O’Connors, a Legal 500 ranked firm of business lawyers and advisers with a national reputation for its work supporting legal businesses, in particular law firms, barristers’ chambers & entities and claims management companies.
Our unique blend of corporate, commercial, insurance and regulatory advice and unmatched sector knowledge delivers strategic support, clear thinking and ground-breaking solutions that help legal businesses to manage risk and seize opportunities in the rapidly changing legal landscape.
The firm is known for being supportive collaborators and works alongside many of the leading professionals and experts supporting the legal sector.
O’Connors has been a long-standing associate member of Legal Futures.
Alternative business structures (ABS) | Business structuring | Corporate governance and directors’ duties | Employee ownership trusts (EOT) | Funding | Incorporation | Initial Public Offerings (IPOs) | Joint ventures | LLP agreements | Management buy-ins (MBIs) | Management buy-outs (MBOs) | Mergers, acquisitions and disposals | Partnership agreements | Private equity investment | Shareholder agreements | Start-ups | Succession planning |
Confidentiality or non-disclosure agreements (NDAs) | Contracts with clients, suppliers, service providers, introducers, litigation funders and insurers | Contractual joint ventures | Cyber security | E-commerce | Information technology (IT) and software contracts (including licensing, support and maintenance) and software as a service (SAAS) contracts | Public procurement |
Captives and other alternative risk transfer (ART) vehicles | Cyber security | Drafting insurance provisions for client projects and transactions | Insurance placement support including D&O, cyber, tax liability, warranty and indemnity and environmental liability | Professional indemnity claims support |
Data protection | Legal and financial services regulation and its implications for solicitors, barristers, legal executives, patent and trade-mark attorneys, licensed conveyancers, costs lawyers, notaries, claims management companies and accountants | Regulatory due diligence for projects and transactions | Regulatory investigations |
To arrange a confidential virtual coffee at Café O’Connors, please contact our
Liverpool office (0151 906 1000) or our London office (0207 052 5107)
Mark O’Connor (email@example.com),
Nigel Wallis (firstname.lastname@example.org),
Joshua Bates (email@example.com),
David Malone (firstname.lastname@example.org),
Craig Geraghty (email@example.com)
Natasha Lackner (firstname.lastname@example.org)