below or give us a call at 0161 669 4621 for a free no obligation chat. We look forward to assisting you with your legal concerns.



If you would like any further information or need advice about any dispute, please get in touch with us today. You can contact us today on 0161 669 4621 or by email on for a free no obligation chat.

It is important to have commercial agreements in place to protect your business interests and to avoid issues in the future. Documents such as terms of business and commercial contracts record the terms of your agreement and protect your interests whilst at the same time reducing the chance of future disputes. They provide certainty and, providing that they are suitability drafted, should cover all possible eventualities.

Contract law is constantly evolving so it is essential to ensure that your written agreements are reviewed regularly and kept up to date to help you control and manage risk. We are happy to review your existing commercial contracts for free and will advise you whether we feel they need to be updated or not.

When dealing with a contract dispute the starting point is always the contract. Sometimes this might involve reviewing a written contract but, in some instances, (where no written contract exists) it might involve reviewing other material such as text messages or emails to determine the terms of the contract. Once you have reviewed the contract you would then need to determine whether the terms, express or implied, have been breached. Once you have established that there has been a breach it is then important to carefully consider next steps including your commercial and legal objectives.

At Birch Law our commercial lawyers understand the importance of assisting clients achieve their commercial goals. We provide practical commercial advice tailored to our client’s specific requirements. Our specialist team of commercial solicitors work on both non-contentious and contentious matters and are therefore in the unique position to provide sound legal advice and ensure that your commercial documents stand up to legal scrutiny. Should you require any sort of commercial advice or assistance please feel free to contact our specialist commercial solicitors on 0161 669 4621 or by email on

Examples of the kind of commercial contracts that we advise on are as follows:

  • Agency contracts.
  • Confidentiality and Non-Disclosure agreements.
  • Consumer contracts.
  • Distribution contracts.
  • E-commerce contracts.
  • Franchise contracts.
  • General commercial contracts.
  • Outsourcing contracts.
  • Supply of goods and service contracts.
  • Standard terms and conditions of sale and purchase contracts.
  • Licensing Agreements.
  • Joint Venture Agreements.
  • Construction and Engineering Contracts.

Whichever funding route you choose, you can rest assure that our experienced solicitors will always do their utmost to keep costs as low as possible. If you would like to discuss any of our services with us, feel free to contact us using the form below or give us a call at 0161 669 4621 for a free no obligation chat.




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Meet with one of our advisors on MS Teams, Zoom, by telephone or in person. They will find out about your legal needs and discuss how best we can help you. We will set out your options and provide transparent costs information so you can make an informed decision as to how you want to proceed.



Once we have agreed on the correct course of action for you, we will then implement and execute your instructions.