Ed Jaffa is an Associate Solicitor in the Corporate and Commercial team, based in the Bristol office. Ed is a commercial specialist and well-known for his technical knowledge and dynamic approach. Qualified for over 3 years after training with a well-regarded national firm, Ed brings a wealth of experience in all aspects of commercial matters including contracts, data protection, GDPR and intellectual property.
In recent years, Ed has gained valuable experience assisting in-house legal teams for a range of companies including a luxury yacht manufacturer, a world-renowned theatre company, national haulage company, global fast-food outlet, national vet practice and helicopter services company.
Ed works with ambitious, growing, owner-managed SMEs and provides both tactical and strategic advice. Clients appreciate Ed’s ability to provide practical, business-focused and easy to understand advice. He helps clients to achieve their objectives, fix issues and avoid potential future pitfalls.
Examples of work Ed specialises in:
- Supporting clients as part of their ‘external in-house legal team’
- Assisting a new cryptocurrency platform – advice about their get-up and legal compliance
- Negotiation strategy and unlocking stalled deals
- Paraplanner new business set up
- Assisting a financial analyst lifestyle business
- Advertising & consumer rights
- Digital business contracts such as subscription, advertising & marketing agreements
- Complex distribution agreements
- Regulatory matters
- Agency law
- Bespoke complex contractual arrangements
- Assisting with the commercial contract diligence in corporate M&As
“Not only is Ed absolutely delightful, but he has been so professional, responsive and easy to communicate up with. He has kept me informed all the way along and gently chased me when necessary. I feel confident that he’s done a really thorough job. ”
“Your work here has been fantastic, I appreciate the swift responses to the questions raised at various times and your reassurance has made the process much easier, from a legal standpoint, than I would have hoped.”