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Retail and Fashion

We have a strong track record of advising retailers and fashion designers across the range of commercial, corporate, property and dispute resolution matters and helping to grow, protect and re-gear their businesses in an ever changing economic climate.

We work with high street stores, online retailers, luxury brands as well as fashion start-ups and help these businesses respond to current challenges such as what a multichannel strategy might mean for a business, not least around data protection issues, employment considerations and property portfolio management.

A significant focus of our retail practice is on property acquisition and estate management considerations, and we are working with a number of our clients to realise a concerted growth strategy.  We also advise across the full range of contentious issues that retailers and fashion businesses encounter.

Legal 500 commentary

The firm’s Retail Property practice is recommended in the most recent edition of leading directory The Legal 500.

Recent work

  • We are the principal legal adviser for a luxury retail brand, advising across the range of both its property and commercial matters
  • We are the principal property advisers for womens wear retailer, Yours Clothing, with a portfolio of 80+ shops which it is actively adding to.
  • We advise Blue Inc. on a range of corporate and commercial matters
  • We advise one of the UK’s leading animal welfare charities on property issues across its retail outlet portfolio

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