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Company and Commercial Law

From the start of a new idea to winding up and for all the predictable and unpredictable situations in between that a dynamic business will face, it is vital to have reliable legal advice to hand for your business when needed.

At John A. Sinnott & Co. Solicitors, we take a strategic approach in advising business owners.  We will discuss your business goals and provide advice for the issue at hand with those goals in mind.  We want your business to be as successful as it can be and so will partner with you to help navigate the inevitable twists and turns.

We act for retailers, professional practices and private and public companies across a broad range of industry sectors, across Wexford, Dublin and nationally.

Services provided include:

  • Company Formation – is sole trader, partnership or company status best for you?
  • Insolvency
  • Dissolution and Sale
  • Shareholders Agreements
  • Asset and Goodwill Purchase/Sale
  • Partnership Agreements and Dissolution
  • Mergers and Acquisitions
  • Purchase of Land and Buildings by Share Transfer
  • Leasing
  • Health and Safety
  • Licensed Premises Purchase, Sale and Leasing
  • Adjoining Premises Purchase
  • Business Franchise Agreements
  • Employment Issues
  • Bank Security and Loans
  • Debt collection

We provide a practical business approach to the situation affecting your business whether it’s a start-up, purchase, sale, restructure or an unforeseen circumstance.  We are there for you throughout the lifetime of your business.

Contact us to discuss your business.  

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