Manufacturing and Supply Chain
Political and economic fluctuations, the rise in cross-border trade, and ongoing technological advances, mean that businesses operating an international supply chain cannot afford to be static.
But with these shifts, unique advantages can arise. At Fieldfisher, our advisers help clients navigate cross-border issues and maximise potential business opportunities.
Why choose our Manufacturing and Supply Chain lawyers?
Our team provides extensive advice across a range of areas including manufacturing, distribution, supply, agency and consumer protection. We also advise on merchandising, competition, regulatory, technology and corporate.
Our lawyers are responsive and pragmatic, working alongside our clients to see them through. We take the time to understand the business and its objectives to give a truly outstanding service.
Notable deals and highlights:
- Advising a UK furniture designer on a global trade mark and manufacturing licence which will see the creation and distribution of a range of high-end modular furniture.
- Advising a UK retailer on a trade mark and manufacturing licence which will see the creation of a fragrance and its distribution throughout the EU.
- Advising a food and beverage brand on a trade mark and manufacturing licence which will see the creation of a range of branded products and their sale in UK supermarkets.
- Advising a Danish designer on the creation of a safety over-shoe product for the construction industry and the grant of a manufacturing licence and distribution rights to a partner in the Far East.