Commercial Legal Services

O’Donnell Solicitors provides expert commercial legal advice to businesses and private individuals, rivalling the advice provided by city firms. A wealth of experience enables O’Donnell Solicitors to advise holistically on all aspects of your case, providing you and your business with the very best advice to enable sound commercial decisions to be made.

If you would like to speak to someone in our Commercial Department, please contact our Office on 01457 761 320 or email James O’Donnell, Director and head of our Commercial Department at [email protected]

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  • Top Tips When Buying a New Build Property

    Choosing to buy a new build property has many benefits over buying an older house. These usually include not having to undertake or budget for renovation or improvement works and being the first people to live in the property. However, buying a new build home can also come with its complexities… Know what you’re buying… Read More

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  • O’Donnell Solicitors Advises Swans Travel Ltd in its Acquisition of Travelmaster (Mcr) Limited

    We are pleased to have advised Manchester based coach and chauffeur operator Swans Travel Limited on its acquisition of Travelmaster (Mcr) Limited – a luxury coach and minibus business based at Carrington, South Manchester. Travelmaster operates 20 modern vehicles on corporate travel, private hire, and aircrew transfers at Manchester Airport. The acquisition creates a combined… Read More

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  • Three Key Ways to Protect your Wealth

    Throughout the early stages of your career, the focus is often on building – finding your feet in a career, working your way up and accumulating wealth and assets along the way. During these years, there often isn’t the necessity to look at ways to protect wealth and as such, it’s common to put off… Read More

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  • Restrictive Covenants in the Spotlight Following Supreme Court Ruling

    Suzzanne Gardener, employment law solicitor

    A recent case in the Supreme Court has brought the use and content of restrictive covenants by employers into the spotlight. The case, which concerned recruitment firm Egon Zehnder and former employee Mary-Caroline Tillman, found that restrictive covenants preventing an employee from being “concerned or interested” in a competitor for six months after they leave… Read More

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