Our expert corporate & commercial lawyers can help you with all aspects of establishing and developing your business, no matter the size your organisation.

With many years of experience we provide legal advice backed by solid understanding of the commercial world, to make sure your business is sensibly protected and you are able to benefit fully from it.

Whether you are looking to start a new venture, restructuring an existing business or need to protect your intellectual property, we will work closely with you to understand your business objectives and provide tailored corporate legal advice.

We act for clients both nationally and internationally and work to fees agreed with you in advance, so you will always know you are receiving a cost-efficient service.

Our corporate & commercial legal services

We offer a complete range of business law services, including advice on:

  • incorporation
  • acquisitions and disposals
  • buy-outs/buy-ins and restructuring
  • joint ventures and collaboration
  • equity funding 
  • secured lending
  • shareholder agreements
  • corporate governance
  • regulation and compliance
  • terms of trade
  • intellectual property law
  • IT law agreements
  • company secretarial services


We look to build long-term relationships with our clients, taking care of the legal side of things and letting you get on with running your business.

What our clients say

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What our clients say

"Nothing but excellent results from working with Stone King. It is extremely supportive, sensitive, and sensible."


What our clients say

"Advice is always timely and clear, and the guidance and support provided are appreciated."

What our clients say

"Clients praise the firm's depth of understanding of corporate and charity law."

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