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High quality law firm in London today? Kush is the firm’s Compliance Officer for Legal Practice (COLP) and Compliance Officer for Finance and Administration (COFA). He believes in delivering a top quality client experience and putting clients’ interests above all. These beliefs have shaped the ethos and culture of Birdi & Co Solicitors, hence our tagline “A Client-Centred Law Firm”. Find extra info on Birdi Law. An essential component of our business is being open, honest, and accountable with our clients, and operating at the highest professional standards.

Our unique selling point is that we understand what clients want from their lawyers. We will manage your transaction proactively, with careful attention to detail while never losing sight of the bigger picture. While working with us you will have access to our strong network of other professionals such as accountants, independent financial advisers and bankers. Management Buy-Out and Buy-In transactions often arise out of shareholder or board disputes but can also have a friendly and informal nature.

We can guide you through matters including : Advising on the best way to structure your transaction from a legal perspective. We will work with your other advisors, such as accountants, to ensure that the deal structure works from other perspectives (such as tax). Drafting the necessary specialist legal documentation and ensuring you are receiving specialist advice in a cost-efficient way. Project managing your transaction, to make sure that all relevant tasks are completed properly and allowing you to focus on day-to-day business matters in the knowledge that your advisers are protecting your interests. Read extra details at

A failure to comply with FSMA is a criminal offence and could result in any earnings you make being treated as the proceeds of a crime under the money laundering regulations. Notwithstanding this serious point, ensuring that you comply with FSMA will verify and increase your credibility and professionalism from your investor’s perspective. Not doing so could have the opposite effect. We are well-versed in advising and project managing matters involving: Pre-Seed (including family and friends) and Seed (including angel investment) Funding; Term Sheets and Cap Tables; Founders’ and Investment Agreements (including negotiation of warranties and indemnities); Bespoke Articles of Association to comply with EIS/SEIS legislation if applicable; Share Options (including sweat equity options); Loan Note Instruments and Finance Documentation; Company Secretarial tasks.

As your legal advisors, we will discuss the legal merits and a costs-benefit analysis of your case. We will also advise on how we think the dispute can be settled, including tactical moves to put pressure on your opponent to settle the dispute. So, how can you try to resolve a dispute outside of the courts? Well, here are some popular methods: Negotiation – trying to agree terms of settlement with your opponent by way of “off the record” correspondence and contractual negotiations. Mediation – a neutral third party is brought in to facilitate a settlement at a meeting or series or meetings. Expert Determination – the parties agree to be bound by the opinion of a chosen professional expert.