Leisure & Hospitality
GL Law provides commercially savvy advice to businesses in the Food, Drink and Leisure sector all over the UK. From alcohol and premises licensing to branding and intellectual property, we have in-depth knowledge of the challenges facing the industry – and how to overcome them.
How can we help?
Legal Advice for the Leisure & Hospitality Sector
Our team of specialist Leisure & Hospitality solicitors are known for their knowledge, professionalism and ability to solve the most complex issues.
We regularly act for clients such as:
- Catering suppliers
- Festival and event organisers
- Food and drink producers
- Golf clubs
- Nightclub owners
- Pub operators
- Restaurant and café owners
Our clients benefit from our connections, networks and in-depth industry knowledge. We are proud to be the official legal partner of BARBIE (Bristol Association of Restaurants, Bars and Independent Establishment) and privileged to have forged close links and relationships with key members of the local food, drink and leisure community.
Specialist legal advice for the Leisure & Hospitality sector
The team’s services include a complimentary industry specific review, which establishes your legal and regulatory needs and enables our team to expertly advise and guide you. This includes a wraparound assessment of commercial and corporate contracts, employment contracts, licensing needs, IT issues, brand protection, and any property requirements.
Collaboration & innovation at GL Law
We are committed to maintaining the values and vision which define what we stand for as a firm. Stand-out client service is at the heart of this and working collaboratively is key. All our teams work together to build on the strengths, culture and characteristics that make us commercially successful, and distinguish us in the marketplace. This combination of expertise and experience enable us to provide clients with high quality legal guidance, exceptional service and forward-thinking advice that results in a positive outcome.
As a firm, we constantly look to innovate and find new ways of providing legal services to our clients, from fee structures and packages to digital onboarding and client service. In response to the challenges many of our clients have faced during Covid, we relaunched our In-House Lawyer service which has been well received by SMEs in the food, drink & leisure industry. In-House Lawyer is a flexible business support and legal advice subscription, which helps organisations manage their legal risk while staying in control of fees.
Contact our specialist Leisure & Hospitality solicitors
If you would like to discuss a matter with our Leisure & Hospitality team please call 0117 906 9400 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Leisure & Hospitality Solicitors
Head of Regulatory and Licensing
Director of Corporate & Commercial
Director of Commercial Property
Director of Dispute Resolution
Director; Head of Employment & Business Support
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