Our client sources nuts and seeds from around the world and is one of the leading UK-based nuts and seeds processors.
Thomson Snell & Passmore has recently advised a seller on the sale of his mobile phone retail business.
Advice on Intellectual Property licensing issues related to insolvency
Our US-based client has substantial farming operations in California, Texas and Florida. Our client had identified an opportunity to work with a UK grower to produce celery in both the UK and Spain.
Our client works with many plant breeders to maximise the commercial exploitation of their plant variety rights, exploring opportunities with, and granting sub-licences to, many overseas fruit and vegetable growers.
Our client operates a flying school and we were engaged to prepare the terms and conditions that would apply to hands-on flying lessons and, for experienced flyers, the hire of rotary-wing aircraft.
Our client owns and operates 15 care homes throughout Kent and the South East and required us to prepare new terms and conditions of residence for its 3000 care home residents.
We acted for an events management company and prepared their standard terms and conditions.
Our client is a direct marketing and digital agency that specialises in e-bulletins.
Our client supplies and installs air and water valves. Our client had existing terms and conditions but had encountered difficulties with enforcing the retention of title provisions.
Our client sells plant-based products online to both consumers and other businesses.
Our client had been commissioned by a well-known high street bank to develop software to manage the bank’s employee pension benefits and, following the development, to maintain and support that software.
Our client owned commercial units which, during the economic downturn, had remained unlet for a significant period of time. Therefore, our client looked at new ways in which the commercial properties might be used to generate income and offering warehouse space for self-storage to other businesses was an attractive solution.
Our client supplies plant-based products and, working in collaboration with a research group at a University, our client was looking to develop new products for commercial exploitation.