As your partners in progress, you can trust us to put operational best practices in place, structuring your business so that it becomes armoured against risk. Having the start-up lawyers at Motion Paradox in your corner gives you an added level of confidence that can allow you to more easily achieve your company’s long term aims and vision.
At Motion Paradox, we take a holistic approach to legal and business consulting. We immerse ourselves into your business to help it succeed. With comprehensive insight into the unique challenges and aspirations of our clients, coupled with years of experience, we can offer unparalleled service and sound advice.
Drafting is an art and every contract is unique, even if an initial template may be the same. Which is why it pays in the long term to have an expert team like Motion Paradox behind you.
We offer practical solutions, actionable steps, creative problem-solving, and valuable insights all in alignment with your company’s core values and culture.
The Motion Paradox team can help you audit your human resources procedures to identify and remedy any perils and pitfalls.
At some point, you may decide to raise capital, sell a stake in your business or even sell the business as a whole. Any purchaser will no doubt have a lot of questions, and their lawyers will too. Will you be prepared to answer them? This is where due diligence comes in and the expert start-up lawyers at Motion Paradox can help.
The Motion Paradox team can help analyse your business risks, identify the areas where exposure is high and make recommendations of how to better reduce those risks. Insurance is one way to mitigate risk.
Corporate governance and company secretarial work may not sound like the most glamorous or exciting undertaking, but both are essential in order to comply with requirements set by Companies House and HMRC.
Intellectual property, as much as tangible property, has a value, and often a very high one. Only if it is adequately protected in all jurisdictions where it is to be used, does intellectual property fully realise its value.
The nature of business is increasingly global and transcends borders. Local regulatory requirements and business customs and practices, however, generally do not. This is where Motion Paradox can help.
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