Sole Trader, Small & Medium Size Business
The Small and Medium size business (SME’s) team at Three Lions Chambers is dedicated to finding effective solutions for our clients. We understand the needs of individuals and businesses for clear, commercial and practical advice in an environment of ever changing and increasing legislation while also providing legal protection for sole traders, directors, small and medium size businesses.

We know that most people do not have the time to put in place and or check the documents that they are already using protect them and the business they are trying to build or have built, we offer a unique document audit service amongst services.
Areas of work include
  • Business restructure/re-organisation
  • Acquisitions and merges
  • Shareholders Agreements
  • PSC register
  • Articles of Association
  • Special/Ordinary Resolutions
  • Company Secretary duties & responsibilities
  • Commercial and other contracts
  • Tenders/Expression of Interest
  • Corporate Governance
  • Company Policies including (but not limited to) Corporate Social Responsibility, Health and Safety, Anti-Bribery Code of Conduct, Fraud Prevention, Information Security, Data Protection, ICT, Social Media, Safeguarding, Equality & Diversity, Whistleblowing, Discipline and Grievance, Flexible Working, Recruitment, Sickness and Absence
  • Company/Employee Handbook
  • Employment Contracts
  • Directors Service Contracts
  • All HR related issues including Employment Tribunals, Settlement Agreements, Changing terms of employment, Redundancy, TUPE, Staff Vetting, etc.
  • Confidentiality Agreements/Non-Disclosure Agreements/Non-Circumvention Agreements
  • Mediation
  • Negotiation
  • Service Level Agreements
  • Disclaimers
  • Commercial Leases including Dilapidations, Deed of Variation, Schedule of Condition
  • Licence Agreements
  • Dispute Resolution
  • Risk Management (ISO31000)
  • Sub-Contracting

Quotes on Law in Our Society

At his best, man is the noblest of all animals; separated from law and justice he is the worst. — Aristotle