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Hello, we’re Canopy Law!

Are you looking for David? He lives here.

If you are a business owner and you have a legal issue to do with the internal running of your company, then we can help. Canopy Law is an online law firm that is expert in company ownership law – e.g. selling or buying shares, partnership agreements between business partners, employment law, HR advice or giving shares to employees.

We are the David, amongst Goliaths of big corporate law.

Canopy Law is different to every other law firm:

1. Canopy Law is an online law firm. We do not have a glamorous office for you to visit. We are real people, we give real advice via email, phone, text and other modern means… but we don’t have a glass tower. You can meet us here.

2. We only do fixed prices. We don’t charge by the hour – in fact, we don’t even record time (because that would be cheating). You can find out why here.

3. We publish prices. Really. On our website. You can find them here.

Canopy Law was set up to break the mould that has shaped the way law firms have existed and dealt with their clients for the last 200 years. Canopy Law is designed around giving you great legal advice at a fair price.

Our lawyers qualified and practiced as solicitors in traditional commercial law firms… but they escaped. Canopy Law now offers their expertise via this website.

How do we do it?

We don’t charge by the hour. In fact, we don’t even record time (because that would be cheating). We give fixed fees for all our work, because we know that any successful business needs certainty in its overheads.

We will speak with you to find out about what is happening in your business and what you want to achieve. Then we will give you a fixed charge for the work that we will provide. No meter running. No clock watching. Just great legal advice at a price that is right for you.

What makes Canopy Law unique?

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This book explains in easy to understand language what a Shareholder Agreement does, the common clauses it contains and when it is best to put one in place.”