We had a brilliant evening at the Tramshed Tech for Cardiff University’s 2019 Start-up Awards.Read More
Our team had a great time at our start-up and entrepreneurship event #owningit last night.Read More
Last week (Thursday 11th October) saw the arrival of our eagerly anticipated business ownership event held in conjunction with Cardiff University.Read More
Darwin Gray has been shortlisted for Small Business Deal of the Year at the Insider Wales Dealmakers Awards 2018 in connection with their work on the sale of Queens Award-winning Monmouthshire company Siltbuster Limited to the Selwood Group.Read More
Reviewing your use of standard documentation and the policies and procedures that govern your business relationships can often give you the best chance of minimising the level of bad debt, as well as assisting you in the debt recovery process, should you need to take that step. The best course of action will vary from business to business and we would be happy to discuss your individual requirements and help put plans in place. The following are a few examples of what you could do:Read More
Like most businesses, you’ve probably worked hard to build up a database of your contacts, clients and suppliers.Read More
1. Review what personal data you collect, where it is held, who you share it with, and when it is deleted.Read More
EWIF would like to warmly welcome Stephen Thompson, who will be supported by Siobhan Williams and Tegen Quinn, from Darwin Gray Solicitors, Cardiff, as chair of the new EWIF SW & Wales Region.Read More
Mike Ashley, Sports Direct boss, has recently won a High Court battle against investment banker Jeffrey Blue over an alleged £15 million deal made in a pub.Read More
For some, tendering can be a formidable task. With so many issues and documents to take into consideration the process can seem overwhelming.
There are many other legal issues to take into account when tendering and also entering into contracts following a successful tender. We have set out below some of the key considerations.
1. Now the UK is leaving the EU, the GDPR will not apply.
False: the government has confirmed that the GDPR will be unaffected by BrexitRead More
The Court of Appeal ruled on 17 May 2017 that the four-finger shape KitKat bar cannot be trademarked.Read More
Leading commercial law firm Darwin Gray has been instrumental in setting up and establishing the first all-Wales weekly lottery.Read More
Leading Cardiff commercial law firm Darwin Gray has helped Wales’ biggest trampoline park, Go Air, spring to success.
The 25,000 sq ft trampoline park on the site of the former Britvic factory, recently launched after support from Darwin Gray’s specialist Corporate/Commercial and Property teams in leasing the premises from Brains Brewery.Read More
International popstar Kylie Minogue has recently been in a trademark dispute with ‘Keeping Up with the Kardashians’ star Kylie Jenner.Read More
Instagram can be a valuable tool for companies to market their products. Getting a celebrity to endorse a product on Instagram is much cheaper than organising an expensive photo shoot and it can reach significantly more people than traditional advertising.Read More
Our team has a vast range of experience in a variety of Corporate and Commercial matters, from franchising to Intellectual Property and from corporate reorganisations to shareholder agreements.
The team consists of two Partners: Stephen Thompson and Donald Gray; two associates: Gareth Wedge and Tegen Quinn and an Assistant Solicitor: Siobhan Williams.Read More
A recent Court of Appeal decision serves to warn shareholders (and corporate lawyers) of the importance of making it clear when shares are to be subject to pre-emption rights.Read More