The New Zealand economy is built on entrepreneurial New Zealanders starting businesses – our team of start up lawyers can help your new business be a success by guiding you through New Zealand business law. Business law can be complex, so we focus on helping you understand the important parts for you, your business, your industry and your businesses stage of development so that you can be empowered to make the right decisions for your business.
From advice on the best structure for your business through to organising your company incorporation, our team can help you understand the required licences and consents required to run your particular business – and what laws you need to abide by. We can help you understand your legal obligations and liabilities as a business owner, and how to best protect your invest and other assets.
As contract law experts, we can help you set up all the required documentation you need – terms of trade and credit application forms, shareholder agreements & company constitutions, etc.
Our business lawyers have a solid and practical understanding of business law, and can advise when you need more specialist advice or assistance from our commercial leasing law, employment law and debt collection teams.
Our start up lawyers work with new businesses every day, helping them to grow and succeed. We focus on being a valuable partner in your business’ growth and development – and believe we’re succeeding when you’re succeeding.
Talk to our startup lawyers today to get help with:
- Deciding on the best structure for your new business
- Start up finance (we can even put you in touch with great business bankers)
- Protecting your assets and investment
- Contract Law
- Registering your Business Name & Company Incorporations
- Commercial Leases (Reviewing & Negotiating)
- Commercial Property Purchases
- Employment Law – including employment contracts, policies etc
- Intellectual Property
- Understanding New Zealand business laws relevant to your business – and what they mean for you and your business
- Shareholder Agreements