Our commercial law team provides comprehensive advice and representation
on all legal matters relating to dental law.
By expertly managing the legal aspects of the dental practice, our clients have the confidence that they are fully compliant with their regulatory duties and responsibilities.
However, our services extend beyond providing regulatory compliance advice.
We also assist dental practices with:
- Buying and selling a dental practice
- GDS (general dental services) contracts and PDS (personal dental services)
- Employment law matters
- Corporate finance – all aspects of and the securities for investments and
- Funding arrangements
- Drafting and negotiating supplier contracts
- Terms and conditions
- Commercial property matters
- Partnership or shareholder agreements
- Partnership or shareholder disputes
- Defending dental negligence claims
Our legal advice on the buying and selling of dental practices is in-depth, pragmatic, and up-to-date.
Our team will ensure that correct due diligence is undertaken at every stage of the process. We can also advise on the transferring of GDS and PDS contracts and Care Quality Commission (CQC) registration.
Our understanding of the industry extends to advising dental practitioners of
their obligations under the Minamata Treaty of 2013.
This includes a restriction, from 1 July 2018, on the use of amalgam in children under 15 years of age, and in pregnant and breastfeeding women, unless deemed strictly necessary by the practitioner on the grounds of medical needs of the patient.
We partner with dental practices, becoming a part of their business to provide practical advice and representation over the long-term.
In addition to providing advice and representation, our solicitors have built relationships with many London based estate agents, accountants, financial advisors and lenders. This allows us to collaborate with other professionals to provide you with a complete legal service.
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